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Things To Come: Fantasia 2017! First movie list announced!

Merciful Zeus, it’s coming!

Montreal’s very own Fantasia Film Festival enters its 21st run in 2017 and has no intention of slowing down. The first films have been announced and holy hell I gotta hold back and remember I need sleep at some point. 364 more words


The Lord Jesus' Return

Chapter 6 from Forgotten Truths by Sir Robert Anderson

A fruitful cause both of skepticism and of error is ignorance of what may be described as the ground plan and main purpose of the Old Testament Scriptures. 2,866 more words

Sir Robert Anderson

Things to Come

Our trip to the cinema to see this French film with the incomparable Isabelle Huppert started off with a bit of drama: as the room went dark and the opening credits rolled in, Mum and I realised we were in a wrong cinema and instead were watching a British war film, which explained the trailer for… 355 more words


The Harbinger of Tranquility, Deus Venatus, descends... HAHAHA XD

This post marks the emergence of Deus Venatus, the moniker by which this one responds to when online.  Aside from my internet handle, or username, the pen name that I have decided to go by if/when this one finally gets any of his works published, is Raiden Valterix, or Raiden V.;  the name this one received upon his birth however, would be Stephen Butler.   237 more words

IRL Status Update

Isabelle Huppert in her latest role by Richard Jones

A look at Things To Come (M)…

ISABELLE Huppert must rate as one of the most in-demand actresses on the planet at the moment. 540 more words


‘Things to Come’ Review: Hansen-Love’s Beautifully Heartbroken Drama

I watched Things to Come for a second time last night. It is one of those films that demands several viewings to fully appreciate, yet immediately I was touched by the tenderness and honestly of director Mia Hansen-Love’s story, and blow-away by actress Isabelle Huppert’s brilliance as an actress. 183 more words


'Things to Come'

A gentle and sensitive film from writer/director Mia Hansen-Love (The Father of My Children, Goodbye First Love) sees a deft, quietly powerful performance by Isabelle Huppert ( 78 more words