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Artsploitation Acquires French Thriller ‘Fever’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Continuing its focus on unsettling and unconventional films from all over the world, as well as its recent bevy of French-language films pickups, Raymond Murray’s Artsploitation Films has acquired all North America rights to “Fever,” a Gallic riff on the Leopold and Loeb true-life murder scandal that features admired performances by France’s Martin Loisillon (“Mysteries of Lisbon,” “Something in the Air”) and Pierre Moure (“Paris”). 272 more words


My sickie

Theo hasn’t been feeling so hot. Well, actually, he has. Too hot. He’s had a fever since Friday and has, understandably, been a lot more fussy. 102 more words


Do You Ever

Feel really, really bad because they sun was shining all hot and beautiful all weekend but all you did was sleep.

I do.

The sleep was all encompassing, like a fever that took hold and I couldn’t shake it. 31 more words

Americans Catching a New War Fever

From Consortium News, by Paul R. Pillar, February 2015

The U.S. media/political elites are again riling up the American people about threats abroad, whether it’s the hysterical reporting about Russia or the sensationalistic coverage of Islamic State atrocities. 559 more words

War On Terror

Guluchyadi / Guduchyadi Kashayam – Effective in Fever, Vomiting

Guluchyadi Kashayam is a simple Ayurveda formulation which is highly effective in warding off all the Kapha and Vata disorders. It is highly effective in the treatment of… 287 more words


Remembering Warmer Days

It’s February in Minnesota – CLASSIC cabin fever month, and boy, it’s hitting me hard.

I’m trying to stay ahead of the curve while I’m job searching, but some days are just tough. 763 more words


Friday Finds (Feb 27)

FRIDAY FINDS is hosted by Should Be Reading and showcases the books you ‘found’ and added to your To Be Read (TBR) list.  Whether you found them online, or in a bookstore, or in the library — wherever! 344 more words

For The Love Of Books