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Where Do You Come From?

Favorite descent of a staircase since Duchamp:
the throne room sequence from The Cell, directed by Tarsem Singh, 2000

Acclaimed designer Eiko Ishioka said this of the scene: “Overall, I’d have to say that I was most satisfied with the outcome of the costume for the Stargher King. 52 more words


Thrillers Make it Home

This is a day on which nothing interesting happens. Still, today is the day meant for making some unknown thriller movies popular, or at least a little better known. 805 more words


How to survive summer without The Walking Dead.

The most captivating television show “The Walking Dead” is on hold for the summer. What are we going to do now? Besides going to the beaches and having some outdoor fun, there will be moments we could surely use a post-apocalyptic fix. 312 more words

Be Reel, Guys | Episode 9: Inside the Human Mind

Say, what’s on your mind? Your cute, anthropomorphic feelings? Yourself as both a little boy and a baroque demon? Precious relationship memories disappearing in reverse? Noah and Chance are back from the summer holidays reviewing three movies set inside the mind: Pixar’s new “Inside Out,” the 2004 cult hit “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” and 2000’s horrifying, JLo-led “The Cell.”


Stir it Up, the Boys Are On A Roll

I am not sure to be honest. The boys hit an 8 game slump and I was as frustrated as the rest of my Sorority Sisters. 297 more words


Scifridays: "Self/Less" (2015)

Baddie: Cancer!

Lesson: People are friends, not science experiments.

Remember that time I said I was going to review shark movies all month? Yeah, well, I lied, because the new Tarsem Singh movie came out and my loyalties split. 606 more words

Movie Review

Walk off in Eleven and Other News

Father’s Day at The Cell welcomed the Stanley Cup and a visit from the Chicago Black hawks.

Playing today were: Adan Eaton, Avi Garcia, Abreu as DH, LaRoche at 1st, Cabrera, Ramirez, Gillaspie,Beckham, Flowers, Sanchez. 121 more words