Category Archives: Film

Day Two

TweetPerpetual dusk pushes down. I feel it in the back of my eyes and the tightness between my shoulder blades. Walking, eyes down, downtown streets. So few people, so badly put together. Track pants and jump suits. December 19. Where … Continue reading

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Horror on Netflix

TweetOver the past few months I have enjoyed a lot of horror titles on Netflix (Canada). Here is a partial list of films I liked: Evolution (trailer) Bay Street Video You’re Next (trailer) Bay Street Video The Girl with All the … Continue reading

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December Update (and Moonlight)

Tweet And there it is. Proof positive that something is in the works. In this instance, that  something is the plotting of my first novel. Enough about that for now. There hasn’t been much going on except work, and I’m … Continue reading

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Nosferatu The Vampyre (1979)

Tweet Werner Herzog’s 1979 Nosferatu The Vampyre is not merely a remake or a reimagining of F.W. Murnau’s 1922 silent masterpiece Nosferatu: A Symphony Of Horrors. With its impeccable colour palette, cinematography and a remarkable performance by Klaus Kinski, Herzog’s … Continue reading

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