American Horror Story: Asylum

“American Horror Story: Asylum” aired in 2012. (same year Ellie Goulding’s second album Halcyon came out) It received positive reviews from critics and viewers alike. An eleventh season will take place in New York City. Slated to air/stream October 19. Only on FX and Hulu. As a fan of AHS, I wanna share my thoughts […]

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Classics Review: Rashomon

Hello fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s classic review is yet another groundbreaking film by legendary director Akira Kurosawa titled, “Rashomon.” The Premise involves four people sharing their own perspective of a samurai’s murder. Each one’s story contradicts certain elements whether it’s real or not. Rashomon was officially released in 1950. (exact same […]

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Classics Review: Seven Samurai

Hello fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s classic review is an influential film that became a tentpole on the film industry. Story is about villagers who hire samurai to fight bandits from raiding their town and learn to defend themselves. What I’m referring to is none other than Akira Kurosawa’s groundbreaking epic, “Seven […]

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The Prestige

In 1995, British author Christopher Priest published a novel titled, “The Prestige.” It follows the story of two rival magicians competing against each other to see who makes the best magic trick. After seeing Christopher “Chris” Nolan’s groundbreaking mystery thriller “Memento,” Priest offered him a copy of The Prestige. Now-defunct production company Newmarket Films bought […]

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Raging Bull

In 1978, a year after “New York, New York” bombed at the box office, falling into deep depression, Martin “Marty” Scorsese nearly died from a fatal drug overdose. His pal, Robert “Bobby” De Niro convinced him to get himself into rehab so they can team-up to adapt Jake La Motta’s autobiographical book titled, “Raging Bull: […]

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