Sign in. The multi-talented Edward Norton did some unique research to get his film and his character just right in Motherless Brooklyn. Watch now.
Post a Comment. Monday, 3 September School Sucks! I'm always surprised when I see social media posts complaining about this time of the year because I loved going back to school after summer break.
The edges are irresistibly crunchy, while the thick centers stay soft and chewy. The point is the holidays really are coming. Because this is when all the fun begins!
Pity the poor werewolf. Once upon a time he was a creature to be feared, a boogeyman of the night equal in stature to Dracula, The Mummy, and Frankenstein's monster. The very mention of his name inspired terror.
Ginger Snaps is a Canadian teen horror film which uses lycanthropy as a metaphor for female puberty. The story revolves around the sullen and morbid Fitzgerald sisters, Brigitte and Ginger, outcasts at their high school, with no friends besides each other. The close bond between the sisters is put in danger after Ginger gets attacked and bitten by a strange beast in the woods.
Ginger: [laughs] Oh really? That's not how I remember you the first fifteen years of your life. Jeremy: I'm onto you.
One day I noticed big, cushy-looking gingersnaps amongst all the other cookies, and picked one out. After finishing my salad, I took the cookie out of the slender brown bag and took a bite. The cookie was spicy, yet soft — with a remarkable, satisfying chew.
If you ever wondered why they call it "the curse," this movie will enlighten as it entertains. Given how fresh, intelligent and savvy in its manipulation of werewolf movie conventions this Canadian horror picture is, it's hard to fathom why it had such trouble finding a U. Fifteen-year old Brigitte Fitzgerald Emily Perkins and her slightly Fifteen-year old Brigitte Fitzgerald Emily Perkins and her slightly older sister, Ginger Katharine Isabelleare high school outcasts.
I don't think I've seen this since the DVD came out, but I remember digging it for a lot of the reasons you mention - particularly Perkins coming into her own as Brigette. Now I'm interested to see how it treats me as a kinda-adult, so perhaps I should check it out again. A lot of people hate Part 3, but I remember being totally into its prequelness, and I still dig these two characters in any means.