In 1991 when ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ was released into theaters for the first time, I was fresh out of high school and embarking on my journey of higher education and even higher roommates. Bad beer flowed (remember Bud Dry?) and parties at questionable locales with questionable substances were how we spent every free moment. Ahhhhh, the good ol’ days.
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Psycho Cinema is the sister organization run by the hostest-with-the-mostest Faye G. They bring rarely-screened horror, sci-fi, and obscure films to the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Winchester. Join Faye’s group by clicking this LINK and prepare for the unexpected!
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I have this problem.
I can talk freely and openly about things I hate. I don’t know why, but it’s easier for me to outline my hatred on things. I suppose I was a born hater. If someone asks me why I hate something I can write for hours.
Ask me why I love something and I freeze up.
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Last summer, when the news came out about Robin Williams’s death, I (like many others) was heartbroken. He had been such a part of my childhood and adolescence. Everyone mentioned that their favorite movie of his had been Aladdin, or Dead Poets Society, or one of the many, many others in which he starred. One movie that did not get the love it deserved, however, was The Fisher King.
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