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Author Archive: Katy Kern

Movie reviews that won’t spoil the story with the critique. Movies are my passion and I want to share my opinion on the movies I see to give you more insight on what to see next.

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Alone in a London Club

Alone in a London Club

She and I climbed out of the taxi and stumbled towards the entrance. Once in, I just stood there, not really looking at anything in particular. There was actually too much to stare at, but the strobe-lights, neon tubes of numerous colors splattered around the black box room, and the bass turned up beyond a […]

By December 5, 2013 10 Comments Read More →
An Indiegogo Campaign For New Children’s Book: Lighting Up The World

An Indiegogo Campaign For New Children’s Book: Lighting Up The World

In later years, one of the most enduring childhood memories is snuggling into bed and waiting, not so patiently sometimes, for a mother or father to come in and read a bedtime story. When the parent arrived, each child knew the book they wanted their parents to read, instantly. And it made no difference if […]

By November 12, 2013 7 Comments Read More →
The Lost Art of Patience

The Lost Art of Patience

We live in a vast world. We have a variety of opportunities to be a part of greatness but each day too many of us choose to fall short. Why is this so? For years, I’ve tried putting my finger on what is off with the world. I am positive there are many things, but […]

By October 5, 2013 13 Comments Read More →
Organ Donation: The Gift of Life

Organ Donation: The Gift of Life

I am an organ donor. This was a decision I made years ago.  I checked the box to be one when I renewed my driver’s license. Honestly, it was an easy choice for me to make, but I realize many have moral, ethical or religious reasons as to why they do or why they don’t […]

By April 30, 2013 12 Comments Read More →
Movie Review: Jack The Giant Slayer

Movie Review: Jack The Giant Slayer

Question: Did you read fairy tales when you were a child? Or maybe you listened to records, tapes or CDs that were elaborately narrated to help you fall deeper into the story? These myths and fables can take the imagination far beyond any reality. This is why many of the historical tales remain close to […]

Every Conversation

Every Conversation

Every conversation starts the same I walk towards you – silence You stare back with no expression My anticipation of resolution is clear I sit in front of you Patiently Eventually you concede but with teases My body struggles through I silently beg for relief I abide knowing what will come next You direct your […]

By February 4, 2013 4 Comments Read More →
Movie Review: Rust and Bone

Movie Review: Rust and Bone

Usually I start off my reviews with a question, but I can’t quite think of one to hook you all. Rust and Bone is a drama and a romance but the haphazard storytelling made me question if I really liked the film, loved it or thought, at times, perhaps being a female from America I just don’t […]

By February 2, 2013 4 Comments Read More →
Movie Review: Mama

Movie Review: Mama

A week or two ago I posted the short film that inspired Mama on my website. It was quick but extremely creepy, well made, and scary. Guillermo Del Toro was so inspired by the short that he hired the director to write and direct a full length feature based on the short film. Now I am usually not […]

By January 20, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
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