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What Could Happen If …

November 21, 2018
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The Harry Potter Universe is a wide one. Although Harry has now vanquished Lord Voldemort and his evil followers (with the help of a lot of extraordinary people who are fluent in magic), the story…

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A Sneak Peek at 2019’s Horror Movies

November 2, 2018
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The recent Halloween holiday got me to thinking about horror movies: specifically, those that will appear in theaters in 2019. I emailed my one and only Hollywood friend, Murray the Mole, Bookmaker to the Stars,…

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Becoming Ray Kinsella

June 12, 2018
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The genie told me this shapeshifting thing would be cool and it is. There’s one problem: I can only shapeshift into famous MALE actors. This is fun sometimes, but it can be a problem, too.…

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SPARKS BRIEF: Screams From The White House [Spoiler Alert!]

October 27, 2017
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Los Angeles, CA— John Carpenter, creator of the Halloween film franchise, announced yesterday he will direct a new horror film titled Halloween DC. A representative from Miramax films told a Sparks Brief reporter the new…

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Cultured kid watches good movies

February 25, 2017
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The arts are among the core building blocks of a child’s development, and since the birth of my son, I’ve aimed to give him an edge in the cinematic arts. From silent films to the…

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Meatball Soup and Where Babies Come From

December 29, 2016
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Azerbaijani Soup KUFTE BOZBASH (Meatball Soup) INGREDIENTS 1 medium onion 1 pound ground lamb. beef, or combination 2½ tablespoons rice 2 teaspoons mint ¼ teaspoon pepper (¼ more teaspoon later) 1 teaspoon salt (½ more…

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Off without a Thanksgiving Hitch

November 20, 2016
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It’s Thanksgiving—time for my Alfred Hitchcock movie marathon! My wife and nine-year-old son roll their eyes. Hey, it’s tradition. I get that they don’t get how Hitchcock suspense movies have anything to do with a…

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A Midsummer Night’s Shakespeare with Ryan Gosling

November 12, 2016
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A Midsummer Night’s Shakespeare with Ryan Gosling

  A Midsummer Night’s Shakespeare with Ryan Gosling by Paul Lander To prove that nothing is outside Ryan Gosling’s range as an actor, just add “Hey, Girl” to a line in Shakespeare and let Gosling…

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Awful Lessons Taught by Familiar Stories

September 7, 2016
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There are fairy tales, folk tales, books and movies that have become so familiar to us that they are programmed into our nerve endings. In most cases, we are taught to see positive messages in…

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Really Hot Guys and Average Looking Women

March 22, 2016
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Disclaimer: This post is the result of the author having too much time on her hands and too many opportunities to let irrelevant thoughts wander around her brain. Television and movies are full of male…

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