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25. Scott Pilgrim vs the World (2010)

Tell it to the cleaning lady on Monday.”

One of the benefits of doing a ‘top 25′ rather than a ‘top 10′ (or a ‘top any-number-lower-than-20′) is that I can attach a few stragglers on there whose inclusion I would have otherwise found hard to justify but which deserve honourable mentions nonetheless. 265 more words



Okay, okay. I know; it’s been a while since we’ve had a Friday Fun Fact, but hold on a second..why haven’t we? 664 more words


Class 5: 3/17/15

The class started with Professor showing us a video about how Edgar Wright and uses close-ups in his films. There is no denying that close-ups are absolutely important when making a film. 311 more words

Class Notes

FAQ YOU: Nick Ewans

Say, whatever happened to all those zombies from Shaun Of The Dead? Well, we know what happened to one at least: he’s still skewered to a tree with a swingball pole. 1,144 more words

Chris Mitchell

Wandering Falcon - Bryan Lee oMalley

Hey, hey lads and lasses. It’s been a little while, what with charity trips to Thailand and assorted complications of life and limb. I believe last time I laid electronically imitated ink to this vast whiteness I had drifted a little off the usual topic with non-Japanese manga, The Clarence Principle. 861 more words

Film & Visual Arts

The World's End - 2013

How do you complete a trilogy that contains two of the best-loved and funniest British comedies of recent years? This is what Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg must have been asking themselves when writing “The World’s End”, very aware that everyone would be comparing it to “Shaun of the Dead” and “Hot Fuzz”. 572 more words


Hydra Infiltrates Marvel, Destroys Superhero Genre

Is Marvel Entertainment evil?

I compiled commentary from twelve experts, and the results are not good for superhero fans.

“I’m not going to head off and do a Marvel film,” director… 1,121 more words