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The Handmaiden: Western Inspired Eastern Gothic

Park Chan-Wook is one of my favourite directors of all time. His bold, unflinching vision has captivated me ever since I saw Oldboy in an international film festival. 527 more words

Women In Horror

Mudbound: From Book to Screen

The Book

Mudbound is Hillary Jordan’s debut novel, published in 2008. It won the Bellwether Prize for fiction, an award founded by author Barbara Kingsolver to promote literature of social justice and responsibility. 1,057 more words


"The real killer is right here." -Hercule Poirot, Murder on the Orient Express

I finally got to watch Murder on the Orient Express, and it did not disappoint! First of all, That. Cast.! Name a more iconic movie cast… I’ll wait. 325 more words

Box Office

Books With Adaptation I've Seen And I'd Still Like to Read

Well that title is a mouth full.

In case it is making you squint your eyes, like it makes me do, I am going to be sharing books that have a movie or a tv adaptation that I would still like to read. 861 more words


Movies I Like as Much as (or More Than!) Their Books

I’m a notorious book snob and it’s no secret that most movies based on books disappoint and/or enrage me. I’m rarely excited about upcoming movie adaptations (example: … 1,343 more words

Life Of A Book Hoarder

Movies I Didn't Know Were Books

We all have that thing that we should have known but didn’t know until an embarrassing late time in our lives.  For one of my college roommates is was that Montana is a state in the US and not just a made up name for Miley’s alter ego on Hannah Montana. 590 more words

As Seen on TV

I like to be entertained early and often. Once I dated a guy who took me to the movies weekly. I did not have strong feelings for him, but I really did love the movies. 1,040 more words

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