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Quiet Revolution: Sin City-The Hard Goodbye

By the 1990s, noir was dead. No one cared about quiet, contemplative, atmospheric mysteries. That’s fine, I don’t think we should be unsatisfied with what we were given with noir in the ’30s, ’40s and ’50s and directors such as Ridley Scott and William S. 690 more words

Quiet Revolutions: Candyman

Editor’s Note: The new Album A La Carte was not quite ready this week. Instead, deal with one of our boldest Quiet Revolutions ever. I really hope some people weigh in on the comments, so think some things through and let me know what you think about the nature of fear. 1,150 more words

Quiet Revolutions: Star Trek: The Next Generation

Look, I’ve said before that I am a pretty huge Trekkie. I even have another blog devoted entirely to the subject (visit breakfastwithspock.wordpress.com or don’t) but this is going to dodge the intensely nerdy aspects of fandom. 557 more words

Quiet Revolutions: "Batman the Animated Series"

I think it’s sort of sad that one of the most memorable images of my childhood isn’t a birthday, a family member, a friend or anything that connects to another person. 924 more words