2 years ago
by estherschindler+3 +1
Epics dominated this list of visual artistry, where there's room for black-and-white gems "Citizen Kane" and "Raging Bull." But so many memorable movies didn't make the cut.
6 years ago
by sasky+18 +1
Much contemporary fantasy is quite violent, perhaps in an attempt to win the respect of people who assume fantasy is all fairies and fluff; but I doubt if that’s why so much of China Miéville’s work is so in-your-face gruesome. More likely he is meeting the expectations of a readership used to the infinite kill count of sensational films and electronic games, and is bloody-minded enough to enjoy doing so.