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Fascination (Miles Mander, 1931) | British Film Classics

This review is my contribution to the Madeleine Carroll Blogathon being organised by Silver Screenings and Tales of the Easily Distracted – please do visit and read the other postings! 185 more words


Jean Rollin's Fascination - Introduction

This is a transcription of Darrell Buxton’s introduction to the Fright Club screening of Jean Rollin’s Fascination (1979) from last Friday night.

We’re so pleased to be able to welcome you to Fright Club tonight, as both Adam and myself are huge fans of French filmmaker Jean Rollin, and we’ve wanted to play one of his masterworks here ever since QUAD opened. 887 more words

Fright Club

We angels are full of surprises

Angels certainly are full of surprises. Not least of which is how direct and precise Archangels are in their language (never mind how BIG they are – their energy fills a room!) You think you know all the nuances of a word? 617 more words

Written With Spirit


The peak of life

People walking on the street

The narrow alleys

Pitted with tiny shops

Chinese calligraphy

A whiff of sweet & sour

The chinese lanterns. 70 more words



It’s no secret that I am a freak of artistic nature.  I recently saw a short film in class called “The Dot and The Line”.  It’s relatively short, but it speaks very loud volumes.   567 more words

Love's Reality

Have you ever experienced Gods Love? You may not recognise it as Gods Love.  It’s a feeling that grabs at your heart.  It’s strong and powerful, yet it has a serenity about it.  632 more words

See Through Myself

 I was the person who never believes the psychological tests until I did this, Fascination Advantage Assessment, but this assessment helps me in five minutes figuring out my personalities and I felt it was really accurate. 392 more words

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