Mother! Darren Aronofsky’s Film Starring Jennifer Lawrence first Poster 

There is no trailer for mother! yet but the poster alone has already sold the film to me. With the unsettling visual of Lawrence literally holding her heart out for someone, mother! also features quite an amazing cast. Standing alongside the Hunger Games star is Ed Harris, Michelle Pfeiffer, Domhnall Gleeson, Brian Gleeson and Kristen Wiig. TheContinue reading “Mother! Darren Aronofsky’s Film Starring Jennifer Lawrence first Poster “

Close Encounters of The Third Kind [Film of the Week #3]

WOW! Last week I watched some pretty incredible movies so I had to think a lot about what this week’s Film of the Week would be before deciding on Steven Spielberg’s 1977 classic Close Encounters of the Third Kind. The other four films I watched last week are listed below and I highly recommend eachContinue reading “Close Encounters of The Third Kind [Film of the Week #3]”

Amelio…

A short story by Fabrice Nozier  “Amelio,” Ms. Farajah said. “It’s called Amelio”. Sitting at her red clothed roundtable were Ms. Faraja’s first visitors in years, Owen and Anne. “It’ll open her right up. She won’t be able to stop talking,” her elderly voice cracked.  After Anne’s husband of three years and high-school sweetheart hadContinue reading “Amelio…”

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) [Film of the Week #1]

Before delving into Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Film of the Week is another new segment I’m adding to 4therace where I’ll share my favorite movie I have watched in the past 7 days. Since being on summer holiday I’ve finally had time to view a couple dozen films that are on my watchlist. SomeContinue reading “Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) [Film of the Week #1]”

To Save Our Son

A short story by Fabrice Nozier  Date: Sometime in 2002 Late at night in the basement of a university library, freshman students Juliana and Scott were working on their final assignments for the spring semester. Juliana, a Creative Writing major, was finishing up her final short piece for the year; a story about a groupContinue reading “To Save Our Son”

At The Hands of The Architect

Hatred. It is assumed that this idea has been embedded in the human conscience. That it is a part of our nature. It resides within our DNA. It is what makes us human. And why should we not assume so? Since the dawn of humanity man has known hatred better than he knows the starsContinue reading “At The Hands of The Architect”

Batman vs Superman and Snyder’s DC Extended Universe [What it Means to be a Superhero]

I watched Batman vs Superman and I can say I really enjoyed it as a comic book fan. I loved Batflek and the themysciran in red practically saved the movie. Wonder Woman is one of my favorite heroines (along with Scarlet Witch, Rogue and Captain Marvel) so I was more than elated to see justiceContinue reading “Batman vs Superman and Snyder’s DC Extended Universe [What it Means to be a Superhero]”

My Favorite Superhero Shows

The big screen proved to be too small for the superhero genre as the Marvel and DC universes continue to expand on our televisions (nowadays the computer screen ). I have nothing but respect for the producers, directors and writers of these shows who have created unique and interesting stories for some of the mostContinue reading “My Favorite Superhero Shows”