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Movie Review: A Dangerous Method

David Cronenberg explores the birth of psychoanalysis and the tense relationship at its centre. The results are in. Read More »

Recommended! My Favorite Reads Of 2011

I will gladly keep these volumes to read again and again for the pleasure they brought and the ideas they generated. Read More »

Movie Review: A Dangerous Method

We are welcome voyeurs of three psychiatrists who are driven by and jammed up with a passion for drugs and sex. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Lord of the Rings Trilogy: Extended Edition

This is the set fans have been waiting for, and apart from a few minor quibbles, it does not disappoint. Read More »

Picturing Mr. Darcy

Banishing Colin Firth's image requires more skills than I possess. Read More »

Music Review: Viggo Mortensen – Canciones De Invierno (Spoken Word)

A collection of music and poetry that proves language is no barrier to communication. Read More »

Book Review: Canciones De Invierno/ Winter Songs by Viggo Mortensen

Hibernation and reflection for the winter may no longer be an option for us, but the experience of this book comes close. Read More »

Dreaming In 3D: Lord of the Rings

Lord of the Rings in 3D? A girl can dream, can't she? Read More »

Movie Review: Eastern Promises: So Much More Than Just a Gangster Movie

Despite violence, tattoos, and post mortem mutilation, this is a surprisingly subtle gangster movie. Read More »

Viggo Mortensen and David Cronenberg Reteam for Two New Films

Retirement nowhere in sight for Viggo Mortensen, as he and David Cronenberg team up for The Talking Cure and the sequel to Eastern Promises. Read More »