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Film Noir photoshoot, photographed by Annie Leibovitz for Vanity Fair, 2007.

Diane Lane, Bruce Willis, Ben Affleck, Dame Judi Dench, Helen Mirren, Kate Winslet, Jack Nicholson, Alec Baldwin, Jennifer Connelly, Aaron Eckhart, Eduard Norton, Robert DeNiro, Julianne Moore, Jennifer Hudson, Patrick Wilson, Kerry Washington, Adam Beach, Amy Adams, Derek Luke, Kirsten Dunst, Robert Downey.

To Occupy My Brain… A Quick Run a Few Films

Okay, so I have been neglecting you again blog-o-sphere. I’ve been house sitting for a friend (who’s internet went out two days into the gig, really testing the survival skills there.) But now I am reattached to the world. I did a bunch of writing for a novel I’ve had planned for ages and a new screenplay I’ve been trying to make into something. So rather than having full access to the gamut of downloadable and streaming flicks, I had to download movies while on public Wifi, being certain to watch pieces that would A: Keep me entertained. And B: Be conducive tonally to at least one of the two pieces I was working on. Tragically this distracted me a bit from the Horror-fest, but I do love breaking my own rules J

 So without any further stalling; here are some of the recent watches (only one of which is a first watch, but the rewatches are quite worthy of mention):

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Netflix delivers an excellent Severance package.

Last night the household joined me in my Fall horror misadventures to great success. Rummaging around the Netflix instant watch world landed us on the 2006 Christopher Smith film “Severance”. I’m totally unfamiliar with this director’s short list of feature length work, but after watching this one I’m certain that if any of his other stuff crosses my path I’m going to check it out.

                                 

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