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Did we REALLY use to idolise them? The 90s megastars we thought we'd love forever - but didn't

Today we worship the likes of Olly Murs, One Direction and Cheryl Cole and only in a nightmare-ish world will this ever change.

However, by the time 2020 comes round (not long now, folks) these may be a distant memory. 1,093 more words


Why it’s OK to not always look your best

As I fathom the idea of this story in my head, I notice a spec of butternut soup on my white blouse, just above my boob. 404 more words

A Scanner Darkly (2006)

Director: Richard Linklater

Writer: Richard Linklater (Screenplay) Philip K. Dick (Novel)

Starring: Rory Cochrane, Robert Downey Jr, Keanu Reeves, Winona Ryder, Woody Harrelson… 761 more words


Kooky Vampira Gyrations

Every movie, he did– had kind of a morbid-slant to it, wouldn’t you think?

Yes, and I could be talking about no one else than Tim Burton, who directed Beetlejuice and also “Ed Wood”, a biopic about “The World’s Worst Director” as it was all fiendish plots, cardboard graveyards, rubber octopus contraptions, flying saucers dangling on fishing-line, and the most bizarre assortment of “stock footage” ever spliced-into a feature, to save on “special fx”. 227 more words

Winona Ryder's 12 Best '90s Outfits (That Look Just as Modern Today)

If the 1990s had crowned an “it” girl, it certainly would’ve been Winona Ryder—she starred in the decade’s ultimate coming of age drama “Reality Bites”, had… 628 more words


February's Love Bites: BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA (1992)

And now we come to what is probably the best-known horror love story: Dracula. Or is it Bram Stoker’s Dracula? Or maybe it’s Francis Ford Coppola’s BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA (depending on what you read, adding the author’s name to the title is either Coppola’s acknowledgement of the importance of the author, such as he did with Mario Puzo’s GODFATHER, or a necessity because Universal owned the rights to the more simple title DRACULA). 1,863 more words

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