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The Long Hard Road to Cocaine and Hookers

Romero & Me by Rottingcorpse

AUTHOR’S NOTE: I was headed out for a bike ride when the news that iconic film director George A. Romero had died at the age of 77. It immediately weighed heavy on my heart and mind. My legs felt wobbly, so much so that I worried whether I should go for the bike ride or […]

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Welcome to the Resistance by Rotting Corpse

Until recently, I’ve normally keep my politics to myself. There are lots of reasons for this, but the main one is that even among friends, a political discussion is by far the easiest way to start an argument outside of “Who made a better Batman, Keaton or Bale?”

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‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ – Review by Rotting Corpse

You know the feeling; how you fall in then out of love with a TV show? It was awesome at first but over time the show has fallen into mediocrity and convolution. The story has splintered into so many seemingly unrelated parts that following the through-line almost feels like a chore. You’re about to give […]

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Are All Dead?

by rottingcorpse On Saturday night, Nacho sent me a series of semi-panicked texts from which I eventually gathered he was screening a rare Italian version of the 1986 animated film Transformers: The Movie in HD. This being his first HD experience with the movie that scarred him and countless other school aged children in the […]

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Peace Through Commonality

Part of Lonnie Martin’s ongoing blog — Stranger in a Strange Land — where he tells us all about moving to Prague to drink beer and make arthouse movies for a living. His wife is also blogging about the experience.

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A Brief Look at Czech New Wave Cinema

Part of Lonnie Martin’s ongoing blog — Stranger in a Strange Land — where he tells us all about moving to Prague to drink beer and make arthouse movies for a living. His wife is also blogging about the experience.

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Kafkaesque

Part of Lonnie Martin’s ongoing blog — Stranger in a Strange Land — where he tells us all about moving to Prague to drink beer and make arthouse movies for a living. His wife is also blogging about the experience.

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Off the Grid

Part of Lonnie Martin’s ongoing blog — Stranger in a Strange Land — where he tells us all about moving to Prague to drink beer and make arthouse movies for a living. His wife is also blogging about the experience.

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La Jetée Lag: Part 2

Part of Lonnie Martin’s ongoing MFA blog — Stranger in a Strange Land — where he tells us all about moving to Prague to drink beer and make arthouse movies for a living. Updated weekly. His wife is also blogging about the experience.

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La Jetée Lag: Part 1

Part of Lonnie Martin’s ongoing MFA blog — Stranger in a Strange Land — where he tells us wage slaves all about what it’s like to move to Prague to drink beer and make arthouse movies for a living. Updated weekly.

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