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Poetry: Four Poems by Nancy Allen

End of Days

 
The campfire casts shadows of those drawn near. It feels
intimate, safe, but anyone from a high enough vantage

can see it for miles – first the orange flames, then sparks… 691 more words

Poetry

A WOLF IN THE WOODS by Nancy Allen

Chapter 1

Seated at the counsel table in the Associate Circuit Court of McCown County, Missouri, Elsie Arnold watched the judge toy with the file folder before him on the bench. 1,698 more words

Fiction

Blu-ray Review: Dressed To Kill (1980)

Distributor: Arrow Video

BBFC Classification: 18

Director: Brian De Palma

Starring: Michael Caine, Angie Dickinson, Nancy Allen, Keith Gordon, Dennis Franz, Ken Baker, Susanna Clemm… 1,039 more words

Review

2018 Monthly Motif Reading Challenge: Diversify Your Reading

To find some books for my first reading challenge I browsed audiobook titles and decided to listen to The Boston Girl by Anita Diamant. I picked this book for a couple reasons, the first being Addie’s Jewish heritage. 215 more words

Poltergeist III: Déclassé, Perhaps, but Great

No one ever told me that Poltergeist III is a great film—quite the opposite. Whenever the 1988 movie comes up (which rarely happens), it’s usually because someone wants to point out how Heather O’Rourke, who played little Carol Anne Freeling, died during its making, a tragic incident that contributed to the superstition that the… 2,494 more words

Cinema

Dressed to Kill (1980, Brian De Palma)

Dressed to Kill has oodles of style. It doesn’t have a lot else going for it–a lot of the acting, sure, but the acting never pays off for anyone–but it does have style. 834 more words

Bound by Flesh (2012)

The major shortcoming of Tod Browning’s Freaks is that its commitment to the horror genre ultimately requires it to betray its empathy for its “circus freak” performers. 843 more words

Brandon Ledet