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Horror Movie Cleanse: Goodnight Mommy

Goodnight Mommy is a German film, originally titled “Ich seh, Ich seh” which is translated to “I see, I see.” This film is essentially the story of identical twins Lukas and Elias. Like most twins tend to be at that age (and as a twin I should know), the two young boys are inseparable. They spend most of the day outside, running through the corn fields, playing in the woods, and swimming in the pond next to their house. That is to say, they have their fun until their mother gets home and everything changes. Continue reading

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Quotes from The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon

The following are quotes of Stephen King‘s The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon. Disclaimer: I read the book on my Kindle Paperwhite so the locations refer to that version of the book (sorry if you were looking for page numbers). “Doing … Continue reading

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My Father Stood Loading His Gun

The following is in response to Lucas Dean Fiser’s essay “My Father Stood Loading His Gun” that I read via Pif Magazine, an online literary journal. This personal anecdote from Fiser’s life is heart-wrenching. It depicts a time in his youth … Continue reading

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