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I'm back to light up the worlds of the AliExpress lovers!

2020.09.18 05:22 carlijade12891 I'm back to light up the worlds of the AliExpress lovers!

Ok well that may be an overstatement but if you're anything like me its very exciting. Very. Exciting.
Last time I included some of the orders I had made. I can happily tell you that my Prada bag is here and I LOVE her. I'm not going to do a full on review for her because I honestly don't want to start noticing all the flaws - to me she's perfect. This is however an Imgur album so you can dissect her for yourself.
Also. The Foreo came! JEEZ. I also love that. It came in the correct packaging, has Foreo on the front, does what it says on the tin. All in all I'm pretty happy with that too. The only thing is that it doesn't connect to the Foreo app. But you don't need the app to use it so no biggie really. Edit - should have added the link. Sorry! foreo link
I'm going to do a separate post on bits and bobs I've found. Home stuff, accessories. You know the drill. I apparently can't fit it on this post. Oops.
So the same rule goes as with the last post. I clearly haven't bought all these, I believe all these are branded, and the sellers will send you photos if you ask for them. I'm about to buy this LV Holdall for my partners birthday present and the seller has been great. I have tried to remember as many of the names as I can but sometimes all my brains got is the brand. A girl is tired. If you would like to follow my pinterest rep board please message me on pinterest - Username - Carlijade91. I will send you a request to the board as its hidden.
Happy Shopping Girls :D
BAGS
**The Top Five in my Wishlist -**
Limited Edition Lady Dior - Cannage motif constellation
Dior Montaigne
Louis Vuitton Capucines in Pink
Lady Dior matte black
Chanel Trendy
**The rest of the bag finds**
Limited Edition Lady Dior - Python
Limited Edition Lady Dior - tie dye blue
Limited Edition Montaigne - tie dye blue
Lady Dior - Silk embellished
Dior book tote
Dior Saddle
Limited Edition Lady Dior - under the sea
Louis Vuitton - Cluny
Louis Vuitton Dauphine
Louis Vuitton Capucines
Louis Vuitton Alma
Louis Vuitton Neo
Louis Vuitton - Cant figure out which!
Louis Vuitton backpack - This is also going to be another gift to my OH
Chanel canvas tote
Chanel backpack
Chanel Jumbo
Chanel Trendy - For £54
Chanel Trendy - For £73
Fendi baguette
D&G Bag
Balenciaga Bag
Off White bag with rope handles
Off White Bag
Chloe Tess bag
Chloe Tess bag with suede
YSL Sac de Jour
YSL Sac de Jour Croc
YSL Top Handle Bag
YSL Sunset
SHOES
Chanel trainers
Chanel Trainers
Chanel Slingbacks - lots of kinds
Chanel flat boots
Gucci Loafers
Gucci chunky boots - Im getting these
Louis Vuitton chunky boots
Louis Vuitton sock boot heels - Oh come to mumma
Louis Vuitton sock boot heels - but black
Louis Vuitton chuncky heels
Valentino slides
Dior Air Jordans
Jimmy Choo slides
Leather and Suede thigh highs
Hermes mules
Alexander McQueen trainers - For £79
Nicholas Kirkwood mules
Nicholas Kirkwood flats
More Nicholas Kirkwood flats - These look to be unbranded
CLOTHES
For all the ladies who loved the Dior Toile print. I hear you. I see you.
Dior Print dress - Fantasy but im getting in it to WTH in!
Dior print shirt
Dior Print oversized shirt
Dior Print PJs - Short
Dior Print PJs - Long
Dior Print jumpers
Dior Print dress
Dior Print dress
And the rest...
Dior coat
Chanel Rue Camb jumper
Alexander Wang turtleneck
Alexander Wang leggings
Loewe sweatshirt
Reformation dress 1
Reformation dress 2
Reformation dress 3
Reformation dress 4
Reformation dress 5 - You get the picture. This store is well reviewed and I'm getting some!
Palm Angels boxepants
Marant hoodie
Toteme sweatshirt
Vintage Sweatshirt - An RL one in there
Abstract jumper
Retro sweatshirt
Vintage collared sweater
Ducktales Tee
SpaceJam sweatshirt - getting this. Who wouldn't want this?!
Bugs Bunny sweatshirt
My Body My Choice Tee - Getting this. Obv.
Knitted Dress - Getting this in green and nude
Satin Shirt
Daisy Cardi

Thank you and GOODNIGHT.
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2020.08.16 00:07 Genprey Symbolism of Magia Record: The Cowardly Thief, Karin

Previous: The Assimilation of Ashley Taylor
For the purpose of better understanding certain parts of this section, I would suggest reading through Alina's sections (part 1 and part 2) if you haven't already. It's a lengthy read, but during this analysis, I will be comparing and contrasting Alina and Karin as fellow artists with different perspectives.
Also, the title sounds very mean-spirited, but my intention isn't to bully Karin. She's a sweet girl whose strawberry milk would be protected in my presence.
For a girl who doesn't come off as a major character, Karin Misono actually has a lot going on with her character. At some point while planning this, I thought I'd have to split this into 2 parts, but fortunately, I managed to collect all my thoughts together in a single and, hopefully, easy-to-read post.
I will, however, briefly go over what to anticipate while reading this. In the first part of this section, I'll cover Karin's appearance and discuss the origins of "Trick or Treating" and how Karin's character designer applied that to her. Following that, we will compare and contrast Karin and Alina, and this is where I'll be going back to my section on Alina. Further on in is a brief summary of Karin's MGS, where I will go over certain parts of Karin's personality/justification of her actions, as well as the perspective of "strength" from the views of Alina, Yachiyo, and Kaede + friends. Finally, I'll wrap things up with Karin's Doppel, which bundles all that we've learned together.

This is Halloween

Between being released as part of a Fall event and her general aesthetic/quirks, I'm going to use my detective brain and state that I believe Karin is themed off of Halloween. This intuitive guess is supported by Karin's transformation sequence, which can be taken as that of a girl dressing up for Halloween. The funny part about this is Karin looks a lot like a witch, which are the primary enemies to magical girls. Karin's appearance can be understood at a surface level, but there's also a bit more to take in if we were to dig into the origins of Trick or Treating. The practice is easy enough to understand, young people go door-to-door and demand that they retrieve candy. Upon dissatisfaction, these younguns would then, idealistically, perform mischief on the person who gave them a Heath bar. However, there's is a more interesting origin that also provides some extra clarity on Karin's own mischief.
Trick or Treating originated from the Middle Ages in Britain, where individuals would celebrate "Hallowmas" on November 1st through "Souling" and "Guising". When souling, individuals would walk to different homes and offer to say a prayer to each family. In return, they would receive food from each household the next day on November 2nd on "All Souls Day". Look back at Karin's transformation and you will see that she is praying, potentially referencing the ancient practice celebrated on Hallowmas.
"Guising" then refers to what we know as the main part of our Halloween: dressing up. Difference here is that, during Guising, individuals would specifically dress up as malevolent creatures and spirits and carry lanterns in order to guide actual evil spirits away from a home. As payment, these young people would be gifted cakes and sweets for their efforts. We see that Karin is dressed as a witch, which (ha) put into this context, suddenly makes a bit more sense. Looking at her 5 star card, Karin is surrounded by several purple spirits. She does not carry a lantern, however, her outfit is decked out with several stars (Soulgem) and lights, a recurring symbol of guidance, while her weapon, a scythe, is associated with the entity we know as the Grim Reaper, who guides the departed. It also serves as a nice broom, apparently. The color purple plays a large part in Karin's art as a color that is associated with mystery, magic, and, spiritually, the departure of fulfilled individuals into the realm of the dead.
As a final note here, Karin performs an example of "Souling" through her first interaction with Kaede, where she offers her a Grief Seed in exchange for a, very small, payment of pebbles. Given that Grief Seeds are used to cure the impurities gathered by a Magical Girl, we can interpret Karin's gift as having a similar purpose of praying, which provides one with spiritual healing.

The Artistic Purpose of Alina and Karin

Back in my section on Alina, I went over Alina's purpose and style in the field of art. Although Karin is also an artist, it is important to note that, much like real individuals within that profession, the two have wildly different forms of expression. Both are very creative girls, and, in Alina's case, she has a mastery of art that is praised by peers and professional appraisers alike. While her interests are morbid, Alina is very practical, and when presented a copy of Karin's manga, it took her awhile to comprehend the art and writing style. Karin, on the other hand, doesn't follow the same conventions as Alina, as seen in the drawings that appear at the start of her MGS. The way she draws other girls in a way that focuses more on an abstract and comical form of expression.
Looking back at Alina, we saw her in a slump after being heavily criticized for lacking a true purpose with her art, despite having the skill to attract many fans. Karin, while talented in her own right, is only modestly so. She isn't famous like Alina, but draws and enjoys manga as a way to express her thoughts and reach out to others. Alina and Karin's purpose as artists are metaphorically used in their stories as a means to represent their struggles that we see in their respective stories. In Karin's case, Magical Girl Kirin represents the persona Karin aspires to be and the source of justification for her weakness, but also strength and ability.

A Thief's Honor

During Karin's MGS, we learn that she is fairly weak magical girl. Having been beaten down by witches, Karin resigns herself to stealing Grief Seeds in order to survive. These events are what set Karin's perspective that her actions are just when they are used to help the weak. This dilemma is present in the stories of Robin Hood, who steals from the rich and gives to the poor, and for those who have played Persona 5, one of the major themes around the story was the justness of the Phantom Thieves, who were regarded as powerful figures representing the weak by some, but a band of vigilantes without any concept of due process by some others.
Stealing, in of itself, is viewed as wrong, but things get less clear when we consider specific scenarios. How incorrect is a person who loots as a desperate means of survival? Is equity an acceptable substitute in place of equality? Is Karin following what she truly believes, or are her thoughts a product of rationalization? Karin targets Yachiyo as a lonely girl who is independent at dealing with witches and gives to Kaede whom she regards as "pitiful". There is, of course, several issues with Karin's line of thinking, most particularly that, even though Yachiyo is very capable of defeating witches, she is not much less vulnerable to succumbing to defeat or despair. The dangers related to being a magical girl are the most unpredictable, and even if a girl is a strong fighter, they may encounter a witch with unpredictable abilities or, as we know of Yachiyo, suffer from trauma that leads to their Soulgems becoming tainted. Without any justification, Karin is just a thief, albeit one who is more misguided than malicious.

Perspectives of Good-Will and Strength

After getting caught by the very sly Yachiyo, Karin narrowly avoids getting a spanking from Mama Yachiyo for admitting to her actions and being well-intended. Yachiyo then states that Karin should learn to fight on her own to earn grief seeds that she could then use to support girls who are in need. As mentioned above, stealing should never be an alternative over one's own work and effort.
Fast-forward a bit to the next day, we see Alina critiquing Karin's work, being impressed by the main character's authenticity and will to improve herself. At this point, it is clear that this sub-plot in Karin's MGS actually ties into the main portion of her background, with the protagonist representing Karin, herself. For how insane and cruel Alina can be, she actually makes a good critic of Karin. Just as Karin is able to truly understand Alina, as we saw in her MGS, Alina recognizes Karin's dilemma as being parallel to her own, where her pursuit of self-improvement led to enlightenment and forward motion with her character.
This then takes us to Kaede, who is part of a group dynamic. As we can remember with her, Momoko, and Rena, the three girls are at their strongest when they are working together and able to cover each other's flaws. Not having a need for the Grief Seed stole from Yachiyo, she uses it on Karin before introducing her to Momoko and Rena. Karin is then allowed to join the trio, where they defeat a witch, and that's that! Karin finally solved her dilemma and no longer needs to steal to survive.
...is how this would have ended in any happy-go-lucky story. Here's the thing: while it is completely viable and healthy to form a team of magical girls to survive, survival wasn't the core issue Karin was facing, so much as discovering her own identity. By joining up with Kaede and gang, Karin now has the means to survive at the cost of stagnation when it comes to finding her own independence and strength. As Karin is represented by the character she writes in her stories, Alina becomes upset at her resignation, as her comfort sacrifices her individuality and personal beliefs. And thus, another carton of strawberry milk was sacrificed to Alina.

The Apple that Didn't Fall Far From the Tree

Karin idolizes her grandmother, being a woman who shared similar hobbies, but also experienced many hardships. However, Grandma Misono has 1 major issue: she suffers from kleptomania, or the intense and habitual urge to steal. As of now, kleptomania cannot be cured, rather, only mitigated through forms of repeated therapy. It should be noted that afflicted individuals are not malicious, and their stealing usually lacks motives related to personal gain, being founded solely on impulse.
During a conversation, we see Karin's mom completely fed up with grandma, stating that she is "trouble", however, Karin notes that she sees the good in her rolemodel and continues to spend time with her despite being discouraged. Going back to Hallowmas, Karin's wish resembles that of Souling and Guising, where she desired to "exorcise" her grandmother's personal demons.
As we know by now, wishes work in mysterious ways, so Karin's ability is ironic considering that she gained the power to steal by curing her grandmother's impulsiveness to steal. What's special, in this case, is that such a power can be wielded and put to good use. It is a power that is unique to Karin, who, with her creative nature as an artist, infuses her magic into pebbles and stones a witch to death. Karin's self-discovery would be represented by her protagonist who not only earns respect, but strawberry milk from Alina.
Simultaneously earning the strength to death witches, Karin has also lived up to the persona she aspired to be throughout her entire story.

Sean Con-- "McDougal", the Doppel of Larceny

The master of this Doppel is cowardly by nature, which is why she gave birth to this stubborn Doppel. It fears losing anything and is fixated on obtaining more. It shares it's proclivity for thievery with its master, and will pilfer anything it can get its hands on, even if those items belong to an ally. This Doppel is extremely greedy and refuses to give up on anything once it has it in its possession.
Karin's Doppel is...rather surprising, being a reference to an American film. Looking around, there were 2 notable McDougal that stuck out, one being an adult entertainer, who...I'm about 99% sure we can rule out, and the other being a famous thief portrayed by Sean Connery in the 1999 film Entrapment. McDougal was a notorious larcenist who planned to steal a valuable art-piece from a well-guarded museum. Along with McDougal was his partner, Gin, also a professional thief, the two sharing a similar dynamic as Alina and Karin as masters in their field. A recurring theme with McDougal was his tendency to steal indiscriminately, regardless of if you were his partner in crime or a random stranger.
The name of the movie was referenced in this scene where McDougal corrects Gin's definition of "entrapment" as being "something that comes to thieves". In the opening part of Karin's Doppel animation, we see what resembles a grappling hook (a tool famous for being used by thieves) manifest from Karin's finger (hence the idiom "sticky fingers", which refers to one who habitually steals), dragging down a type of cage that seemingly traps Karin. This could be a cheeky reference to this particular scene.
The cage is, more specifically, a mortsafe, devices that were invented as a means to prevent graverobbing. This was a major part of the early 19th century, where authorities didn't enforce the act, as some graverobbers included individuals who used stolen bodies as a means to advance science/medical discoveries. This justification resembles that of Karin stealing Grief Seeds, as the act was for a "good" cause.
Given the wheels on the back of McDougal's cage, the Doppel also resembles a chariot. This could be a reference to the Greek myth of Phaethon, who stole Helios's flaming chariot, which...didn't at all end well for him. Lacking the size of his father, Phaethon would lose control of the horse-drawn chariot, which threatened the Earth with sudden and rapid changes of intense burning and freezing. As a way to salvage the planet, Zeus struck the chariot down, causing the burning remains of the vehicle and Phaethon to crash down on the Earth. Representing this event, MacDougal sends down a hail of hand-drawn, flaming chariot wheels on its targets.
As stated in the description, Karin's Doppel is very greedy, to the point where it snags its name tag. This nature contrasts Karin's cowardice (hinted when she avoided trying to steal from Nanaka due to her being strong and in a group), in that it is incessant with the lengths it will go to to grab whatever it sets its eyes upon.
On an ending note, I always found it funny how Karin is constantly a victim of having her strawberry milk stolen from her by Alina.
Up next is The Duality of Nanaka, and following her is The Cover of Kako. I'll likely rapid-fire these 2 out this Sunday, as I'll likely be occupied farming the Summer event in FGO when it starts on Monday. After that, I'll continue on with Nanaka's group with Meiyui, finishing up with Akira.
I'm at the point with Rika where I feel comfortable enough to do her section after Nanaka's group, although I'm kicking myself a bit for not holding off on posting Ren's section so the two will be closer together, as their stories connect with one another.
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2019.02.22 15:18 LordIlthari Paladins: Order Undivided Part 36: Face of the Enemy

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Be Me, PalaDM, constructer of unnecessarily complicated doorknobs.
Be the Paladins of Order Undivided minus one, Julian the Proud, Senket the Diligent, Peregrin the Kind, Yndri the Patient, and Jort the Humble. Still reeling in the immediate aftermath of an attack that left a dozen of their kobold allies slain and their friend Kazador captured by a chain devil.
Julian and Senket watch enraged as the tunnel collapses behind the Kyton, leaving them unable to follow. The surviving Kyton, crippled by Julian, starts to slink away, but Yndri sees it and places an arrow through its ankle, pinning it to the ground.
Julian hears its scream and approaches, Vengeful Spirit in hand. He strikes the devil with the flat of the blade and throws it to the ground before placing his boot on its throat. “You devils love deals, don’t you.” He hisses through clenched teeth. “Here’s my one and only offer. Tell me where your partner is taking Kazador and I will send you back to the hells in as relatively painlessly a way as I can manage. Don’t, and I start burning pieces off until you talk, and then I destroy you, permanently.”
The devil opens its mouth to talk, when the stigmata on its hand flares into light again, burning red into the night. It speaks, but not with its own voice, but a deep, reptilian rasp, very much like Kazador’s, except like it’s coming from a mountain.
”The dragonborn is mine, son of Celestia, and I part not with my property lightly.” The Burning Lord speaks through his servant’s tongue. “You shall also be added to my collection, as will the elf. The halfling and devil will prove interesting bargaining chips, and the kobolds shall be slaughtered for their heresy against me. I shall occupy the abbey and rule over all these lands.”
”You royally suck at negotiation, or intimidation, whatever it is you’re trying to do.” Yndri says, crossing her arms.
”I am not negotiating. Merely informing you of the inevitable future that you might have time to prepare yourselves. Out of respect for your abilities and your service to me in destroying Cluny, I grant you this mercy.”
”You haven’t taken the abbey, or us yet.” Senket tells the voice.
”No. But I have determined that this is the outcome I desire, and what I desire I shall procure. Your skills and weapons are insufficient to defeat me. I have observed this as even that fearsome sword of yours is unable to pierce the creatures I gave life from my detritus. You will come for your friend, and I shall crush you. For this is my will.”
”We shall see.” Julian says coldly, before driving Vengeful Spirit into the devil’s face, killing it and breaking the connection.
The paladins regroup, heal up, and evaluate the situation. Fourteen kobolds are dead, almost all the eggs have been recovered intact and the supplies are still in fairly decent shape. They’re still a week from the abbey and Kazador is being dragged further and further away by the moment. Tensions are running high.
”You heard what he said, he’s after us and it’s only a matter of time before there’s another attack and more deaths!” Senket shouts at Julian as they discuss. “We should be getting Kaz back and bringing this foe down.”
”He also said he was going to wipe out the kobolds, and he was going to attack the abbey. If he decides to deal with that before us while we’re separated, then they’ll be defenseless. We don’t have a clue what he is or what he’s capable of. We can’t just rush in.” Julian counters. His voice is calm and icy cold, his face a calm mask, but clearly a mask.
”We have no choice but to rush in unless you plan on leaving Kaz to die!” Senket responds, getting up close in Julian’s face. The Aasimar snaps and hits her in the chest, not dealing any damage but throwing her back across the meeting ground. Senket goes for her mace and Julian his sword before Yndri and Jort phyisically hold them both back.
”Enough.” Peregrin commands them, hazel eyes dangerously sharp. He does not raise his voice, but that almost makes it worse. “We are not leaving Kazador to die. Nor are we going to rush in without a plan. Neither will we allow worry to drive us to such behaviors as this. Sit down.”
Even the stubborn tiefling and the rebellious aasimar stop, though they keep glaring daggers at one another. They sit, and Peregrin pours everyone some tea. Nobody touches it.
”It is obviously imperative that we both direct the kobolds back to Hearthfire and assemble its defenses. We must also pursue Kazador before the trail goes cold. As these two tasks require us to be in two places at once, it seems we must divide our forces.”
”I’ll lead them back and hold down the fort.” Jort says, and the others turn to him. “I’m the only one here with command experience in a siege and the best suited to getting the kobolds to coordinate if we’re attacked again.”
”You do realize if you’re attacked you’ll be all on your own.” Yndri cautions him.
”Acceptable. I might not be as good a fighter as the rest of you, but I can hold off an attack long enough for the kobolds to get away. Hells with my invisibility I might even survive it. You’re going to need as much firepower as possible if you’re going to get back Kaz, and I’m the weakest one here.” Jort admits.
”So be it.” Peregrin says with a grim nod. “Now, we need a way to track their movements, the tunnel probably isn’t that long, so if we can find the other exit we can track them from there.”
”I can help with that.” Urik says. The paladins aren’t exactly keeping a private conference, more akin to talking in a circle around a campfire with a whistling teapot in the middle, surrounded by kobolds. And I say akin in the way that someone might be akin to themselves.
”Tunnels, especially one like for big devil, take up space, disrupt ground above. Can track it if know what doing.” Urik explains.
”Right. There’s a plan then. Gather supplies, report to the matriarch, and get ready, we move out in less than an hour.” Peregrin orders, and they jump to it.
In less than half an hour, they are ready to go, and set out, following Urik as he in turn follows the trail. It’s slow going though, and the tunnel goes on far longer than expected. It isn’t until after the sun has risen, past its zeinith, and begun to set again that they find the exit to the tunnel.
”This not possible to dig this quickly.” Urik says, looking over it tiredly. “They cheated!” He pouts, wavering unsteadily on his feet.
The party aren’t doing that well either. They all are quite groggy and have pounding headaches from exhaustion. The slow, tedious work of finding and tracking the tunnel has worn on them a great deal. Even their mounts look tired.
”Right. Yndri. Tracks,” Senket says, still forcing herself to stand up despite her exhaustion. Yndri shakes her head though.
”New moon, not enough, enough…” She snaps her fingers three times. “Light. Yes, not enough light to… to track by.” Sleep, or trance deprivation as it is, has taken its toll on her ability to produce coherent thoughts.
”Wait, wait… “ Peregrin says before he begins to yawn. The adrenaline is run out, and now all that is left is tired and scared and stressed.
”Right… I can make light.” Julian says as he holds up a flickering orb of indigo. It looks like a lightbulb on its last legs and about to go out.
”Right. Tracks.” Yndri says, bending to look. Her vision is blury. She sees the tracks but they don’t make any sense. The grass looks very comfortable though. Her vision blurs, and she drifts off into trance unintentionally in a kneeling position.
”Shit. Julian. Magic?” Senket asks wearily. Julian shakes his head.
”Barely holding light up. Shouldn’t be this tired already. Hungry too. Stra- straaaaaaanzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz…” Julian says before he falls asleep into the mud and the light goes out.
Senket looks to Peregrin, who is also already collapsed, curled up into a ball. She looks around and finds it very strange. Yndri said it was dark, but… what lights?
Senket looks beffudled at the swirling faerie green lights all around her, like fireflies but brighter, and all leaving trails of sparkling dust.
The tiny fey chuckle softly to themselves, whisking around to drape blankets of pine needles over the sleeping party, stopping briefly only to whisk away a few shiny baubles here and there from Julian’s components that they fancy. The faeries aren’t malicious, in fact they’re exceedingly smug and self satisfied that their pranks actually helped someone for once.
Well, helped them from their point of view. Keep going that way and you’ll run into the chain monster and the very loud fire breathing thing it’s carrying with it.
The party awakens later, finding themselves wrapped in the faerie blankets and with food and drink set out before them. Fortunately, none of them are foolish enough to eat fey food, and so they distribute jerky and apples so they can eat on the road.
Yndri finds the devil’s trail remarkably easily. A huge bald monster wrapped in chains carrying a five hundred pound dragonborn is hardly stealthy even when they want to be. The trail leads southwards and east, away from the coast and back towards the mountains.
The party moves as fast as they can while keeping up the trail, stopping neither to rest nor to eat. Even Peregrin doesn’t raise a complaint as they keep going past lunch, past tea, and past dinner without break.
They pass through a long dominion of the Seelie fey, watched by many a cloaked faerie and hidden satyr. The merry folk look on curiously, but with the coming of the devil and the grim air around the party, none are quite courageous or foolish enough to waylay them with a prank or an unbirthday party or anything so ridiculous.
As the sun begins to set, the party hears a change in the woods. They become quieter, the fair folk long vanished even from corners of eyes and sideways glances. First that, then the sound of animals cease almost to a whisper. Then the birds stop singing. Then it is deadly quiet.
Until they summit one last hill and look down from the deathly still border into the dominion of the Burning Lord. A scorched vale spanning from a mountain in the south across every foothill in a dozen miles. Every tree has been burnt to the ground, which is white like winter’s snow with ash.
Nothing lives, nothing walks the barren land. There is no real solid border to destruction, no apparent pattern or point. It is as though a child took a magnifying glass that spanned the firmament and burnt the earth like an ant or spider, just to watch it burn.
Or perhaps as though a particularly angsty teenager got their hands on approximately one Apocalypse Now worth of napalm and decided to rebel against existence itself while listening to a lot, and I mean a lot of Linkin Park.
Kazador did in fact regain consciousness once during his journey. Upon doing so he attempted to blast the devil with fire. When this failed, he proceeded to bitch out the devil with such language that if I repeat it, I’m getting banned from this site and put on several different lists.
Fortunately for Kazador, the NSA are not monitoring him, not that they’d need to wiretap him. His tirade is sufficiently loud to shake the trees, cause ripples in streams and ponds forty feet away, and make a devil accustomed to the constant screams of the damned annoyed enough that the Kyton simply strangles him unconscious and does not permit him to regain consciousness until they arrive.
When Kaz finally does regain consciousness, he does so with a pounding headache and generally shitty outlook on life due to repeated strangulation, blunt force trauma, losing most of the skin on one of his arms, and worst of all, alcohol withdrawal.
The room he is in is pitch dark, and he’s hanging upside down, still wrapped in chains. He can’t tell where he is, where the floor is, where the ceiling is, or where the walls are. What he can tell is that he’s not alone, there’s another being in the room, one with an incredibly powerful presence.
The room is hot, but not so much as to be uncomfortable for the flameborn paladin, and there are distinct smells. The solid tinge of hard rock, probably granite, and in similar measure the distinct metallic scent of precious metals, gold, silver, platinum even. There is also the distinct reek of brimstone, strongest around the chains.
Worst though is a smell that sets Kaz’s reptile brain spinning. It is a strong, heavy, sooty smell, like the smoke from a wood burning fire, but bears with it an animal musk. Kaz has a very bad feeling about what exactly he’s been caught by.
”Greetings, Kazador Glamdring, welcome to my lair.” The Burning Lord speaks, in perfect draconic.
”If welcome to you means being strung up like a slab of meat and not offered a drink and a seat then I have some strong words for whoever raised you.” Kazador remarks back. The Burning Lord chuckles and Kazador drops, landing with a clatter and clink on a pile of gold.
Kaz gets to his feet, his weapons are gone, but he still has his armor. The pile of valuables he’s landed in just adds another fact to the list which is pointing towards a seriously worrying conclusion.
”Ah yes, where are my manners. I am afraid I was not as… educated in the fineries of dwarven etiquette as you were little cousin.” The Lord says with a tone that says he’s smirking ear to ear.
”Dwarven has nothing to do with it, unless you’re a bat keeping your guests upright is just common sense, as is inviting them with a letter or a messenger, not a beating.” Kaz says, still looking around, trying to figure out where exactly the voice is coming from.
”Common sense is for lesser beings.” The voice chuckles arrogantly. “That and service.”
”So what, you’ve dragged me here to organize your gold hoard or fight for you? You know my name, but if you knew a damned thing about me you’d know you should have saved the time and killed me.” Kazador responds defiantly.
”Well, yes and no. I don’t really expect you to do anything, except give me some interesting data and possibly die in an amusing manner. You’re the closest thing this land has had to a proper life form in a few centuries, and testing needs be done. That and to draw the rest of the lab rats and toys after you.”
”You mean my friends? Hah, you’re going to regret that.”
”An angel’s son to feed to the hells, a halfling to give to the fey, an elven maid for my plaything, oh, and the devil…” The burning lord laughs, long, hard, and cruelly. “Oh, she will be most entertaining and useful on top of that.”
Kazador blazes with rage, glowing bright red in the dark, so hot is his fury that his mouth foams and the foam turns to steam, the golden hoard he stands upon begins to melt and Blugle, still in his flask, begins to uncomfortably bubble.
The burning lord laughs all the harder for it, taking sadistic pleasure from riling the dragonborn up. “What magnificent rage! No wonder Cluny never stood a chance. Of all the insects I have encountered, you burn brighter than any.” He cackles, delighted to see it. “It is truly impressive, for a pathetic imitation.”
”Ah’m nae imitating anything.” Kazador snarls, his blue eyes violet with bloodwrath. “Come out o’ the dark, an’ ah’ll show you just how got this really burns.”
”Interesting. Very well, I will come out.” The Burning Lord says, and the cavern is lit in scarlet, as the temperature jumps to the interior of a blast furnace.
Kazador shields his eyes from the sudden light, and falls to a knee in the gold as it begins to liquify around him. His scales smoke and steam, as he looks up at a head as big as he is.
Avernius, the Burning Lord stands before him atop his horde. A massive red dragon, not quite yet into the prime of adulthood but far larger than any juvenile, glowing brightly with its own internal heat. An indigo eye, the size of Kazador’s head regards him, like an open cauldron of hellfire. Avernius reaches up with a talon as long as a gladius and lifts Kaz’s face upwards.
The scales and flesh beneath warp, melt, and scar like under a branding iron as the talon forces the paladin’s head up. Kaz looks at a head and in some distant corner of his mind thinks how he really does look like a dragon, he’s quite handsome actually. He is also delirious from the heat.
The intense heat given off by Avernius makes the air shimmer around him, as though Kaz was looking at the dragon through a pool of water. Water, that would be nice right about now. Kaz looks up and sees the dragon’s wings. These are cooler, and can be seen clearly. Wings. Wings, wait, where are his wings?
The dragon is monologuing again. Kaz doesn’t particularly care. His eyes droop and roll to the side. His cloak is gone. Bastards stole it. That’s another grudge. Were his shoulder scales always that thick? Strange. Strange. Why is it getting dark, is the dragon done showing off?
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2018.11.26 15:44 burlyprotector All FilmStruck movies that will disappear Nov. 29


With FilmStruck three days away from ending, I know that lots of you--like me--will want to take note of all the rare streaming movies you missed. I have a blog about hard to find movies (Hidden Films) and it's bad enough I miss so many rare films screened at MoMA, Lincoln Center, etc.; now this, too!
Stay tuned for details on WHERE you can watch these movies (if at all) once they expire.
Here is the list (FilmStruck movies only; I'm working on a list of the Criterion streaming offerings, though I saw an announcement that Criterion is planning a new streaming service: https://www.criterion.com/current/posts/6044-new-independent-criterion-channel-to-launch-spring-2019
Filmstruck movies:
  1. (The [End) of History Illusion): Miu Miu Women's Tales #14 (short)
  2. 2 Days in Paris
  3. 2010
  4. 3 Godfathers
  5. 4 for Texas
  6. A Brief History of Time
  7. A Brighter Summer Day
  8. A Christmas Carol (1938)
  9. A Guy Named Joe
  10. A Hard Day's Night
  11. A Life of Her Own
  12. A Man Escaped
  13. A Mighty Wind
  14. A Modern Coed
  15. A Page of Madness
  16. A Room with a View
  17. A Simple Curve
  18. A Society Sensation
  19. A Song is Born
  20. A Special Day
  21. A Star is Born (1954)
  22. A Star is Born (1937)
  23. A Star is Born (1976)
  24. A Stolen Life
  25. A Touch of Zen
  26. A Walk in the Sun
  27. A Woman of Affairs
  28. ABBA: The Movie
  29. Across the Universe
  30. Action in the North Atlantic
  31. Adam's Rib
  32. Aimée and Jaguar
  33. Alan & Naomi
  34. Alice Adams
  35. Alice In The Cities
  36. Alice's Mysterious Mystery
  37. All Through the Night (1942)
  38. An Angel at My Table (1990)
  39. An Ideal Husband (1937)
  40. Anchors Aweigh
  41. Ankur
  42. Ann Vickers
  43. Anna Boleyn (1920)
  44. Annie Oakley (1935)
  45. Ariel (1989)
  46. Arrowed
  47. Arsenic and Old Lace
  48. Ashes and Diamonds
  49. Au Revoir Les Enfants
  50. Auntie Mame
  51. Baby Doll
  52. Bachelor in Paradise
  53. Back to Bataan
  54. Ball of Fire
  55. Ballad of a Soldier
  56. Battleground (1949)
  57. Being There
  58. Beloved Enemy
  59. Berlin Express
  60. Beyond the Rocks
  61. Bhumika
  62. Bicycle Thieves
  63. Big Jim McLain
  64. Billy Budd
  65. Billy Liar
  66. Billy Rose's Jumbo
  67. Black Hand
  68. Black Legion
  69. Blaise Pascal
  70. Blood and Sand
  71. Blossoms in the Dust
  72. Blue (1993)
  73. Bobby Bumps Starts for School
  74. Boccaccio '70
  75. Body Heat
  76. Boiling Point (1990)
  77. Bold King Cole
  78. Bonnie Prince Charlie
  79. Brainstorm
  80. Bringing Up Baby
  81. Broadway Rhythm
  82. Bulldog Drummond
  83. Bullitt
  84. Bundle of Joy
  85. Butter Lamp
  86. Cabaret
  87. Camille (1921)
  88. Capricorn One
  89. Captains Courageous
  90. Caravaggio
  91. Carnival of Souls
  92. Cartesius: Part 1 (a.k.a. Descartes)
  93. Cartesius: Part 2 (a.k.a. Descartes)
  94. Cartoons on Tour
  95. Cash McCall
  96. Cat People (1942)
  97. Chariots of Fire
  98. Charlotte Gray
  99. Chevalier
  100. Christopher Strong
  101. Chronicle of a Summer
  102. Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach
  103. Cimarron
  104. Citizen Kane
  105. Claire's Knee
  106. Cluny Brown
  107. Colonel Heeza Liar, Detective
  108. Coma
  109. Come and See (1985)
  110. Conquest (1937)
  111. Conquest of the Air
  112. Convoy
  113. Cool Hand Luke
  114. Crime School
  115. Crisis: Behind a Presidential Commitment (1963)
  116. Crossing Delancey
  117. Cry Terror!
  118. Daleks - Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.
  119. Dance, Girl, Dance
  120. Dangerous Liaisons (1988)
  121. Dangerous When Wet
  122. Darby's Rangers
  123. Darling
  124. David Copperfield (1935)
  125. Day for Night
  126. Days of Glory
  127. Dead End (1937)
  128. Dead Ringer (1964)
  129. Dead Ringers
  130. Deathtrap
  131. December 7th (1943 short)
  132. Demon Seed
  133. Derek (2008)
  134. Desert Hearts
  135. Destination Tokyo
  136. Deux hommes dans Manhattan
  137. Dial M for Murder
  138. Die Austernprinzessin
  139. Dinky Doodle in Just Spooks
  140. 1925
  141. Dinky Doodle in Just Spooks (short)
  142. Dinky Doodle in Lost and Found (short)
  143. Divorce Italian Style
  144. Doctor Zhivago
  145. Dog Eat Dog
  146. Donnie Brasco
  147. Don’t Look Back
  148. Dov’é la libertà…?
  149. Down in the Delta
  150. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941)
  151. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1932)
  152. Dr. Who and the Daleks
  153. Dreamscape
  154. Drugstore Cowboy
  155. Duchess of Idaho
  156. Easter Parade
  157. Easy Living
  158. Eat Drink Man Woman
  159. Edge of Darkness
  160. Edward II
  161. Edward, My Son
  162. Einstein's Universe
  163. El Topo
  164. Elephant Boy
  165. En rachâchant
  166. Enchanted April
  167. Enchantment (1948)
  168. Endless Poetry
  169. Europa
  170. Europa '51
  171. Europe '51
  172. Evil Under the Sun
  173. Experiment Perilous
  174. Eyes Do Not Want to Close at All Times...
  175. Eyes of Youth
  176. Faces of November
  177. Fando and Lis
  178. Far from the Madding Crowd
  179. Farewell, My Lovely (1975)
  180. Fast Company
  181. Fat, Bald, Short Man
  182. Fear (1954)
  183. Fear of a Black Hat
  184. Felix Comes Back
  185. Fermat's Room
  186. Fireman Save My Child (short)
  187. Fireworks
  188. Floating Weeds
  189. Forget Me Not
  190. Four Weddings and a Funeral
  191. Frankenstein Created Woman
  192. Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed!
  193. Frisco Jenny
  194. Full Moon in Paris
  195. Gaslight
  196. General Della Rovere
  197. Germany Year Zero
  198. Gimme Shelter
  199. Girlfriends (1978)
  200. Glastonbury Fayre
  201. Goke, Body Snatcher from Hell
  202. Good News (1947)
  203. Goodbye, Mr. Chips
  204. Green Dolphin Street
  205. Grey Gardens
  206. Gunga Din
  207. Hamlet (1996)
  208. Hamsun
  209. Harlan County, U.S.A.
  210. Harlan: In the Shadow of Jew Süss
  211. Harnessed Rhythm
  212. He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not
  213. He Who Gets Slapped
  214. Heaven Can Wait (1943)
  215. Heroes for Sale
  216. High Sierra
  217. High Society
  218. Higher and Higher
  219. History Is Made at Night
  220. Hitler's Hollywood
  221. Holiday Affair
  222. Honeysuckle Rose
  223. Honky Tonk (1941)
  224. Horror of Dracula
  225. Hot-Toe Mollie
  226. Hotel
  227. Hour of the Wolf
  228. House (1977)
  229. Human Voice (short film)
  230. Hydrangea
  231. I Am Sam
  232. I Dood It
  233. I Never Sang for My Father
  234. I Remember Mama
  235. I Walked With A Zombie
  236. Ich möchte kein Mann sein
  237. In the Good Old Summertime
  238. India: Matri Bhumi
  239. Indiscretion of an American Wife
  240. Inside Daisy Clover
  241. Insignificance
  242. Insomnia (1997)
  243. Interview with Salvador Allende: Power and Reason
  244. Into the West
  245. Invitation to the Dance
  246. Isle of the Dead
  247. It Happened in Brooklyn
  248. It Happened on 5th Avenue
  249. It's All Right, It's Ok
  250. It's Always Fair Weather
  251. Italian for Beginners
  252. Ivan's Childhood
  253. Jaguar (1967)
  254. James Stewart, Robert Mitchum: The Two Faces of America
  255. Jar City
  256. Je tu il elle
  257. Jezebel (1938)
  258. Jigoku
  259. Johnny Eager
  260. Journey to Italy
  261. Joy of Living
  262. Jubilee
  263. Jungle Book
  264. Just Another Girl on the I.R.T.
  265. Kaos
  266. Karen Cries on the Bus
  267. Keep Your Powder Dry
  268. Keeper of the Flame
  269. Kidnapped (1948)
  270. King Kong
  271. Kings of the Road
  272. Koko Sees Spooks
  273. Kramer vs. Kramer
  274. Kuroneko
  275. Kwaidan
  276. L'amore (1948)
  277. L'Atalante
  278. L.A. Woman (Leningrad Cowboys video)
  279. La Chasse au Lion a l'arc
  280. La Collectionneuse
  281. La Cérémonie
  282. La Grande Vadrouille
  283. La Haine
  284. La Jetée
  285. La Punition
  286. La Terra Trema
  287. Lacombe, Lucien
  288. Laugh, Clown, Laugh
  289. Le Cercle Rouge
  290. Le Deuxième Souffle
  291. Le Havre
  292. Le Magnifique
  293. Le Samouraï
  294. Le Silence de la Mer
  295. Leningrad Cowboys Go America
  296. Leningrad Cowboys Meet Moses
  297. Les Enfants Terribles
  298. Les Girls
  299. Les maîtres fous
  300. Let's Spend the Night Together
  301. Letter Never Sent
  302. Lianna
  303. Life with Father
  304. Lightning Sketches
  305. Lili (1953)
  306. Lilly Turner
  307. Little Women (1933)
  308. Lon Chaney: Behind the Mask
  309. London After Midnight
  310. Looker
  311. Love (1927)
  312. Love Affair (1994)
  313. Love Affair
  314. Love Finds Andy Hardy
  315. Love in the Afternoon
  316. Love in the Time of Cholera
  317. Love Me or Leave Me
  318. Lucky Partners
  319. Ma (2015)
  320. Madame Bovary
  321. Madame Curie
  322. Mafioso
  323. Magnet of Doom
  324. Major Dundee
  325. Mammy Water
  326. Man Bites Dog
  327. Mandi
  328. Marius
  329. Marriage - Italian Style
  330. Mary of Scotland
  331. Mata Hari
  332. McCabe & Mrs. Miller
  333. Meet Me in Las Vegas
  334. Meet Me in St. Louis
  335. Miao Miao
  336. Midnight Mary
  337. Mikey and Nicky
  338. Minutes, Episode 1: The Robbery
  339. Minutes, Episode 2: Marty <3 Katie
  340. Minutes, Episode 3: Parent Teacher
  341. Minutes, Episode 4: Cory Comes to Christmas
  342. Minutes, Episode 5: The Stop
  343. Minutes, Episode 6: Native Stand Up
  344. Mockery
  345. Moi, Un Noir
  346. Mona Lisa
  347. Monsieur Hulot's Holiday
  348. Moran of the Lady Letty
  349. Morning Glory (1933)
  350. Moses and Aaron
  351. Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House
  352. Mr. Lucky
  353. Mr. Wu
  354. Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter
  355. Mrs. Miniver
  356. Mrs. Parkington
  357. Mrs. Soffel
  358. Murder Ahoy
  359. Murder at the Gallop
  360. Murder Most Foul
  361. Murder She Said
  362. Mutiny on the Bounty
  363. My Brilliant Career
  364. My Favorite Wife
  365. My Night At Maud's
  366. Münchhausen
  367. Nadja in Paris
  368. Neapolitan Carousel
  369. Nenette et Boni
  370. Never So Few
  371. Night Nurse
  372. Ninotchka
  373. Nishant
  374. None but the Brave
  375. North by Northwest
  376. Not Reconciled
  377. Nothing Sacred
  378. Ocean's 11 (1960)
  379. Odd Man Out
  380. Of Mice and Men (1939)
  381. Olympia Part One: Festival of the Nations
  382. Olympia Part Two: Festival of Beauty
  383. On Approval
  384. On Golden Pond
  385. Once Upon a Tractor (part of TV series)
  386. Onibaba
  387. Operation Pacific
  388. Our Time
  389. Out of the Past
  390. Outrageous!
  391. Overlord
  392. Paisan
  393. Panama Hattie
  394. Pandora and the Flying Dutchman
  395. Papillon
  396. Paradise
  397. Paris Was a Woman
  398. Passage to Marseille
  399. Pat and Mike
  400. Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid
  401. Pelle the Conqueror
  402. Penelope
  403. People of the Wind
  404. Peppermint Frappe
  405. Performance
  406. Period of Adjustment
  407. Personal Best
  408. Pete's Haunted House
  409. Petit à petit
  410. Pi
  411. Placido
  412. Please Don't Eat the Daisies
  413. Portnoy's Complaint
  414. Portrait of Jason
  415. Presentation, or Charlotte and Her Steak
  416. Pride and Prejudice (1940)
  417. Primary
  418. Private Screenings: Liza Minnelli
  419. Quadrophenia
  420. Quick Change
  421. Ran (Kurosawa)
  422. Random Harvest
  423. Rebels of the Neon God
  424. Rembrandt
  425. Requiem for a Dream
  426. Rich and Famous
  427. Ride the High Country
  428. Rocky VI (Leningrad Cowboys music video)
  429. Rome Open City
  430. Romeo and Juliet (1936)
  431. Room for One More
  432. Rude Boy
  433. Running on Empty
  434. Safe in Hell
  435. Safety Last!
  436. Saint Ralph
  437. Salvatore Giuliano (1962)
  438. Salvo
  439. Sanders of the River
  440. Scandal at Scourie
  441. Scandal in Sorrento
  442. Scarecrow
  443. Scents and Nonsense (short)
  444. Sebastiane
  445. Set Me Free
  446. Seven Beauties
  447. Shadows in Paradise
  448. Shame (1968)
  449. Show Boat
  450. Si Nos Dejan (short film)
  451. Singin' in the Rain
  452. Skulls and Sculls
  453. Slick Sleuths
  454. Slightly Dangerous
  455. Small Town Girl (1936)
  456. So Big
  457. Socrates
  458. Sonatine
  459. Song of Love
  460. Sophia Loren: Live from the TCM Classic Film Festival
  461. Sophie's Choice
  462. Springtime
  463. Stage Door
  464. Stagecoach
  465. Stars in My Crown
  466. Step Lively
  467. Stepping Out
  468. Stingaree
  469. Stolen Moments (1920)
  470. Strange Brew
  471. Strange Glory (1938 short film)
  472. Street Smart
  473. Stromboli
  474. Stroszek
  475. Studio One in Hollywood: Dark Possession
  476. Studio One in Hollywood: Pontius Pilate
  477. Studio One in Hollywood: The Arena
  478. Studio One in Hollywood: The Strike
  479. Studio One in Hollywood: Twelve Angry Men
  480. Suddenly (1954)
  481. Summer Interlude
  482. Summer of '42
  483. Summer Stock
  484. Summertime
  485. Sumurun
  486. Sunflower (1970)
  487. Sunrise at Campobello
  488. Sure-Locked Homes (short film)
  489. Susan Slept Here
  490. Suspicion
  491. Suzanne's Career
  492. Sweet Bird of Youth
  493. Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song
  494. Swing Fever
  495. Sylvia Scarlett
  496. Tampopo
  497. Tell It to the Marines
  498. Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon
  499. Tell No Tales
  500. That Forsyte Woman
  501. That Hamilton Woman
  502. That Uncertain Feeling
  503. The Ace of Hearts
  504. The Adventures of Prince Achmed
  505. The African Queen
  506. The Age of the Medici - Episode 1: The Exile of Cosimo
  507. The Age of the Medici - Episode 2: The Power of Cosimo
  508. The Age of the Medici - Episode 3: Leon Battista Alberti:...
  509. The Americanization of Emily
  510. The Ascent (1976)
  511. The Audition (2012)
  512. The Awful Truth
  513. The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
  514. The Bakery Girl of Monceau
  515. The Ballad of Cable Hogue
  516. The Barkleys of Broadway
  517. The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1957)
  518. The Bells Go Down
  519. The Best Intentions
  520. The Best Years of Our Lives
  521. The Big Sleep (1978)
  522. The Bishop's Wife
  523. The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant
  524. The Black Stallion (1979)
  525. The Blob (1958)
  526. The Body Snatcher (1945)
  527. The Bomb Idea
  528. The Boys From Brazil
  529. The Bridegroom, The Actress, and The Pimp (short film)
  530. The Burning Hills
  531. The Candidate
  532. The Cassandra Crossing
  533. The Catered Affair
  534. The Champ (1931)
  535. The Cincinnati Kid
  536. The Circus (1920); short film
  537. The Commissar
  538. The Conquering Power
  539. The Corsican Brothers
  540. The Cowboy and the Lady
  541. The Cranes Are Flying
  542. The Cross of Lorraine
  543. The Curse of Frankenstein
  544. The Dance of Reality (2013)
  545. The Day the Ponies Come Back
  546. The Deadly Companions
  547. The Devil's Bride
  548. The Devils (1971)
  549. The Doll (1919)
  550. The Drowning Pool
  551. The Drum (1938)
  552. The Element of Crime
  553. The Emigrants (1971)
  554. The Fable of the Jolly Rounders
  555. The Face Behind the Mask
  556. The Farmerette
  557. The FBI Story
  558. The First Deadly Sin
  559. The Flame and the Arrow
  560. The Flowers of St. Francis
  561. The Fountain (2006)
  562. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1921)
  563. The Fresh Lobster
  564. The Front Page (1931)
  565. The Gazebo
  566. The Getaway (1972)
  567. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest
  568. The Girl Who Played with Fire
  569. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
  570. The Glass Slipper
  571. The Gold of Naples
  572. The Goldwyn Follies
  573. The Grasshopper
  574. The Great Dictator
  575. The Great Escape
  576. The Great Train Robbery
  577. The Green Ray
  578. The Happy Years
  579. The Haunted Hotel (short film)
  580. The Haunted Ship
  581. The Headless Woman
  582. The Helen Morgan Story
  583. The Hidden Fortress
  584. The Holly and the Ivy
  585. The Holy Mountain
  586. The Honeymoon Killers
  587. The Honeymoon Machine
  588. The House I Live In
  589. The Hudsucker Proxy
  590. The Human Pyramid
  591. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923)
  592. The Incredible Stranger (1942)
  593. The Jazz Singer (1927)
  594. The Kid from Brooklyn
  595. The King Without a Crown
  596. The Kiss (1929)
  597. The Last Metro
  598. The Last of England (1988)
  599. The Last Seduction
  600. The Leopard Man
  601. The Lion in Winter
  602. The Little Foxes
  603. The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner
  604. The Long Voyage Home
  605. The Lusty Men
  606. The Machine That Kills Bad People
  607. The Mackintosh Man
  608. The Madwoman of Chaillot
  609. The Magician (1958)
  610. The Magnificent Seven
  611. The Man Between
  612. The Man in the Barn
  613. The Man in the Iron Mask
  614. The Man Upstairs
  615. The Man Who Came to Dinner
  616. The Man Who Fell to Earth
  617. The Man with the Golden Arm
  618. The Master of Ballantrae
  619. The Match Factory Girl
  620. The Mating Game
  621. The Merry Widow (1934)
  622. The Milkman (1930)
  623. The Miniver Story
  624. The Miracle of Marcelino
  625. The Mirror Crack'd
  626. The Mother (2012)
  627. The Mountains of Mourne
  628. The Mummy (1959)
  629. The Mysterious Lady (1928)
  630. The New Land (1972)
  631. The Night of the Hunter
  632. The North Star
  633. The Ocean Waif
  634. The Omega Man
  635. The Other Side of Hope
  636. The Ouija Board (1920)
  637. The Outrage
  638. The Passage (2018)
  639. The Passion of Anna
  640. The Penalty (1920)
  641. The Phantom of the Opera (1925)
  642. The Philadelphia Story
  643. The Picture of Dorian Gray
  644. The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)
  645. The Prisoner of Zenda
  646. The Private Life of Don Juan
  647. The Private Life of Henry VIII
  648. The Prize
  649. The Public Enemy (1931)
  650. The Pumpkin Race
  651. The Purchase Price
  652. The Rack (1956)
  653. The Racket (1928)
  654. The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone
  655. The Sea Gull (1968)
  656. The Sea of Grass
  657. The Seduction of Mimi
  658. The Seventh Seal
  659. The Seventh Veil
  660. The Ship That Died
  661. The Shop Around the Corner
  662. The Shopworn Angel
  663. The Silver Cord
  664. The Singing Nun
  665. The Sleeping Beauty (2010)
  666. The Sorrow and the Pity (Part 1)
  667. The Sorrow and the Pity (Part 2)
  668. The Spirit of the Beehive
  669. The Squall (1929)
  670. The Star (1953)
  671. The Sterile Cuckoo
  672. The Story of "The Jonker Diamond"
  673. The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle
  674. The Strange Love of Martha Ivers
  675. The Stratton Story
  676. The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg
  677. The Taking of Power by Louis XIV
  678. The Taste of Others
  679. The Tempest (1979)
  680. The Temptress (1926)
  681. The Tender Trap
  682. The Thin Man (1934)
  683. The Thomas Crown Affair (1968)
  684. The Three Musketeers (1948)
  685. The Time Machine (1960)
  686. The Trojan Women
  687. The Unholy Three
  688. The Unsinkable Molly Brown
  689. 1964
  690. The Unsinkable Molly Brown
  691. The Valley of Decision
  692. The Vampire Bat
  693. The Virgin Spring
  694. The War Room (1993)
  695. The Watermelon Woman
  696. The White Cliffs Of Dover
  697. The Wild Bunch
  698. The Wildcat (1921)
  699. The Wind Journeys
  700. The Wings of Eagles
  701. The Witch's Cat
  702. The Wonderful, Horrible Life of Leni Riefenstahl
  703. The Yearling
  704. The Young Girls of Rochefort
  705. The Young Philadelphians
  706. The Young Rajah
  707. Theodora Goes Wild
  708. These Boots (1993)
  709. These Three (1936)
  710. They Drive by Night
  711. They Were Expendable
  712. Things To Come (1936)
  713. Third Finger, Left Hand
  714. This Is Spinal Tap
  715. This Man's Navy
  716. Those Were the Days
  717. Thousands Cheer
  718. Three Godfathers (1936)
  719. Three Little Words (1950)
  720. Three Resurrected Drunkards
  721. Through A Glass Darkly
  722. Thru the Wire
  723. Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!
  724. Till the Clouds Roll By
  725. Time After Time
  726. Time Bandits
  727. Titanic (1943)
  728. To Be or Not to Be (1942)
  729. Tokaido Yotsuya kaidan
  730. Too Bad She's Bad
  731. Top Secret Affair (1957)
  732. Torrent (1926)
  733. Total Balalaika Show
  734. Track 29
  735. Trainspotting
  736. Travels With My Aunt
  737. Treasure Island (1934)
  738. Treasure Island (1972)
  739. Trikal
  740. Tristana
  741. Tropical Malady
  742. True Stories
  743. Two Arabian Knights
  744. Two Girls and a Sailor
  745. Two Weeks with Love
  746. Two Women
  747. Un Flic (1972)
  748. Under the Blossoming Cherry Trees
  749. Under the Volcano
  750. Undercurrent
  751. Unholy Three
  752. Until They Sail
  753. Vacation From Marriage
  754. Vingt-quatre heures de la vie d'un clown
  755. Violent Cop
  756. Virtuous Sinners
  757. Véronique and Her Dunce
  758. Walkabout (1971)
  759. Walking and Talking
  760. War Requiem
  761. Warrendale
  762. Wedding Rehearsal
  763. West of Zanzibar
  764. Westward the Women
  765. Westworld
  766. What Price Hollywood?
  767. When Ladies Meet
  768. Where East Is East
  769. Wichita (1955)
  770. Wild Boys of the Road
  771. Wild Strawberries
  772. Without Limits (1998)
  773. Without Love (1945)
  774. Wittgenstein
  775. Woman of the Year
  776. Words and Music
  777. Wot a Night
  778. Wrong Move (1975)
  779. Wuthering Heights (1939)
  780. Yankee Doodle Dandy
  781. Yentl
  782. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
  783. Yi Yi
  784. Young Cassidy
  785. Ziegfeld Follies
  786. Ziegfeld Girl

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2018.11.26 02:56 burlyprotector List of all FilmStruck streaming movies (as of Nov 25, 2018)

With FilmStruck three days away from ending, I know that lots of you--like me--will want to take note of all the rare streaming movies you missed. I have a blog about hard to find movies (Hidden Films) and it's bad enough I miss so many rare films screened at MoMA, Lincoln Center, etc.; now this, too!
Anyway, I know there's a bunch on here that can otherwise only be seen at college film libraries or perhaps third party DVD sites; stay tuned for more details on WHERE you can find the most obscure of these movies. But for now, here is the list (FilmStruck movies only; I'm working on a list of the Criterion streaming offerings, though I saw an announcement that Criterion is planning a new streaming service: https://www.criterion.com/current/posts/6044-new-independent-criterion-channel-to-launch-spring-2019

Filmstruck movies:

1. (The \[End) of History Illusion): Miu Miu Women's Tales #14 2. 2 Days in Paris 3. 2010 4. 3 Godfathers 5. 4 for Texas 6. A Brief History of Time 7. A Brighter Summer Day 8. A Christmas Carol (1938) 9. A Guy Named Joe 10. A Hard Day's Night 11. A Life of Her Own 12. A Man Escaped 13. A Mighty Wind 14. A Modern Coed 15. A Page of Madness 16. A Room with a View 17. A Simple Curve 18. A Society Sensation 19. A Song is Born 20. A Special Day 21. A Star is Born (1954) 22. A Star is Born (1937) 23. A Star is Born (1976) 24. A Stolen Life 25. A Touch of Zen 26. A Walk in the Sun 27. A Woman of Affairs 28. ABBA: The Movie 29. Across the Universe 30. Action in the North Atlantic 31. Adam's Rib 32. Aimée and Jaguar 33. Alan & Naomi 34. Alice Adams 35. Alice In The Cities 36. Alice's Mysterious Mystery 37. All Through the Night (1942) 38. An Angel at My Table (1990) 39. An Ideal Husband (1937) 40. Anchors Aweigh 41. Ankur 42. Ann Vickers 43. Anna Boleyn (1920) 44. Annie Oakley (1935) 45. Ariel (1989) 46. Arrowed 47. Arsenic and Old Lace 48. Ashes and Diamonds 49. Au Revoir Les Enfants 50. Auntie Mame 51. Baby Doll 52. Bachelor in Paradise 53. Back to Bataan 54. Ball of Fire 55. Ballad of a Soldier 56. Battleground (1949) 57. Being There 58. Beloved Enemy 59. Berlin Express 60. Beyond the Rocks 61. Bhumika 62. Bicycle Thieves 63. Big Jim McLain 64. Billy Budd 65. Billy Liar 66. Billy Rose's Jumbo 67. Black Hand 68. Black Legion 69. Blaise Pascal 70. Blood and Sand 71. Blossoms in the Dust 72. Blue (1993) 73. Bobby Bumps Starts for School 74. Boccaccio '70 75. Body Heat 76. Boiling Point (1990) 77. Bold King Cole 78. Bonnie Prince Charlie 79. Brainstorm 80. Bringing Up Baby 81. Broadway Rhythm 82. Bulldog Drummond 83. Bullitt 84. Bundle of Joy 85. Butter Lamp 86. Cabaret 87. Camille (1921) 88. Capricorn One 89. Captains Courageous 90. Caravaggio 91. Carnival of Souls 92. Cartesius: Part 1 (a.k.a. Descartes) 93. Cartesius: Part 2 (a.k.a. Descartes) 94. Cartoons on Tour 95. Cash McCall 96. Cat People (1942) 97. Chariots of Fire 98. Charlotte Gray 99. Chevalier 100. Christopher Strong 101. Chronicle of a Summer 102. Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach 103. Cimarron 104. Citizen Kane 105. Claire's Knee 106. Cluny Brown 107. Colonel Heeza Liar, Detective 108. Coma 109. Come and See (1985) 110. Conquest (1937) 111. Conquest of the Air 112. Convoy 113. Cool Hand Luke 114. Crime School 115. Crisis: Behind a Presidential Commitment (1963) 116. Crossing Delancey 117. Cry Terror! 118. Daleks - Invasion Earth 2150 A.D. 119. Dance, Girl, Dance 120. Dangerous Liaisons (1988) 121. Dangerous When Wet 122. Darby's Rangers 123. Darling 124. David Copperfield (1935) 125. Day for Night 126. Days of Glory 127. Dead End (1937) 128. Dead Ringer (1964) 129. Dead Ringers 130. Deathtrap 131. December 7th (1943 short) 132. Demon Seed 133. Derek (2008) 134. Desert Hearts 135. Destination Tokyo 136. Deux hommes dans Manhattan 137. Dial M for Murder 138. Die Austernprinzessin 139. Dinky Doodle in Just Spooks 140. 1925 141. Dinky Doodle in Just Spooks (short) 142. Dinky Doodle in Lost and Found (short) 143. Divorce Italian Style 144. Doctor Zhivago 145. Dog Eat Dog 146. Donnie Brasco 147. Don’t Look Back 148. Dov’é la libertà…? 149. Down in the Delta 150. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941) 151. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1932) 152. Dr. Who and the Daleks 153. Dreamscape 154. Drugstore Cowboy 155. Duchess of Idaho 156. Easter Parade 157. Easy Living 158. Eat Drink Man Woman 159. Edge of Darkness 160. Edward II 161. Edward, My Son 162. Einstein's Universe 163. El Topo 164. Elephant Boy 165. En rachâchant 166. Enchanted April 167. Enchantment (1948) 168. Endless Poetry 169. Europa 170. Europa '51 171. Europe '51 172. Evil Under the Sun 173. Experiment Perilous 174. Eyes Do Not Want to Close at All Times... 175. Eyes of Youth 176. Faces of November 177. Fando and Lis 178. Far from the Madding Crowd 179. Farewell, My Lovely (1975) 180. Fast Company 181. Fat, Bald, Short Man 182. Fear (1954) 183. Fear of a Black Hat 184. Felix Comes Back 185. Fermat's Room 186. Fireman Save My Child (short) 187. Fireworks 188. Floating Weeds 189. Forget Me Not 190. Four Weddings and a Funeral 191. Frankenstein Created Woman 192. Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed! 193. Frisco Jenny 194. Full Moon in Paris 195. Gaslight 196. General Della Rovere 197. Germany Year Zero 198. Gimme Shelter 199. Girlfriends (1978) 200. Glastonbury Fayre 201. Goke, Body Snatcher from Hell 202. Good News (1947) 203. Goodbye, Mr. Chips 204. Green Dolphin Street 205. Grey Gardens 206. Gunga Din 207. Hamlet (1996) 208. Hamsun 209. Harlan County, U.S.A. 210. Harlan: In the Shadow of Jew Süss 211. Harnessed Rhythm 212. He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not 213. He Who Gets Slapped 214. Heaven Can Wait (1943) 215. Heroes for Sale 216. High Sierra 217. High Society 218. Higher and Higher 219. History Is Made at Night 220. Hitler's Hollywood 221. Holiday Affair 222. Honeysuckle Rose 223. Honky Tonk (1941) 224. Horror of Dracula 225. Hot-Toe Mollie 226. Hotel 227. Hour of the Wolf 228. House (1977) 229. Human Voice (short film) 230. Hydrangea 231. I Am Sam 232. I Dood It 233. I Never Sang for My Father 234. I Remember Mama 235. I Walked With A Zombie 236. Ich möchte kein Mann sein 237. In the Good Old Summertime 238. India: Matri Bhumi 239. Indiscretion of an American Wife 240. Inside Daisy Clover 241. Insignificance 242. Insomnia (1997) 243. Interview with Salvador Allende: Power and Reason 244. Into the West 245. Invitation to the Dance 246. Isle of the Dead 247. It Happened in Brooklyn 248. It Happened on 5th Avenue 249. It's All Right, It's Ok 250. It's Always Fair Weather 251. Italian for Beginners 252. Ivan's Childhood 253. Jaguar (1967) 254. James Stewart, Robert Mitchum: The Two Faces of America 255. Jar City 256. Je tu il elle 257. Jezebel (1938) 258. Jigoku 259. Johnny Eager 260. Journey to Italy 261. Joy of Living 262. Jubilee 263. Jungle Book 264. Just Another Girl on the I.R.T. 265. Kaos 266. Karen Cries on the Bus 267. Keep Your Powder Dry 268. Keeper of the Flame 269. Kidnapped (1948) 270. King Kong 271. Kings of the Road 272. Koko Sees Spooks 273. Kramer vs. Kramer 274. Kuroneko 275. Kwaidan 276. L'amore (1948) 277. L'Atalante 278. L.A. Woman (Leningrad Cowboys video) 279. La Chasse au Lion a l'arc 280. La Collectionneuse 281. La Cérémonie 282. La Grande Vadrouille 283. La Haine 284. La Jetée 285. La Punition 286. La Terra Trema 287. Lacombe, Lucien 288. Laugh, Clown, Laugh 289. Le Cercle Rouge 290. Le Deuxième Souffle 291. Le Havre 292. Le Magnifique 293. Le Samouraï 294. Le Silence de la Mer 295. Leningrad Cowboys Go America 296. Leningrad Cowboys Meet Moses 297. Les Enfants Terribles 298. Les Girls 299. Les maîtres fous 300. Let's Spend the Night Together 301. Letter Never Sent 302. Lianna 303. Life with Father 304. Lightning Sketches 305. Lili (1953) 306. Lilly Turner 307. Little Women (1933) 308. Lon Chaney: Behind the Mask 309. London After Midnight 310. Looker 311. Love (1927) 312. Love Affair (1994) 313. Love Affair 314. Love Finds Andy Hardy 315. Love in the Afternoon 316. Love in the Time of Cholera 317. Love Me or Leave Me 318. Lucky Partners 319. Ma (2015) 320. Madame Bovary 321. Madame Curie 322. Mafioso 323. Magnet of Doom 324. Major Dundee 325. Mammy Water 326. Man Bites Dog 327. Mandi 328. Marius 329. Marriage - Italian Style 330. Mary of Scotland 331. Mata Hari 332. McCabe & Mrs. Miller 333. Meet Me in Las Vegas 334. Meet Me in St. Louis 335. Miao Miao 336. Midnight Mary 337. Mikey and Nicky 338. Minutes, Episode 1: The Robbery 339. Minutes, Episode 2: Marty <3 Katie 340. Minutes, Episode 3: Parent Teacher 341. Minutes, Episode 4: Cory Comes to Christmas 342. Minutes, Episode 5: The Stop 343. Minutes, Episode 6: Native Stand Up 344. Mockery 345. Moi, Un Noir 346. Mona Lisa 347. Monsieur Hulot's Holiday 348. Moran of the Lady Letty 349. Morning Glory (1933) 350. Moses and Aaron 351. Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House 352. Mr. Lucky 353. Mr. Wu 354. Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter 355. Mrs. Miniver 356. Mrs. Parkington 357. Mrs. Soffel 358. Murder Ahoy 359. Murder at the Gallop 360. Murder Most Foul 361. Murder She Said 362. Mutiny on the Bounty 363. My Brilliant Career 364. My Favorite Wife 365. My Night At Maud's 366. Münchhausen 367. Nadja in Paris 368. Neapolitan Carousel 369. Nenette et Boni 370. Never So Few 371. Night Nurse 372. Ninotchka 373. Nishant 374. None but the Brave 375. North by Northwest 376. Not Reconciled 377. Nothing Sacred 378. Ocean's 11 (1960) 379. Odd Man Out 380. Of Mice and Men (1939) 381. Olympia Part One: Festival of the Nations 382. Olympia Part Two: Festival of Beauty 383. On Approval 384. On Golden Pond 385. Once Upon a Tractor (part of TV series) 386. Onibaba 387. Operation Pacific 388. Our Time 389. Out of the Past 390. Outrageous! 391. Overlord 392. Paisan 393. Panama Hattie 394. Pandora and the Flying Dutchman 395. Papillon 396. Paradise 397. Paris Was a Woman 398. Passage to Marseille 399. Pat and Mike 400. Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid 401. Pelle the Conqueror 402. Penelope 403. People of the Wind 404. Peppermint Frappe 405. Performance 406. Period of Adjustment 407. Personal Best 408. Pete's Haunted House 409. Petit à petit 410. Pi 411. Placido 412. Please Don't Eat the Daisies 413. Portnoy's Complaint 414. Portrait of Jason 415. Presentation, or Charlotte and Her Steak 416. Pride and Prejudice (1940) 417. Primary 418. Private Screenings: Liza Minnelli 419. Quadrophenia 420. Quick Change 421. Ran (Kurosawa) 422. Random Harvest 423. Rebels of the Neon God 424. Rembrandt 425. Requiem for a Dream 426. Rich and Famous 427. Ride the High Country 428. Rocky VI (Leningrad Cowboys music video) 429. Rome Open City 430. Romeo and Juliet (1936) 431. Room for One More 432. Rude Boy 433. Running on Empty 434. Safe in Hell 435. Safety Last! 436. Saint Ralph 437. Salvatore Giuliano (1962) 438. Salvo 439. Sanders of the River 440. Scandal at Scourie 441. Scandal in Sorrento 442. Scarecrow 443. Scents and Nonsense (short) 444. Sebastiane 445. Set Me Free 446. Seven Beauties 447. Shadows in Paradise 448. Shame (1968) 449. Show Boat 450. Si Nos Dejan (short film) 451. Singin' in the Rain 452. Skulls and Sculls 453. Slick Sleuths 454. Slightly Dangerous 455. Small Town Girl (1936) 456. So Big 457. Socrates 458. Sonatine 459. Song of Love 460. Sophia Loren: Live from the TCM Classic Film Festival 461. Sophie's Choice 462. Springtime 463. Stage Door 464. Stagecoach 465. Stars in My Crown 466. Step Lively 467. Stepping Out 468. Stingaree 469. Stolen Moments (1920) 470. Strange Brew 471. Strange Glory (1938 short film) 472. Street Smart 473. Stromboli 474. Stroszek 475. Studio One in Hollywood: Dark Possession 476. Studio One in Hollywood: Pontius Pilate 477. Studio One in Hollywood: The Arena 478. Studio One in Hollywood: The Strike 479. Studio One in Hollywood: Twelve Angry Men 480. Suddenly (1954) 481. Summer Interlude 482. Summer of '42 483. Summer Stock 484. Summertime 485. Sumurun 486. Sunflower (1970) 487. Sunrise at Campobello 488. Sure-Locked Homes (short film) 489. Susan Slept Here 490. Suspicion 491. Suzanne's Career 492. Sweet Bird of Youth 493. Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song 494. Swing Fever 495. Sylvia Scarlett 496. Tampopo 497. Tell It to the Marines 498. Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon 499. Tell No Tales 500. That Forsyte Woman 501. That Hamilton Woman 502. That Uncertain Feeling 503. The Ace of Hearts 504. The Adventures of Prince Achmed 505. The African Queen 506. The Age of the Medici - Episode 1: The Exile of Cosimo 507. The Age of the Medici - Episode 2: The Power of Cosimo 508. The Age of the Medici - Episode 3: Leon Battista Alberti:... 509. The Americanization of Emily 510. The Ascent (1976) 511. The Audition (2012) 512. The Awful Truth 513. The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer 514. The Bakery Girl of Monceau 515. The Ballad of Cable Hogue 516. The Barkleys of Broadway 517. The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1957) 518. The Bells Go Down 519. The Best Intentions 520. The Best Years of Our Lives 521. The Big Sleep (1978) 522. The Bishop's Wife 523. The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant 524. The Black Stallion (1979) 525. The Blob (1958) 526. The Body Snatcher (1945) 527. The Bomb Idea 528. The Boys From Brazil 529. The Bridegroom, The Actress, and The Pimp (short film) 530. The Burning Hills 531. The Candidate 532. The Cassandra Crossing 533. The Catered Affair 534. The Champ (1931) 535. The Cincinnati Kid 536. The Circus (1920); short film 537. The Commissar 538. The Conquering Power 539. The Corsican Brothers 540. The Cowboy and the Lady 541. The Cranes Are Flying 542. The Cross of Lorraine 543. The Curse of Frankenstein 544. The Dance of Reality (2013) 545. The Day the Ponies Come Back 546. The Deadly Companions 547. The Devil's Bride 548. The Devils (1971) 549. The Doll (1919) 550. The Drowning Pool 551. The Drum (1938) 552. The Element of Crime 553. The Emigrants (1971) 554. The Fable of the Jolly Rounders 555. The Face Behind the Mask 556. The Farmerette 557. The FBI Story 558. The First Deadly Sin 559. The Flame and the Arrow 560. The Flowers of St. Francis 561. The Fountain (2006) 562. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1921) 563. The Fresh Lobster 564. The Front Page (1931) 565. The Gazebo 566. The Getaway (1972) 567. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest 568. The Girl Who Played with Fire 569. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 570. The Glass Slipper 571. The Gold of Naples 572. The Goldwyn Follies 573. The Grasshopper 574. The Great Dictator 575. The Great Escape 576. The Great Train Robbery 577. The Green Ray 578. The Happy Years 579. The Haunted Hotel (short film) 580. The Haunted Ship 581. The Headless Woman 582. The Helen Morgan Story 583. The Hidden Fortress 584. The Holly and the Ivy 585. The Holy Mountain 586. The Honeymoon Killers 587. The Honeymoon Machine 588. The House I Live In 589. The Hudsucker Proxy 590. The Human Pyramid 591. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923) 592. The Incredible Stranger (1942) 593. The Jazz Singer (1927) 594. The Kid from Brooklyn 595. The King Without a Crown 596. The Kiss (1929) 597. The Last Metro 598. The Last of England (1988) 599. The Last Seduction 600. The Leopard Man 601. The Lion in Winter 602. The Little Foxes 603. The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner 604. The Long Voyage Home 605. The Lusty Men 606. The Machine That Kills Bad People 607. The Mackintosh Man 608. The Madwoman of Chaillot 609. The Magician (1958) 610. The Magnificent Seven 611. The Man Between 612. The Man in the Barn 613. The Man in the Iron Mask 614. The Man Upstairs 615. The Man Who Came to Dinner 616. The Man Who Fell to Earth 617. The Man with the Golden Arm 618. The Master of Ballantrae 619. The Match Factory Girl 620. The Mating Game 621. The Merry Widow (1934) 622. The Milkman (1930) 623. The Miniver Story 624. The Miracle of Marcelino 625. The Mirror Crack'd 626. The Mother (2012) 627. The Mountains of Mourne 628. The Mummy (1959) 629. The Mysterious Lady (1928) 630. The New Land (1972) 631. The Night of the Hunter 632. The North Star 633. The Ocean Waif 634. The Omega Man 635. The Other Side of Hope 636. The Ouija Board (1920) 637. The Outrage 638. The Passage (2018) 639. The Passion of Anna 640. The Penalty (1920) 641. The Phantom of the Opera (1925) 642. The Philadelphia Story 643. The Picture of Dorian Gray 644. The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946) 645. The Prisoner of Zenda 646. The Private Life of Don Juan 647. The Private Life of Henry VIII 648. The Prize 649. The Public Enemy (1931) 650. The Pumpkin Race 651. The Purchase Price 652. The Rack (1956) 653. The Racket (1928) 654. The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone 655. The Sea Gull (1968) 656. The Sea of Grass 657. The Seduction of Mimi 658. The Seventh Seal 659. The Seventh Veil 660. The Ship That Died 661. The Shop Around the Corner 662. The Shopworn Angel 663. The Silver Cord 664. The Singing Nun 665. The Sleeping Beauty (2010) 666. The Sorrow and the Pity (Part 1) 667. The Sorrow and the Pity (Part 2) 668. The Spirit of the Beehive 669. The Squall (1929) 670. The Star (1953) 671. The Sterile Cuckoo 672. The Story of "The Jonker Diamond" 673. The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle 674. The Strange Love of Martha Ivers 675. The Stratton Story 676. The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg 677. The Taking of Power by Louis XIV 678. The Taste of Others 679. The Tempest (1979) 680. The Temptress (1926) 681. The Tender Trap 682. The Thin Man (1934) 683. The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) 684. The Three Musketeers (1948) 685. The Time Machine (1960) 686. The Trojan Women 687. The Unholy Three 688. The Unsinkable Molly Brown 689. 1964 690. The Unsinkable Molly Brown 691. The Valley of Decision 692. The Vampire Bat 693. The Virgin Spring 694. The War Room (1993) 695. The Watermelon Woman 696. The White Cliffs Of Dover 697. The Wild Bunch 698. The Wildcat (1921) 699. The Wind Journeys 700. The Wings of Eagles 701. The Witch's Cat 702. The Wonderful, Horrible Life of Leni Riefenstahl 703. The Yearling 704. The Young Girls of Rochefort 705. The Young Philadelphians 706. The Young Rajah 707. Theodora Goes Wild 708. These Boots (1993) 709. These Three (1936) 710. They Drive by Night 711. They Were Expendable 712. Things To Come (1936) 713. Third Finger, Left Hand 714. This Is Spinal Tap 715. This Man's Navy 716. Those Were the Days 717. Thousands Cheer 718. Three Godfathers (1936) 719. Three Little Words (1950) 720. Three Resurrected Drunkards 721. Through A Glass Darkly 722. Thru the Wire 723. Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! 724. Till the Clouds Roll By 725. Time After Time 726. Time Bandits 727. Titanic (1943) 728. To Be or Not to Be (1942) 729. Tokaido Yotsuya kaidan 730. Too Bad She's Bad 731. Top Secret Affair (1957) 732. Torrent (1926) 733. Total Balalaika Show 734. Track 29 735. Trainspotting 736. Travels With My Aunt 737. Treasure Island (1934) 738. Treasure Island (1972) 739. Trikal 740. Tristana 741. Tropical Malady 742. True Stories 743. Two Arabian Knights 744. Two Girls and a Sailor 745. Two Weeks with Love 746. Two Women 747. Un Flic (1972) 748. Under the Blossoming Cherry Trees 749. Under the Volcano 750. Undercurrent 751. Unholy Three 752. Until They Sail 753. Vacation From Marriage 754. Vingt-quatre heures de la vie d'un clown 755. Violent Cop 756. Virtuous Sinners 757. Véronique and Her Dunce 758. Walkabout (1971) 759. Walking and Talking 760. War Requiem 761. Warrendale 762. Wedding Rehearsal 763. West of Zanzibar 764. Westward the Women 765. Westworld 766. What Price Hollywood? 767. When Ladies Meet 768. Where East Is East 769. Wichita (1955) 770. Wild Boys of the Road 771. Wild Strawberries 772. Without Limits (1998) 773. Without Love (1945) 774. Wittgenstein 775. Woman of the Year 776. Words and Music 777. Wot a Night 778. Wrong Move (1975) 779. Wuthering Heights (1939) 780. Yankee Doodle Dandy 781. Yentl 782. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow 783. Yi Yi 784. Young Cassidy 785. Ziegfeld Follies 786. Ziegfeld Girl 


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2018.10.13 22:02 autotldr Ajax teacher accused of sexually assaulting 10-year-old student

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Published Thursday, October 11, 2018 10:28AM EDT Last Updated Thursday, October 11, 2018 8:42PM EDT. An Ajax elementary school teacher is facing charges after police allege she sexually assaulted a male student last year.
According to investigators, the teacher allegedly sexually assaulted a 10-year-old boy at Da Vinci Public School during the 2017-2018 school year.
Police said Wilson, who is also known by students as Krystal Clunis, currently works at Roland Michner Public School and previously worked at Vincent Massey Public School and Dr. SJ Phillips Public School in Oshawa as an occasional teacher.
In a statement released Thursday, the Durham District School Board said it is cooperating with investigations by both the Durham Children's Aid Society and the Durham Regional Police Service.
A note was sent home Thursday to parents of children in all the schools where Wilson previously worked.
"Each school are sending communications home to parents and guardians today to provide an update. We will continue to work with our community partners until this investigation is concluded," the statement read. "All students and parents with information have been directed to contact the officer in charge of the investigation."
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2018.03.28 01:19 autotldr A 125-year-old U.K. team is fighting a New York real estate developer, who also just trademarked the team name

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SUBSCRIBE. LONDON - A sea of blue and pink erupts as wide midfielder Nyren Clunis prods the ball into the net, scoring Dulwich Hamlet Football Club's third goal on this freezing, snow-flurried afternoon.
The 125-year-old club's very existence is under threat from what it says is a bullying, multi-billion-dollar New York property company that wants to knock down its Champion Hill stadium to build apartments.
The club finds itself at the center of an standoff between the local government and Meadow Residential, the London branch of midtown Manhattan-based Meadow Partners.
Peter John, the leader of Southwark Council, says the motivation behind Meadow's hardball moves is a clear attempt to use the club's future as a bargaining chip and force the development through.
"Meadow would never have committed such significant sums of money to support the club if it did not genuinely believe in its importance and value to the community."
Stadiums like Dulwich's are worth far more to developers than the clubs could ever generate.
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