A to Z Challenge – Cult Classics – L
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Directed by Ridley Scott, this surreal fantasy harkens back to darker fairy tales. There is a director’s cut and the original USA theatrical release which features haunting music by Tangerine Dream.
This album debuted in 1988 and went Double Platinum, with the song Cult of Personality winning a Grammy.
Science Fiction Book –
Written by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson, this dystopian story spawned two more books, a movie, a television series, a comic book series, and more.
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Musings on Fantasia
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Dragon of the Stars Term –
Every ship in the Hyrathian fleet has one or more lieutenants on board. On the smaller ships, the lieutenant is second in command to the captain. On the larger battleships, a Lt. commander is second in command. That is Aden Pendar’s rank when the story opens.
Dragon of the Stars is out now!
Check out the site What Are the Kargrandes? for clues as to how they tie into the story.
Entwined by Cherie Colyer
Book 3 of the Embrace series
Only a few months after embracing her magical powers, defeating a dark witch at her high school, and banishing a faerie prince back to his realm, sixteen-year-old Madison Riley is back in book three of the Embrace series—and doing the bidding of a demon.
Find Entwined here - Amazon, Amazon UK, and Goodreads
Includes a short story by Medeia Sharif - Mustang Alice
And a short story by C Lee McKenzie
From the IMDB: A washed-up actor, who once played an iconic superhero, battles his ego and attempts to recover his family, his career and himself in the days leading up to the opening of his Broadway play.
This Oscar Best Picture winner was very unique. The long stretches of single shots are spectacular to watch. There are very few cuts, so the actors had to get multiple scenes right the first try. That’s impressive.
It does have some really funny lines, including the worst way to describe a relationship ever. (Said by a woman, which made it all the funnier.)
This film will make you feel better about yourself as almost all of the characters are complete train wrecks. Or one hot mess. Either way, you’ll be grateful you’re in a much better place and not so screwed up.
I admired this film, but can’t say I loved it. Like a train wreck, it was fascinating to watch. And once was enough.
Recommended if you enjoy thinking ‘What the heck did I just watch?’
Have you seen Legend and which version, USA or European? Fan of Living Color or Logan’s Run? Following those awesome bloggers? Picking up Cherie’s latest? And have you seen Birdman and what did you think…?
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