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See No Evil (TV Show, Investigation Discovery)

Investigation Discovery created a show dedicated to law enforcement’s best friend: the perfect eyewitness. Yes, they do exist! According to the plot of the show, they argue that the best witness to a crime is the one who remembers all the details, the time date and circumstances surrounding the events. 350 more words

Mrs Enginerd

Wildly Obscure Part 3

Cory’s given a long look at some of the more obscure pieces in Gene Wilder’s filmography this week. As he’s one of our favorite comedy stars, we were hoping to find some gems among the rocks he put out in his lifetime. 772 more words


Gene Wilder

Another great lost in 2016.

Born Jerome Silberman on 11th June, 1933 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He would later become known professionally as Gene Wilder and over the years he became a legend not only on the stage and screen, but also as a writer and director. 1,168 more words

Little Bits Of Movies

Gene Wilder (1933-2016)

“If science teaches us anything, it teaches us to accept our failures, as well as our successes, with quiet dignity and grace” – in his career… 119 more words


AA: “Don’t Breathe” v. “Hush” | Senseless Violence

Adjacent Analysis: How do Don’t Breathe and Hush differ in their portrayal of sensory disability with regards to the traditional power dynamics of home invasion films? 1,840 more words

Don't Breathe

See No Evil

Look away all ye children
as it happens to he.
What the mind may fear
the eyes needn’t see.
Look away all ye children
if the truth may confuse, 117 more words


See No Evil by Mary L. Hamilton

Today we welcome award-winning author, Mary L. Hamilton, to discuss her latest release, See No Evil.

Hi Mary! How long have you been writing?

Mary:  800 more words

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