Tag Archives: Cabaret

Exclusive Interview with Lea Thompson!

Hello and Happy New Year! I hope you all had a great celebration last night. Today to see the new year in we have Lea Thompson here to talk a little about her film The Trouble With The Truth, the legacy of Back to the Future and much, much more! Read on for our chat… […]

Breaking Emotions: Fear

Excitingly Mettel Ray has started up her second blogathon after the great success of her ‘My Movie Alphabet’ one last year (check out my entry here). This time around she has one called ‘Breaking Emotions’ where we are given an emotion (or two) and we have to respond with scenes that cause us to experience […]

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Cabaret – Review (Spoiler Free)

Bawdy, moving, joyful, and chilling – Cabaret confidently weaves through each of these states with apparent ease. Set in Berlin in 1931, we follow a group of individuals through a decadent world in which morals are loose, sex is everywhere, and the Nazi party is beginning to rise in popularity and power. The primary focus […]

Header Quiz Results!

So, the quiz is closed, the votes counted. Let’s see how you did. For those who don’t know what this post is all about – I recently ran a quiz where visitors had to guess the identities of the silhouetted figures in my header. For more information click here. Before we get to the winners […]

My Movie Alphabet

Mettel Ray Movie Blog is currently running this blogathon and I thought that I would contribute my movie alphabet. Please check out her blog here, and read some of the other contributions here. I hope that you enjoy my choices! # – 4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days This film really impacted upon me, […]