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Podcast – The Maltese Falcon

It finally happened! After much thought and time seeking the right topic, I have decided to branch out the blog into the podcast sphere. For my first episode, I discuss the book “The Maltese Falcon,” along with its various film … Continue reading

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Fall and Film II: 1950s Classic and Television Horror

The first thing I have to acknowledge for this year’s Fall and Film series, much like last year’s, is that the category pairings are completely arbitrary. This is not the result of poor planning on my part or just a … Continue reading

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Citizen Kane and Vertigo: The Problematic Nature of “Greatest Film of All Time”

The title of greatest film will always be subjective, just as film itself is subjective. Continue reading

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Summer Film Series, Comedy: The Burbs

About the Series With the winter months fading behind us, the weather improving, the days growing longer, I notice a change in my movie habits. I cannot prove it, nor really articulate it, but certain movies become mainstays for me … Continue reading

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Noah: A Review

After weeks of controversy, articles, talking head pundits, and an opinion from (seemingly) every human in the USA, I finally bought my ticket and saw Noah. I want to be clear upfront that I intentionally avoided reviews and articles to … Continue reading

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Is Deckard More Human Than Human? An Examination of Blade Runner

Right off the bat, I must give fair warning regarding this post. This will be a total geek-out fest. That’s right, no two ways about it. Not only am I about to discuss a Sci-Fi movie from the 1980s, one … Continue reading

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2001: A Space Odyssey A Tribute and Reflection

“It can only be attributable to human error…” 2001: A Space Odyssey is a 1968 science-fiction film by director Stanley Kubrick, with the story based on a novel by the author Arthur C. Clarke. The plot of the film is … Continue reading

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