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Mildred Pierce

The worst thing about Todd Haynes’¬†Mildred Pierce (2011)¬†is that it does not have Eve Arden in it. But not long after the miniseries begins, this absence can soon be forgotten. It is a marvellous reconstruction of James M Cain’s novel, … Continue reading

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Suck on that, Spuffyitis!

In the Slayerverse exists a prophecy that one day a vampire with a soul will be rewarded with his restored humanity. As any Bangel fan knows, this reward, the Shanshu Prophecy, is intended for Angel. When Spike’s new soul arrived … Continue reading

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Buffy Horror Picture Show

AND… (just for fun)…

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Vampires, or “This is why demons are better than people.”

I finally watched Francis Ford Coppola’s Dracula beyond the epic opening scene, and discovered that the film ceases to lessen its epicness. Blood from the heart of Christ flooding out into a church like water from a fire hose? Talk … Continue reading

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This makes me want to watch True Blood

Wowza. That’s all I can say. With lots of viewers, including myself, not turned on by True Blood season one, this cover is certainly a good publicity move by those movers and shakers over at Rolling Stone. Who really cares … Continue reading

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Lover’s Walk

Watched first episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer since February tonight. Am sick, inside the house, and in the mood for easy comfort. Although picked a non-comforting episode, because those are always the best kind. Made me sad about some … Continue reading

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Apparently, being appealing to children puts you on a beeline for homosexuality

From the Washington Post today: Poland’s conservative government took its drive to curb what it sees as homosexual propaganda to the small screen on Monday, taking aim at Tinky Winky and the other Teletubbies. Ewa Sowinska, government-appointed children rights watchdog, … Continue reading

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