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SINGLE REVIEW: Catch That Train by David T. Dunn


David T. Dunn is a singer/songwriter in the Americana/blues genre who was born in Nashville but grew up in Atlanta. Although he only began playing guitar at twenty, over the years he has accumulated a songbook of over one hundred compositions. 247 more words

Faulkner Review

Blade II (2002)

Duration 1h 57m Rating (UK) 18 Source of story The first film, and the Marvel characters. Director Guillermo del Toro Writers/Script 256 more words

Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid

This is not a bad film. But it is calm, and it’s a step out for director Sam Peckinpah.

Rarely does he give it to you straight: his work has a bracing, subconscious effect — a pulse. 1,066 more words



(Check out my previous Sam Peckinpah film reviews here: Major Dundee, The Getaway)

Sam Peckinpah had an interesting career in Hollywood. He began as a writer and director for Television Western episodes before being commissioned to write his own 13-episode limited series. 1,170 more words


John, Kris, and Me

This is a story that tells of my one and only encounter with Kris Kristofferson. I was a kid of eighteen and he was a janitor. 1,444 more words


Heaven's Gate

Heaven’s Gate (1980) Written and directed by Michael Cimino Starring: Kris Kristofferson, Christopher Walken, John Hurt, Isabelle Huppert, Richard Masur, Sam Waterston, Jeff Bridges

A well-born Sheriff (Kristofferson) attempts to protect a community of immigrants from a dangerous syndicate of cattle barons. 870 more words


'I'm Mad as Hell and ... So Is Everybody Else'

Clinton, South Carolina, Wednesday, May 16, 2018, 10:22 a.m.

Sameness has become weird, which is unsustainable because if the weird becomes the same, it will cease to be the weird. 624 more words

Monte Dutton