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Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Day the World Nearly Ended

Today, my dear readers, marks the thirtieth anniversary of perhaps the most fortunate non-event in human history. Though few today, and even fewer then knew it, it was on this very day in 1983 that the world nearly ended, and had it not been for

The Family

How long has it been since Luc Besson directed a movie? Seems like ages ago, doesn’t it? The French filmmaker, revered in action cinema for directing Nikita, The Fifth Element and Leon: The Professional, as well as producing the Transporter and Taken franchises, actually hasn’t

Legendary animator Hayao Miyazaki to retire

Take note animation fans – founder of Studio Ghibli and revered world-renowned animator Hayao Miyazaki has announced he is retiring from feature length films for good. Perhaps the world’s biggest name in traditional animation, certainly as more and more animation sees computer-animation become the norm,