So Matthew, how’d it go this year?
“Well, you know every Halloween is a good Halloween for me. For 364 days of the year, I look kind of weird in all honesty. 463 more words
Matthew Hopkins discussed the early Australian mines, mining processes and the stages opal goes through to get from mine to market. Matthew Hopkins is a partner in Hopkins Opal, a family mining, cutting, jewelry design, and wholesale distributor dealing in high quality Australian Opals. 1,324 more words
Over the course of the last few months, I’ve been increasingly horrified by all the accounts I’ve seen of mass drownings of migrants in the Mediterranean. 1,528 more words
In the lost mists of time, long before the advent of monotheist religions, man worshiped Mother Nature. Time passed, civilisations developed, and somewhere 4 000 years ago, the old veneration for Mother Nature – a most female deity – was replaced by the decidedly male God of the Hebrews, soon to become the equally male God of Christians and Muslims. 1,106 more words
On paper almost everything about Michael Reeve’s 1968 horror masterpiece, Witchfinder General, suggests a film that shouldn’t really work.
Taking the style of Hammer, melding it with the incoming violence of ‘The New Hollywood’, casting an American as a notorious British historical icon and filming on location in East Anglia smacks of a production gone awry before the camera even rolls, but somehow Reeves took this and constructed something that has entered the lexicon of popular culture. 536 more words