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Film Review: 'The Frontier'

A woman on the run, a last-chance motel and a lonely stretch of desert highway set the stage for “The Frontier,” an appreciably moody but dramatically stilted crime drama that exudes a certain retro appeal before collapsing into a series of empty neo-noir poses. 645 more words


WTF Mega Oscars Special

 Hallo Readers,

Before considering the Oscars fashion faux pas, we must turn to the two former Foreign Secretaries, Jack Straw (Labour) and Malcolm Rifkind (Tory) who were caught, financially speaking, with their trousers round their ankles in a joint sting by Channel 4’s… 1,405 more words

Drugstore Cowboy (1989)

Gus Van Sant is one of those filmmakers I fall in love with every time I see a new movie of his. My entry point to Van Sant was Elephant and it took me a while (until last year actually) to get around to seeing his early stuff, anything pre-Good Will Hunting. 523 more words

Media Diet

So Bad It's Good: Bouncers, Mullets, and Tai Chi Collide in 'Road House'

Bad movies are not a simple matter. There are nearly as many categories of terrible movies as there are for great ones: there are films that are insultingly stupid ( 1,430 more words


Magic City S02E03 (Adapt or Die)

Lauren Evans (Taylor Blackwell) holding a bottle of Creed Angelique Incense.

This is the conversation which features the Creed perfume. Now discontinued, it was created in 1933 as part of the brand’s… 27 more words

Perfumes In Tv Shows

A Singer Must Die

I’m listening to fragments of Cohen’s life as set down in the Book of the Week on radio 4, ‘A Broken Hallelujah.’


As I’ve read biographies of Cohen before it doesn’t tell me too much that I didn’t know already, but what it does is to once again immerse me in the life and thoughts of the man.   477 more words

Friends And Family

Back in the Day: “Road House” (May ’89)

There are bad movies that try to be good, such as Showgirls and Plan 9 from Outer Space. And there are good movies that pose as bad, like… 527 more words