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riding the [cultural] struggle bus.

I had a donut last week. Thus began my downfall. That’s a bit dramatic, but that donut sparked something. If you know me, you would know I don’t get homesick, but I do have fond memories of people and places. 357 more words


Some Changes For Coastal Magic Convention 2018

Hi all!!

Believe it or not, I’m not quite finished with my wrap up post from this year’s Coastal Magic. I’ll have that ready to share soon (getting permission to use some pics, and a few other hangups.) 357 more words

Southside With You - **

A young intern at a law firm invites his adviser to a meeting about the construction of a community centre in a difficult part of Chicago. 312 more words


Loving - **

A construction worker gets his girlfriend pregnant and wants to marry her.

There are a few problems though. It’s 1958. He lives in Virginia. He is white. 280 more words


XX (2017) Review

XX is a horror anthology film featuring four stories written and directed by four different women. In the first story “The Box” it tells the story of a young boy who meets an elderly man on a train with a box, the old man shows the boy what’s inside and afterwards the boy begins to starve himself, leaving his parents worried about what happened that day. 606 more words

Failure was Never an Option; ‘XX’ Gives the Ladies a Chance to Shine (Review)

Directed by: Roxanne Benjamin, Karyn Kusama, St. Vincent, Jovanka Vuckovic

Cast: Natalie Brown, Melanie Lynskey, Breeda Wool, Christina Kirk, Kyle Allen

We’ve all heard the hype surrounding this anthology, directed by women exclusively, and we’ve probably all wondered just what we were in store for. 635 more words


"XX" (2017) REVIEW

Since the release and warm reception of both V/H/S and The ABCs of Death in 2012, there have been a proliferation* of anthology-style horror films, more than a few of them sequels to the aforementioned titles. 589 more words