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Blue is the Warmest Color

My favorite film of the 2010’s. I’m in the minority on this one, and not simply because of the “unapologetic” lesbian sex scenes. 311 more words

Film Commentary

Movies to watch this week!

I think we could say I have an (absolutely healthy) obsession with movie watching since I view between 10 and 15 films a week (no idea when I find the time…). 1,214 more words


August 19: Daniel Woodrell

Hello Cobblers!

Today we spotlight Daniel Woodrell and his novel Winter’s Bone.

Some people may know this from the movie adaptation that starred Jennifer Lawrence. 407 more words


Coming up on Vulpes Libris

From Herefordshire to Aberdeenshire via the Ozarks, it’s a week of high drama in stunning rural settings.

On Monday, Hilary casts a churchwardenly eye over Phil Rickman’s vicar-sleuth Merrily Watkins. 42 more words

Coming Up This Week

Cover: The Girl on Fire

At only 25 years old, Jennifer Lawrence has managed to become a household name and the girl on fire in Hollywood. At the age of 14, Lawrence decided she wanted acting to become her career and convinced her parents to take her to New York City and find an agent. 820 more words


CityBeat Book Review - The Maid's Version

The Maid’s Version

Daniel Woodrell (Little, Brown and Company)

By John J. Kelly · September 4th, 2013

Daniel Woodrell is clearly among the best living American writers when it comes to evoking the sights, sounds and even the smell of the blood-soaked terrain on which most of his novels take place. 312 more words

Book Review

MY MOVIE SHELF: Winter's Bone

The Task: Watch and write about every movie on my shelf, in order (Blu-rays are sorted after DVDs), by June 10, 2015.  Remaining movies: 4  942 more words