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Soldiers vs. Werewolves in the Scottish Highlands

Through their relentless bloodlust and willingness to organize and plot with their own kind, these werewolves are, in many ways, like us.

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The Return of the Popcorn Circus: May 2008

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Journeyman

No amount of philosophical study or science fiction reading would enable a viewer to disentangle the existential questions raised by its cavalier treatment of time, so Journeyman simply pretends they do not exist.

Lesley Smith
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Hannibal Rising (2007)

Hannibal's executions of the "primal scene" cannibals reveal his inclination for bizarre yuckiness.

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Rome

The lofty political rhetoric disguising base power-grabbing in Rome is all too familiar in a contemporary US context.

Todd R. Ramlow
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Rome

If there is a civics lesson to be gleaned from Rome, it is to beware the passions inflamed by a government in the midst of an identity crisis.

Michael Buening
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Rome

Lest one fear the consequences of amoral political realism get a watered-down treatment, Rome proves steadfast -- eager, even -- in its refusal to skimp on detail.

Ryan Vu

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