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Can the depiction of violence in cinema ever be considered “moral”?

It is often said with smug and self-righteous contempt that certain violent films are “shocking for the sake of being shocking”. If one were to examine this “statement” thoughtfully and sincerely, one hopes, that the conclusion reached is disbelief in this clichéd if not dishonest statement. 3,844 more words

A Serbian Film

Cover Reveal and Excerpt for DARKNESS RISING

My latest book, DARKNESS RISING, is a blood-tingling revenge story with a supernatural twist. The novella releases as an eBook on Amazon and other online bookstores September 1st. 1,577 more words

Horror Fiction

FrightFest 2010 Diary: Day 3

First published by Little White Lies

Diary – Day 3, Saturday 28th August 

Cherry Tree Lane

You might know Cherry Tree Lane as the address where magical nanny… 2,293 more words

Kacey Barnfield in I Spit on Your Grave 2

Sadly, the only scene in which Kacey Barnfield features in the sequel to the remake of I Spit on Your Grave. It’s still a movie worth checking out if violent revenge thrillers are your thing though as it generally sticks to the same formula. 8 more words

Kacey Barnfield

Well this is embarrassing

This is my first update to this blog in over a year, and the last post I made was a silly one about bloody Sharknado. I couldn’t very well let my last words be dedicated to Sharknado now, could I? 1,127 more words

I Spit On Your Grave (1978)

To say Meir Zarchi’s I Spit On Your Grave is contentious is to point out the obvious. The late and great Roger Ebert called this 1978 picture a “vile bag of garbage” and noted that seeing it was one of the most “depressing experiences” of his entire life. 689 more words