Classic Remarks: How The Return of the King Film Differed from the Book

Classic Remarks is a meme hosted by Krysta and Brianna at Pages Unbound. Each week, they pose a question about classic works of literature in order for readers to engage in a continuing conversation about elements of classic literature, the literary ‘canon’, and the timelessness of story. If you’re interested in participating, you can find … Continue reading Classic Remarks: How The Return of the King Film Differed from the Book

Classic Remarks: How The Two Towers Film Differs from the Book

Classic Remarks is a meme hosted by Krysta and Brianna at Pages Unbound. Each week, they pose a question about classic works of literature in order for readers to engage in a continuing conversation about elements of classic literature, the literary ‘canon’, and the timelessness of story. If you’re interested in participating, you can find … Continue reading Classic Remarks: How The Two Towers Film Differs from the Book

Movie Review: The Others

  The Others 2001 Rating: PG-13 1 hour, 44 minutes Suspense/Horror Written and Directed by Alejandro Amenabár Starring Nicole Kidman, Alakina Mann, Fionnula Flanagan, James Bentley, Eric Sykes, Christopher Eccleston, Elaine Cassidy Set on a lonely island in the English Channel shortly after World War II, The Others tells the story of Grace (Kidman), a … Continue reading Movie Review: The Others

Repost: Movie Review: Only Lovers Left Alive

(I originally posted this in June, 2018, but it fits perfectly with my offbeat Gothic and horror recommendations for this October)   Only Lovers Left Alive Directed by Jim Jarmusch Written by Jim Jarmusch and Marion Bessey Starring: Tom Hiddleston, Tilda Swinton, Anton Yelchin, Mia Wasikowska, John Hurt, Jeffrey Wright Drama Rating: R Released (US) … Continue reading Repost: Movie Review: Only Lovers Left Alive