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Martin Scorsese and his 'Men of Violence' - Should We Turn a Blind Eye to the Violence in Shutter Island?

Martin Scorsese has claimed that there is no such thing as gratuitous violence because violence is such an integral part of the human experience. Over the last 80 years onscreen violence has escalated and changed, censorship laws have been amended, but it is nearly impossible to define exactly what we mean by the act or instance of ‘violence’ . 4,085 more words

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Seoul Vengeance!

Film Review:


I Saw the Devil
Written & Directed by Kim Jee-woon
It may not be a genre unto itself, but Kim Jee-Woon’s brilliant… 824 more words

South Korean Cimema

A Clockwork Orange / Anthony Burgess

I didn’t think I would end up finishing this book.

“There was me, that is Alex, and my three droogs, that is Pete, Georgie, and Dim, Dim being really dim, and we sat in the Korova Milkbar making up our rassoodocks what to do with the evening. 2,255 more words

Books

Psycho Pass (Season 1) - Anime Review 9/10 Stars

Here’s an anime you’d have to be crazy to overlook. You’d have to be out of your mind to leave out of your anime viewing. Psycho Pass falls very much in the “Serial Killer / Ultra Violent” genre, but in a setting where crime is extremely rare. 395 more words

Anime

my current playlist:

2D – What is Love Jaymes Young cover

Murdoc – Last Resort Papa Roach

Noodle – Kiss with a Fist  Florence and the Machines… 37 more words

my current playlist:

2D – What is Love Jaymes Young cover

Murdoc – Last Resort Papa Roach

Noodle – Kiss with a Fist  Florence and the Machines… 37 more words

A Clockwork Orange


Clockwork Orange, A (1971)
★★★★ / ★★★★

Alex (Malcolm McDowell) leads a group of friends (Warren Clarke, James Marcus, Michael Tarn), the four of them collectively known as “droogs,” to commit sociopathic acts of random ultra-violence. 595 more words

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