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The Last Sect (2006)

Journalist Sydney St. James is tasked to write a story that involves internet dating websites. One mysterious site called “Artemis” is on her agenda, and when she turns up for a scheduled interview Artemis’s boss Anna fascinates and unnerves her. 2,221 more words
Bargain Bin Rejects

Sunday at DallasCon – Jared, Jensen and Julian!

The hotel didn’t get any better on Sunday, but it was even harder to care when we had Jared and Jensen and Julian to entertain us, not to mention Rob and Rich. 2,441 more words


Supernatural Vancon 2016 – Friday and Saturday

I wrote an article on this year’s Vancouver Supernatural convention for MovieTVTechGeeks that you can check out over there (link at the end), but wanted to add my own more personal moments (and the 5,298 photos I couldn’t include in that article…). 2,451 more words

Misha Collins

Time traveling thriller ‘Prisoner X’ on UK DVD in October

Metrodome Distribution will release the Julian Richings starring time traveling film PRISONER X. The film follows a woman who sent to uncover the truth from a time traveling terrorist. 153 more words

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The witch

Another review by theroadtomadness.wordpress.com

An insane, anguishing  and terrific witch story. Great characters and better actors. Good example of what musical effects in a movie can do. 64 more words

Review - The Witch

The Witch, directed by Robert Eggers, is a film with a distressing atmosphere. Under the fearful and unbending love of God, this is a film that unsettles with its simpler times; sounds that unease you, scenes that disturb you, and a seemingly inevitable downfall of all, makes this a film that controls your every moment of watching it. 1,160 more words


The Witch (2015)

Director: Robert Eggers
Writers: Robert Eggers
Starring: Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Ineson, Kate Dickie, Harvey Scrimshaw, Julian Richings

New England in 1630 was a magical place, it was inhabited by Game of Thrones actors speaking in a Shakespeareish dialect, it had villages which still exiled people and dark woods that obviously contain witches. 352 more words