Death Comes to Pemberley recently popped up on Netflix, and as a Jane Austen enthusiast, I was excited to see they had picked it up. I had been seeing articles, set photos, etc. 783 more words
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Fine enough shaky-footage, supernatural horror somewhere between Paranormal Activity and The Exorcist with a little bit of Poltergeist floating about.
While being filmed for a documentary, a woman with advancing Alzheimer’s is targeted by a child-killer’s ghost to complete a ritual for attaining immortality. 24 more words
In recent days I’ve been thinking a lot about a question that was posed at a conference I attended. The speakers were debating the merits or demerits of a certain sect of cinema – whether it helps or hurts its cause – and they posed the following quandry: “how do people who don’t know much about movies, who don’t follow or study film, how do they hear about great films? 359 more words
X plus Y sees Asa Butterfield play autistic teen Nathan, who is a mathematics genius. Throughout, we are introduced to his poor relationship with his mother Julie (Sally Hawkins), as Nathan’s lack of social skill hinders his ability to express love and appreciation. 367 more words