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Image Source: HBO Game of Thrones is just days away from its season seven premiere, and although we're all kinds of excited, we also have another life-changing onscreen work on our minds: A Little Princess. Yes, the 1995 classic about a young girl named Sara sent to boarding school by her World War I soldier father that made us all secretly wish we could be whisked away on some grand adventure through India. That A Little Princess. While the heartwarming family drama might seem leagues away from the content we see weekly on Game of Thrones (ex: skulls being crushed in, infants getting fed to dogs, etc.), there's actually one very important connection between the two. Liam Cunningham, who you likely know as the endearing Ser Davos Seaworth, also plays Sara's dad in the movie. Say whaaaaat?! Image Source: Everett Collection Playing Captain Crewe in A Little Princess was actually one »
- Quinn Keaney
We might not see Trixie on screen often, but when we do, she has our full attention.
Lucifer might have an aversion to her, but we sure don't. She's the cutest thing we've ever seen on TV.
Maybe Lucifer just needs a little more time, but we think he secretly adores her. And we can't wait to see more of them together.
How many times has Trixie stolen our hearts with her cuteness? Check below to find out!
If you haven't seen Trixie yet, you can watch Lucifer online to see all of her cuteness in action!
1. The New Doll Trixie definitely has some diabolical undertones like when she destroyed her doll in hopes of getting a new one. Chloe didn't find it amusing even though Dan and Lucifer did. And we have to admit...so did we! 2. President of Mars Trixie didn't want to be a princess for Halloween like her mom thought. »
- Lisa Babick
Get ready to feel as old, ’90s kids: Buffy the Vampire Slayer premiered 20 years ago today.
The beloved series, which cemented Sarah Michelle Gellar‘s place in pop culture history, continues to serve as a favorite among fans with an affinity for high school dramas and regular vampire showdowns.
It’s hard to imagine a TV landscape without the benefit of the show’s landmark run — creator Joss Whedon and Gellar pushed a strong female lead into a world of supernatural creatures, which proved to be successful for ratings and a groundbreaking precedent for future shows.
In honor of the show’s milestone anniversary, »
- Alex Heigl
Author: Sean Wilson
Arriving on Blu-Ray and DVD on 13th February, provocative and gruesome horror We Are the Flesh is the latest movie from director Emiliano Rocha Minter. Engulfing viewers in a nightmarish and surreal world, whereby two siblings find themselves manipulated by a terrifying stranger, it’s controversial Mexican cinema in every sense of the word.
It also follows a proud tradition of rich, boundary-pushing cinema to have emerged from the country. To honour the film’s release, here are some of Mexico’s finest.
Un Chien Andalou (1929)
Few images are seared onto viewers’ minds as vividly as the eyeball being sliced in Luis Bunuel’s groundbreaking surrealist classic (in reality it was a cow’s eye, not a human’s). But in truth the Spanish filmmaker’s trendsetting collaboration with Salvador Dali is filled to the brim with all other manner of striking imagery that left a lasting »
- Sean Wilson
4 items from 2017
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