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5 items from 2014


Sex in real life isn't like sex on screen – and that's a good thing

18 March 2014 5:05 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Worried your sex life isn't like it looks on TV or in the movies? Don't be. Sex involving food, a piano or gunfire is never as fun as it sounds

When you've been brought up with pop culture as your unofficial guardian, it's easy to assume that you've been lumbered with the world's dullest sex life. You're forever comparing your experiences with those you see on screen, and you beat yourself up when you inevitably fall short.

For instance, not one single person has ever attempted to stab me to death with a pickaxe mid-coitus, like Sharon Stone did to that poor chump at the start of Basic Instinct. No union of mine has ever ended with my partner shooting a baddie in the chest on a moving train at the point of orgasm, like Cindy Crawford did in Fair Game. Nor, to my eternal annoyance, have I ever been »

- Stuart Heritage

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Sex in real life isn't like sex on screen – and that's a good thing

18 March 2014 5:05 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Worried your sex life isn't like it looks on TV or in the movies? Don't be. Sex involving food, a piano or gunfire is never as fun as it sounds

When you've been brought up with pop culture as your unofficial guardian, it's easy to assume that you've been lumbered with the world's dullest sex life. You're forever comparing your experiences with those you see on screen, and you beat yourself up when you inevitably fall short.

For instance, not one single person has ever attempted to stab me to death with a pickaxe mid-coitus, like Sharon Stone did to that poor chump at the start of Basic Instinct. No union of mine has ever ended with my partner shooting a baddie in the chest on a moving train at the point of orgasm, like Cindy Crawford did in Fair Game. Nor, to my eternal annoyance, have I ever been »

- Stuart Heritage

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Looking back at big screen Roald Dahl adaptations

1 March 2014 12:56 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Feature Mark Harrison 3 Mar 2014 - 07:02

From James Bond to Willy Wonka, Matilda to The Witches, we chart the big screen work of Roald Dahl...

Roald Dahl has often been referred to as one of the greatest storytellers for children in the 20th century. His books have delighted children for generations, with their dark and inventive sense of humour and their eccentric, dastardly adult characters.

Likewise, his written work for adults has just as much wit and creativity, and over the years, he also worked as a screenwriter on a number of projects, including TV work on Alfred Hitchcock Presents and his own anthology series, Roald Dahl's Tales Of The Unexpected.

Given how it doesn't even take the likes of J.K. Rowling and Stephanie Meyer five years to have their popular works adapted by Hollywood, there has inevitably been an extensive crossover between Dahl's written work and the big screen. »

- sarahd

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The top 22 haunting endings to modern movies

14 February 2014 5:57 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Odd List Simon Brew Ryan Lambie 17 Feb 2014 - 06:24

Whether they're bleak, shocking or sad, the endings to these 22 movies have haunted us for years...

Warning: There are spoilers to the endings for every film we talk about in this article. So if you don't want to know an ending for a film, then don't read that entry.

It's probably best to start by talking about what this article isn't. It's not a list of the best movie endings, the best twists, the most depressing endings or anything like that. Instead, we're focusing here on the endings that seeped into our brain and stayed there for some time after we'd seen the film. The endings that provoke in an interesting way, and haunt you for days afterwards.

As such, whilst not every ending we're going to talk about here is a flat out classic - although lots of them are »

- ryanlambie

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Artist Recreates Iconic Horror Moments Out of Clay

17 January 2014 11:00 AM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

Polymer clay is the chosen artistic medium of England-based artist Lizzie Campbell, who runs a studio by the name of Clay Disarray.  Some of her most recent works include clay recreations of iconic movie posters, such as Hellraiser (above) and Little Shop of Horrors, but it's an older project of hers that we're here to shine the spotlight on today.

Before she discovered polymer clay, Lizzie worked with plain old air dry clay, and it was during her early years of playing around with the medium that she spent a whole lot of time working on a special project called 'May Contain Spoilers.'  Over 30 pieces comprise the collection, which she describes as "a visual celebration of cinema, through the medium of miniature clay models and dioramas."

Each of the 'May Contain Spoilers' dioramas depict iconic scenes from horror movies, from Carrie White getting pig's blood dumped onto her head »

- John Squires

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