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Lobster1 Laughter Unshelled

Only a few people closest to me have ever heard my real laugh. Sure, people are used to hearing me chuckle, but that’s because my unrestrained laughter is such an ugly sound that I keep it suppressed. My real laugh sounds like the metallic squeak you hear when you’re in a home with old pipes and someone, in another room, turns on a faucet. It’s a sound that no human should be capable of producing. My real laugh...


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Sunset Song isn’t as “in your face” despairing as something like the HBO series “Game of Thrones.” For comparison, it features 100% subplots solely dedicated characters being mercilessly tortured through genital mutilation. That said, it belongs to the same ilk of soul-crushing dramas. I’m not masochistic enough to risk a second viewing of director Terence Davies’ adaptation of the 1932 novel by Lewis Grassic...


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Those who only know comic books through their (somehow) still-increasingly popular cinematic adaptations don’t know the dirty secret about the source material: most storylines are messy and contradict past events. Dude, the actual devil once showed up in a Spider-man comic to erase his marriage because the writers wanted him single again…

X-Men: Apocalypse is getting savaged by critics, fairly and unfairly, for...


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The formula for De Palma is simple. For just over 100 minutes, filmmaker Brian De Palma sits in front of a fireplace and briefly explains why he made his films, how he made his films and how much money his films made. From Carrie (1976) to The Untouchables (1987) to The Bonfire of The Vanities (1990) and beyond, the template is repeated over and over again. The reason it works is because there’s something hypnotic...


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