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Evil psychopath or Evil sociopath or what?

Is Daniel Plainview a sociopath?  Is he a psychopath? Or something else altogether?

Read this following article about the difference between the two.

Watch Jon Ronson, author of The Psychopath Test, recount his experiences writing the book.

"Paris Can Wait" is Eleanor Coppola's Celebration of Romance, Travel and the Finer Things for Women of a Certain Age

It’s easy to find a rom-com for teens. Ladies in your 20’s, you have your pick of television shows, Hallmark movies and music written about you. 428 more words


Hearts of Darkness

As long as the Outsiders are suffering, they won’t have a problem with any of it.

There is an assumption that this will be the turning point, the moment where they finally wake up, where they finally realize they’ve been had, that the guy conned them, rolled them, hustled them. 650 more words

Failed Critics Podcast: Episode 250 - The Human Cinematipede

After quite literally years of podcasting, and uncountable hours of work going into it – the Failed Critics Film Podcast has reached its 250th episode! We know it’s just three or four blokes who have gotten to know each other quite well over the past five years, talking about films, but we’re pretty proud of it and hope that you enjoy listening to our little show as much as we’ve enjoyed reaching this milestone. 303 more words


Hearts of Darkness Boxed Set

New Release!

Vampires, shifters, demons, witches and ghosts…
Ten delicious tales of paranormal romance just in time for Halloween. Get your calorie-free tricks or treats before this boxed set disappears. 84 more words

Paranormal Romance

Hearts of Darkness Comparative Essay

“On a gathering storm comes
a tall handsome man
In a dusty black coat with
a red right hand…”

Warm up with some evil via Nick Cave and the Bad Seed’s ‘Red Right Hand’.

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Porphyria's Lover by Robert Browning

Munch, The Storm, 1893 

PORPHYRIA’S LOVER  by Robert Browning

The rain set early in tonight,
The sullen wind was soon awake,
It tore the elm-tops down for spite, 984 more words