“How does one celebrate the sesquicentennial anniversary of lazy podcasting? With not one but TWO Marys, of course! It’s a super gothic 150th episode spectacular as Christine and Emily tackle two very ‘90s adaptations of some very 19th century literary properties: 1996’s Mary Reilly and 1994’s Mary Shelley’s […]
At RogerEbert.com, Scout Tafoya writes on the inimitable Nicolas Cage. “There are some actors we watch because we want to see the result of months of internal calculus as they’ve wedged themselves into a new shape; a new person that could only have resulted from this actor taking […]
Page 152 from Francis Ford Coppola’s marked up copy of Mario Puzo’s novel, The Godfather. The Atlantic has kindly provided a link to the relevant scene from the film. I can’t help noticing that Coppola takes notes with a ruler.
A thorough and well-illustrated look at Soviet science fiction, from the 1920s through the 1980s. (via SF Signal)