Mary Queen Of Scots

24 Jan 19
the m0vie blog

Don’t be fooled by the rocks that she got, she’s still… she’s still Mary Queen of Scots.

24 Jan 19
Site Title

These days, it’s not uncommon to have many of your items of clothing or accessories be named as if they were people. It started naturally enough. When a person started a business in their town or community, they would frequently name it after themselves, which made sense, as it tied the new business to the […]

24 Jan 19
Anita Karo Blog

The Oscar nominations were announced on Tuesday, and there was a strong showing for films with women in lead roles. Both of this year’s most-nominated films – Roma and The Favourite – have female leads. But it was a different story in the best director category, where all the nominees were men. “It was an […]

24 Jan 19
Samantha Aungle's Film Critiques

For my second attempt, I am covered in cling wrap and smell like coffee! I am dyeing my hair with Caca Marron henna from Lush. It will wash off.   >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>   Genre: Historical Film: Mary Queen of Scots Director: Josie Rourke   Medieval festivals have interested me since 2012, when I made a fair […]

24 Jan 19
BALDY BLOG | Follicly Challenged Photography & Art

Cumbria’s 900 Year Old Castle

24 Jan 19
Mandy's Blog

Written by: Mandy Diallo Yes, it’s that time of year again award season is here. The Oscars are the top of the award chain in the entertainment industry so it’s not like the Golden Globes. This year’s nominations were announced on Tuesday morning. After watching the Globes a few weeks ago, I think I got […]

24 Jan 19
See Casey Write.

What a tumultuous awards season it’s been; controversy for everyone! Just today in fact, The Atlantic dropped a much anticipated exposé of Bryan Singer, an ‘open secret’ pedophile and sexual abuser of teen boys for several decades–I’m so sorry, alleged pedophile and sexual abuser (rolllllll my eyes forever), which is again igniting contention, and rightfully […]

24 Jan 19
365: A Paragraph a Day

‘It’s past my bedtime, you know,’ says Nana. It’s after 11pm, and we’re driving down Grenfell Street to the city’s west, towards my place. ‘But Nana,’ I say, ‘you told me you were allowed to be out late!’ (She did, last night, when we were debating session times.) She snorts. ‘Yes, but I’m just saying […]

24 Jan 19
The Cinemaholic

 As virtually every cinephile on this planet, I choose to keep a rather close look on the awards and film festivals seasons, for it is then that a lot of gems surface and gain their much warranted time in the sun, both in terms of a wider audience and better recognition. The Academy announced the […]

24 Jan 19
I Actually Paid To See This

The Academy tends to favor period pieces with this award, and there’s no shortage of options this year. Two films fall under the traditional “European Royalty” subgenre that has seen many a winner, as well as a Western anthology with several different creative outfits. There’s also a motif from 75 years ago, and a fantasy […]

24 Jan 19
indulge

2019 OSCAR NOMINATIONS: Best Picture Nominations: “Black Panther” “BlacKkKlansman” “Bohemian Rhapsody” “The Favourite” “Green Book” “Roma” “A Star Is Born” “Vice” Lead Actor Nominations: Christian Bale, “Vice” Bradley Cooper, “A Star Is Born” Willem Dafoe, “At Eternity’s Gate” Rami Malek, “Bohemian Rhapsody” Viggo Mortensen, “Green Book” Lead Actress Nominations: Yalitza Aparicio, “Roma” Glenn Close, “The […]

24 Jan 19
Kickin' Badical

I may not have seen All The Movies, but I have thoughts on the Oscars. Best Picture: Black Panther; BlacKkKlansman; Bohemian Rhapsody; The Favourite; Green Book; Roma; A Star Is Born. Yas Gaga, yas Black Panther. Pity that Do The Right Thing wasn’t nominated back in the day, but at least BlacKkKlansman is one of […]

24 Jan 19
Flight to the Rising Sun

By Ev and Andy Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain. Jack Kerouac It feels nearly impossible that 6 days have passed since we left off. The tears and laughter, joy and difficulty of that time seems as though […]