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THE X-FILES - 1x13 - 'Beyond the Sea'



Directed by: DAVID NUTTER

Looking back at The X-Files formative year from a character perspective, there may be a none more important episode than ‘Beyond the Sea’. 669 more words

Happy birthday, Brad Dourif

“Of course, I would like to play the guy next door, but nobody’s going to hire me for that kind of role.”

“Gee, I certainly hope I’m not a scary person in real life. 31 more words


Movie Review: Child's Play (1988)

Child’s Play is the first film in the long running horror film series of the same name; although many other people refer to it as the Chucky film series. 1,089 more words

Horror Movie Reviews

1001 Películas: Blue Velvet (1986).

“I’m seeing something that was always hidden. I’m in the middle of a mystery and it’s all secret.”

“Blue Velvet”
Dirigida por: David Lynch… 468 more words

"Body Parts" (1991) REVIEW

This movie is incredibly under-appreciated and too oft forgotten! It stars (the under-appreciated and oft forgotten) Jeff Fahey and was directed by Eric Red (who did The Hitcher and Near Dark). 54 more words


One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)


Looking at it today, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest appears quite a lot more complex than it did forty years ago. Look closer at the film – it’s about a group of predominantly white men (with the exception of Chief) being oppressed, or in some cases choosing to be oppressed, by the asexualised matriarchal authority of Nurse Ratched and her orderlies, largely Afro-Americans. 100 more words

Film Reviews

Television Tuesday :: Deadwood and relationships, part eight.

As the second season goes along, what we’re seeing primarily is needs-based relationships, but even those are nuanced and different.

There’s Miss Isringhausen (Sarah Paulson) and her relationship with Adams (Titus Welliver), which springs out of seemingly nowhere and serves as a way for her to get an audience with Al (Ian McShane) so she can conduct her business.  540 more words