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2013

Movie Review – Stoker

A chilling and very interesting English language debut from South Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook, Stoker was written by Wentworth Miller of Prison Break fame. How this script remained unmade for several years is beyond me, and […]

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2013

Movie Review – Mud

Mud is a coming of age tale covering hope, love,and revenge. It shows how these feelings can drive different peoples lives and the consequences of their actions. The marketing focuses on McConaughey’s star power (I […]

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2013

Comic Review – TMNT #29

Originally written for Flickering Myth “Recovering from the events of City Fall, the Turtles seek sanctuary in the countryside. They bring with them new questions, tension within the family — and a stowaway! Don’t miss […]

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2013

Movie Review – Frozen

In the late 80’s and early 90’s Disney went through a period known as the ‘Renaissance Era’, which included greats such as Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King. Through the 00’s however the […]

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2013

Movie Review – Only God Forgives

Corridors. Echoing footsteps. Eyes. Violence. Silence. The five things that struck me most about Refn’s follow up to Drive. Once again there is plenty of Gosling staring, but this time the amount of time without a word […]