REEL TALK MY FIVE: Best heroines of horror
In honor of Halloween, I give you MY TOP FIVE Best Heroines of Horror.
5. Rosemary, "Rosemary's Baby," 1968.
Mia Farrow brings it as the delicate woman whose only objective is to save her unborn chi... Posted on 10/31/13 at 3:45 PM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Tai Chi: Fantastical Reality
Initially, I chose to come to Wu Dang Shan (rather than other sights in China) because I wanted to participate in the culture---by way of doing tai chi. But let's not neglect the fact that sight-seein... Posted on 9/15/12 at 6:33 AM
STAFF BLOG WHILE YOU WERE IN... 'Wild Bill's Run': A review
Locally-made film "Wild Bill's Run," the story of notorious Northland character Bill Cooper, gets an early review from Lawrance Bernabo, who writes theater reviews for the News Tribune. Director Mik... Posted on 7/24/12 at 12:08 PM
“Short Cuts” are expedient, pretension-free movie reviews. This installment tackles “Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work” and “Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel” (both documentaries) and “The Freebie,” a surprisingly intriguing film starring Dax Shepard and Katie Aselton.
Ginger Spiess and her six young brothers and sisters didn’t understand why their mother would often retreat emotionally and physically from family gatherings, or why she burst into tears at the dinner table almost daily.
Called Sound Unseen International Duluth (SUID), the June 2-6 festival is expected to attract thousands of attendees at film screenings, multimedia events, galas, receptions and live performances at clubs across the city.
“Short Cuts” are expedient, pretension-free movie reviews. This installment tackles two fascinating documentaries: “Tell Them Anything You Want,” about celebrated illustrator and author Maurice Sendak (of “Where the Wild Things Are” fame), and Lionsgate's “The September Issue,” which goes behind the scenes with Anna Wintour at Vogue HQ.
“Short Cuts” are expedient, pretension-free movie reviews. This installment tackles Aaron Rose’s documentary “Beautiful Losers,” which takes a look at the group of artists responsible for such iconic imagery as the Obama “Hope” poster and films like “Thumbsucker” and “Gummo.”
“Short Cuts” are expedient, pretension-free movie reviews. This installment tackles the much-talked-about documentary “Anvil! The Story of Anvil,” the underlooked gem “Lymelife” (featuring Alec Baldwin and Cynthia Nixon) and “Nature’s Grave,” an unfortunate thriller-type-thing.
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