Bisclavret, Marie de France’s fast-paced tale of twelfth-century love and lycanthropy, gets a new presentation and translation in a recently added text file.
A mini-review of William Friedkin’s The Exorcist. I wouldn’t see it when it came out, out of religious scruples, but now (having become inured to the horror genre in the meantime) I think very highly of it and never re-watch it without pleasure.
Ich liebe die Dunkelheit, und die Schatten, wo ich allein mit meinen Gedanken sein kann.
I love the darkness, and the shadows, where I can be alone with my thoughts.– Klaus Kinski as The Count in W. Herzog’s Nosferatu (1979)
Why didn’t they tell us the T R U T H ? He was O U R prisoner!
Pourquoi ne nous avoir pas dit la V É R I T É ? C’était notre prisonnier À N O U S !
– Donald Pleasence as Father Loomis in John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness (1987)Q