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Not All Parts Stitch Together

by Ben Stahl

Victor Frankenstein

Directed by Paul McGuigan

Starring Daniel Radcliffe, James McAvoy, Jessica Brown Findlay and Andrew Scott

Mary Shelley’s classic 1818 novel… 1,521 more words

Film Review

The 'X-Men: Apocalypse' Super Bowl Commercial Finally Highlights Psylocke's Talents

The Super Bowl TV spot for X-Men: Apocalypse has arrived, and it’s making us psyched to see Psylocke and her psychic knife powers. It’s been quite the weekend for the character; earlier this weekend, Olivia Munn tweeted this new picture of herself as Psylocke, with the hint of a psychic knife on her forearm sparking fan anticipation: 217 more words


What The New X-Men Theater Standee Doesn't Show Us

Following up from the very successful X-Men: Days of Future Past, director Bryan Singer is set to deliver the next epic mutant battle, X-Men: Apocalypse. First, 20th Century Fox released a few not well received, Ivan Ooze-like, photos of Apocalypse. 384 more words


'Becoming Jane' reactions

If you haven’t seen the movie, here’s the trailer:

A friend of mine – let’s call her MovieLover – watched Becoming Jane and sent me these messages: 17 more words


Celeb Crushes: J ❤

This PSA is brought to you by the letter J and my inability to effectively narrow down a list of Hollywood hotties. Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, so I’m supposed to be all gushy, chatting about loooove and whatnot, right? 934 more words


Prehistoric Caves May Contain Oldest Paintings of Volcanic Eruptions (Hyperallergic)

by Claire Voon on January 25, 2016 original article here.

Since its discovery in 1994, the Chauvet-Pont d’Arc cave in southern France has been a rich site for researchers to study prehistoric art, featuring early paintings of both animals and humans on its walls. 415 more words

Art History News

Embankment Nabs Wim Wenders' 'Submergence' With Alicia Vikander, James McAvoy

U.K. sales banner Embankment has acquired Wim Wenders’ “Submergence,” an epic love story with Oscar-nominated Alicia Vikander (“The Danish Girl”) and James McAvoy (“X-Men”) in the run up to Berlin Film Festival. 302 more words