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Jane Eyre: '...utter solitude and leafless repose...'

This is a fragment from the book Jane Eyre which is very dear to me and is very fitting for this time of the year, so I thought why not share it. 144 more words

Literature

Alice: Through The Looking Glass (movie)

The sequel to the live action version of Alice In Wonderland comes Through The Looking Glass, not to be confused with the novel of the same name… 688 more words

Movie Reviews

Crimson Peak (the film directed by Guillermo del Toro and The Official Movie Novelization by Nancy Holder)

Rotten Tomatoes: 71% (3.5 stars) My Rating: 4.5 stars

Goodreads Rating: 3.91 stars — My Rating: 4.5 stars

“Beware of Crimson Peak.”

Ominous, yes, but when you hear this from the horrifying ghost of your dead mother in the middle of the night as a child, this is infinitely more terrifying. 447 more words

Book Review

Review: Crimson Peak

I live in a town with no movie theater. We used to have one. Then everything went super duper digital, and the people running the tiny theater couldn’t afford the new equipment, and that was that. 694 more words

Review

Movie Review: Crimson Peak

Guillermo del Toro’s period romance turned horror tale turned stage drama is an interesting but odd film, whose mixture of genres results in a story that feels barebones but nonetheless offers incredible visuals and atmosphere thanks to its stunning architecture and disturbingly convincing special effects. 940 more words

Reviews

The 1st London East Asia Film Festival: Stoker

Stoker is the first English language film by Korean director Park Chan-Wook (Oldboy). The film, which merges horror and family drama, follows confused teenager India Stoker and fragile alcoholic mother Evie during the days following the death of India’s father. 473 more words

Film