Reviewed: Crimson Peak

Or why your horror needs more gothic romance, and vice versa… The macabre and surreal have a definite place in my heart – as do beautiful things – so watching Guillermo del Toro’s gothic horror, Crimson Peak, as a cap to a fantastical weekend at Detroit’s Theatre Bizarre , found several avenues to completely win over […]

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Adventure with A to the Grand Budapest

D: Does this ‘grand’ adventure mean he can be my voice actor, now? A: Are you still going on about that? D: Of course I am. He has charm, A. And wit. And has played a great many men with pathos and gravitas. A:  And he’s a bit blonde… when he has hair. D: A. […]

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Go Our Way for a Movie Review

D: What is this “our” thing? You wrote the Going My Way review for Green Embers Recommends all by yourself. A: Don’t pretend that you weren’t there vamping in the background of my head, adding a deeper bass to Mr. Crosby’s crooning. D: I take exception to the term ‘vamping.’ A: That’s what I thought. Between your […]

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