ACCENT: THE WOMAN IN THE PHOTO

In 1888, the wealthy business tycoons of Pittsburgh retreated to their summer “cottages” at a man-made lake that hung high above Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club counted among its members Andrew Carnegie and Henry Clay Frick. Elizabeth Haberlin, one of the book’s two protagonists, is the daughter of one of these monied…

REVIEW: THE HAPPENING (2008)

Try to forget what you already know about M. Night Shyamalan.  Forget his tropes, his types and patterns.  Look at this film on the face of it.  Like any horror movie, “the terror” is a simple, basic thing, with consequences that affect humanity.  But the presentation of the ‘facts’ is muddled, and the intelligence of…

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