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December 31, 2018 - NOIRLATHOTEP 2: MORE TALES OF LOVECRAFTIAN CRIME
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A Thousand Little Deaths
Danny Oldham just can’t seem to stay dead. Trapped in a cycle of death and regeneration he finds himself in the bucolic Middle-of-Nowhere, Tennessee in hopes of finally getting some peace. Plagued by … Continue reading →
week, Lost in Translation did a quick
overview of sports movies. It’s time to look at a specific example, a movie
about a quintessentially Canadian sport, Men with Brooms.
curling originated in Scotland, it spread quickly with the settlers in the New
World, especially where there … Continue reading →
we last left human killing machine John Wick (Keanu Reeves) he was on the run.
He had just committed the cardinal sin in this world of professional hired guns
— killing a protected man on safe ground. As a result, The High Table, which
governs this ordered realm of trained assassins, has … Continue reading →
The Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark trilogy of books (published in 1981, 1984, and 1991) were written by author and folklorist Alvin Schwartz and featured disturbingly grotesque artwork by Stephen Gammell. The tales were meticulously researched, being based on folktales from around the world, … Continue reading →
The writer/director of Saint Bernard, Gabriel Bartalos, is a legend in the special effects and make-up world. He’s worked with Frank Henenlotter on the Basket Case films, Brain Damage, and Frankenhooker, with Stuart Gordon on From Beyond, with Matthew Barney on the Cremaster Cycle, and he even … Continue reading →
the world of entertainment, sports covers a large segment. People will tune in
to watch their favourite team play their favourite sport. Monday Night
Football has aired since 1970. Hockey Night in Canada predates that,
with the first match airing in 1952. Baseball’s Major League Game of … Continue reading →