We’re back to the weekly feature Thursday Movie Picks, and the end of the year is approaching. For the last week of November we have a Television Special on american tv shows that were adapted from non-english series.
Being October, the pick for the Blind Spot Series could only be a horror movie. Here's what I thought of the classic Bride of Frankenstein (1935).
Prepare yourself for a recap haunted by evil spirits, vampires, and the living dead. Here are the movies and tv shows I've seen so far in October.
This week on Top Ten Tuesday we talk about the longest books we've ever read! Harry Potter and Outlander clearly dominate the list. Read on for 10 giant books I've read for the love of a good story.
It’s October, which means Halloween, which means horror. As is tradition, this month Returning Videotapes will be filled with disgusting monsters, creepy ghosts, and all things evil. Get ready for October Horror!
For September's Blind Spot I picked Ingmar Bergman's classic take on religion and mortality, The Seventh Seal (1957).
In this week's Top Ten Tuesday we look at the most anticipated books coming this Fall. Between series and standalones, and across all genres, there's no shortage of new books to look forward to.
This month's Blind Spot is the classic western by italian director Sergio Leone, Il Buono, Il Brutto, Il Cattivo (1966). Starring Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach and Lee Van Cleef, it's hailed as one the absolute best movies of all time, but did it live up to the hype? Or was I just bored out of my mind?
In this month's Blind Spot we dive into the French New Wave, with gorgeous sceneries, poetic dialogue, and a mesmerizing Brigitte Bardot: this is Le Mépris (1963).
In this week's Thursday Movie Picks, we look at some long-awaited movie sequels, or in my case, the ones I didn't see coming at all! Spoiler: Colin Firth.
For the month of June I picked Stanley Kubrick's Paths of Glory (1957) as my Blind Spot! This director's controversial anti-war movie approaches the themes of glory seeking and dehumanisation in times of war with his trademark aesthetics and dark humour.
Back with a new entry for book feature Top Ten Tuesday! This week, we explore bookish worlds we’d never want to live in. I could be persuaded to spend a night in a few of these (provided I would be safe at ALL times), but definitely no longer than that. Read on for some terrifying fictional places.
In John Krasinski's horror debut, a family has to be completely silent in order to survive. With a strong emotional core and a few effective jump scares, there's good chance you'll scream as much as you will cry watching A Quiet Place (2018).
In this week's Thursday Movie Picks we talk Twisty Thrillers! From classic Hitchcock suspense to Kubrick madness and dark comedies, read on for some of the craziest plot twists that had me frozen in confusion as the credits rolled.