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Eden's Exchange talks to Mark Barry (@greenwizard62)

Mark Barry wears many hats. I know him as the author of novels, Carla, Once Upon a Time in the City of Criminals, and other books. 2,086 more words

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Review: Only God Forgives


Well that was a thing that I watched with my eyeballs.

From what I can gather: an American man running a martial arts ring in Thailand is forced by his psychotic mother to seek revenge on the kill-crazy police officer that had his older brother killed. 428 more words

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10.000 Ways To Spread My Hate

Well I had a brain wave about an hour ago. With all this football going on I could do a post associated with that days matches. 296 more words

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A Sinister Sport

Leeds, 1973

It was nothing unusual, at least for Steve and his chosen three skinheads, to loiter in the sodium-lit night, on The Headrow or the streets around, waiting for some unwary mundane to pass them by to be followed to be relieved at knifepoint, or the threat of a kicking, of whatever money or possessions they carried or held. 2,790 more words

12 Days of Christmas: Home Alone

It might not officially be The 12 Days of Christmas, but FILM IN WORDS will still fill your festive viewing schedule with cheer. From beloved movies that have become an irreplaceable holiday tradition to cult and lesser known Xmas cuts that promise to subvert and haunt your holidays, there’s something for everyone all the way up to Christmas Eve. 384 more words

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Book Review: A Clockwork Orange

It’s probably on your reading bucket list.  You know there’s a film of it, and it has some weird eyelash and hat thing going on. But honestly, this novel is a modern classic for a reason, and if you are putting it off and putting it off then stop. 326 more words

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