In the purity of the 2016 prediction that books are going to make a triumphant return to our collective lives in the world, me and my entire family joined the library! Very exciting stuff.. It was actually pretty awsome to see my son pick out some of his own books that he wanted to take […]

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Every year.. it’s something. This year it’s cups. Cups of coffee from Dunkin feature holiday themes.. Starbucks changed to red but eliminated the ‘joy.’  A crisis has begun.. presidential candidates have put off talking about things that matter and delved deep into this issue.. It’s all the rage to be enraged. From one societal realm […]

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Ever since childhood, I recall having horror movies somehow in my life. Pop cultural icons of the 1980s included HE-MAN and ALF, and Freddy Krueger as well. Entertainment news was saturated with the blood of slasher flicks. There was no escape. Nightmare on Elm Street had multiple parts. As did Jason Vorhees’ seemingly yearly trips […]

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You may not believe it to be true, but movies of the future will feature no acting.. Only robotic performances. Imagine an Oscar award given to the ‘best android’ in cinema? …The future is coming. From the UK TELEGRAPH, some startling information that should make you question if this all is a good idea or not, […]

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Multiple Firings After Racially Charged Facebook Remarks Mocking a Black Child Go Viral » Perhaps there are two lessons learned here. First, Facebook is not private. Even if you think it is.. even if you set it to private.. even if you believe you’re getting away with untoward comments.. you will be seen. And secondly? […]

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WASHINGTON POST reports how Eli Roth plots a new way ahead for horror films.. » Good article. My thoughts: I may not always appreciate the actual type of horror given to us by Eli Roth, but it’s creative and new.. it’s also, as the WASHINGTON POST says, paving the way for horror films of the […]

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When I was a young pre-teen in the 1980s, NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET part 3, the DREAM WARRIORS, sort of changed my conception of horror.. it became campy, silly and fun.. Yes, Freddy was a menacing creature, whose background was that of a child molester and killer, but somehow Robert Englund turned Wes Craven’s character […]

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