Archive | June, 2012

The day that they murdered love

June 22, 2012

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“Marcos had this idea about the day that they murdered love and it was taken from that thought of the scene of the crucifixion. In the bible, it says the sky went black and the ground split open and we were thinking about that moment. About how the people felt and being so desperate, all […]

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The fine line between humor and horror

June 13, 2012

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Remember how funny Robin Williams was as Mrs. Doubtfire? Check out how a little editing completely changes the feel of the film: Here’s the original trailer: Now imagine you read a headline that says “Cross-dressing dad pretends to be Scottish woman to circumvent wife’s restraining order.” Which one of the above options would come to […]

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Mr. Rogers gets remixed

June 8, 2012

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So, what’s growing in the garden of your mind?

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Book review: Crazy Dangerous

June 7, 2012

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Andrew Klavan is crazy good. I mean, the author is very adept at writing stories where characters have mental problems. His 1993 novel The Animal Hour follows a narrator through chilling dangers as the reader gradually understands the depths of her madness. The story is quite shocking and violent, so I wouldn’t recommend it generally. […]

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