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SXSW 2016: "Jack Goes Home" Review

To call Thomas Dekker’s Jack Goes Home an unconventional horror film would be a gross understatement. Its premise is familiar: a young man returns to his hometown after spending many years away only to discover that everything has changed. 415 more words

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365 Days of Gratitude - Day 384

Tired…

For falling asleep quickly and deeply!

“Sleep is that golden chain that ties health and our bodies together.” Thomas Dekker

Here’s till tommorow and being glad it’s friday!

“I scarce know her, for the beauty of her cheek hath, like the moon, suffered strange eclipses since I beheld it: women are like medlars, no sooner ripe but rotten.”

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Field trip to BPL's Rare Book & MS Room

I took the first group of students from this semester’s “Pop Culture & Bibliodigigogy in Early Modern England” class to the Boston Public Library’s Rare Book & MS Room this week. 85 more words

To sleep, perchance to dream...

As life moves on I am becoming increasingly more aware of the importance of sleep… That doesn’t mean I necessarily get enough of it but when I don’t I certainly feel the effects. 600 more words

"Pop Culture and 'Bibliodigigogy' in Early Modern England" class starts tomorrow!

I find myself longing for my nephew’s live-action Yoda to advise me as I begin to teach non-English majors to read, transcribe, edit, and encode 16th and 17th century texts tomorrow at Stonehill. 793 more words

A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)

(Netflix DVD Rental, Rated R, Running Time: 95 minutes)

When teenagers begin dying in Springwood they soon realize it’s at the hands of the burned madman that haunts their nightmares. 373 more words