Frankenstein: Of Monsters and Humans

Let us start with a fun fact. Mary Shelly, the writer of "Frankenstein" was only 19 when she wrote the novel. Give some time to let that sink in. The novel has spawned a lot of adaptations and sequels, both on stage and on screen. But the one that started...
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Here's Why 'John Wick' Won

The recent Nicolas Cage film Left Behind was directed by Vic Armstrong, a veteran stunt coordinator for Indiana Jones, James Bond, Mission: Impossible, Blade Runner, Star Wars and has over 117 credits to his name. Left Behind currently has a three percent on Rotten Tomatoes. John Wick on the other...
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The Killing: Deceptively Simple Crime

Using the classic crime film noir pictures of the 1940’s as his guide, Stanley Kubrick set out to create his own brand of crime with his third motion picture. With its non-linear style, deeply troubled characters, and seedy locations and situations, The Killing proved that Kubrick was not going to...
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