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Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (1992) [Surreal Thriller]

It took me a while to finish watching the second season of Twin Peaks: part of it was its slower pace, and part was just that I got tired of it, and, since I had to study for multiple exams, I put it aside and stopped watching it. 762 more words

Film Review

How To Fix It: Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones

Who has two thumbs and is about a month late for the Star Wars sequel party? This guy!

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Insidious: The Last Key

It was my birthday in 2011 when I had all my friends gather in my home theater to watch Insidious. No doubt, that was one scary movie and everyone had a rollicking good time. 614 more words


Some Thoughts on Historical Fiction

There are many more good and not-so-good novels set in Georgian England (more popularly known as Jane Austen land ;)) than I can count. Some of them were written at that time, most of them later. 426 more words

The Magic Of Reading

Handa Kun

It’s time for another spinoff although this one is a direct prequel. It’s about Handa back in his school days and as always he is having a tough time fitting in. 66 more words


Review: Insidious: The Last Key

Director: Adam Robitel

Stars: Lin Shaye, Angus Sampson, Caitlin Gerard

With arguably the series’ most ambitiously threaded story, Insidious: The Last Key spans nearly 60 years. 1,035 more words


Philip Pullman's newest book fails to live up to expectations

The Book of Dust: La Belle Sauvage by Philip Pullman

Three miles up the river Thames from the centre of Oxford, some distance from where the great colleges of Jordan, Gabriel, Balliol, and two dozen others contended for mastery in the boat races, out where the city was only a collection of towers and spires in the distance over the misty levels of Port Meadow, there stood the priory of Godstow, where the gentle nuns went about their holy business; and on the opposite bank from the priory there was an inn called the Trout. 566 more words

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