Posts Tagged ‘A Life in Equinox’

  • PLUG: A Life in Equinox

    by Rachel · Dec 19, 2011 at 14:53 CET · Plugs · No Comments
    PLUG: A Life in Equinox

    Announcing The Movie Picture Code End of the Year Spectacular!

    Tired of regular year end lists with generic countdowns and no style? Well you’re in luck! The Movie Picture Code is taking over LiE for one week only as I count down the best and worst movies of 2011 through the medium of movie picture code!

    This 6 day event, starting on December 26th and continuing on to the new year, will feature a smorgasbord of mind...

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  • PLUG: A Life in Equinox

    by Rachel · Jul 11, 2011 at 23:12 CEST · Plugs · No Comments
    PLUG: A Life in Equinox

    A Life in Equinox Presents: THE GREATER GOOD BLOGATHON!

    Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to forever alter the course of cinema as we know it. You have the opportunity to wipe one film from the history books entirely. Our unique time-blending technology has created a wormhole through which you can simply delete the existence of any film ever made. However, you should not underestimate the sheer power that comes along with...

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  • The Winner of the 2011 LAMMY for Funniest Writer Is…

    by Rachel · Jun 15, 2011 at 23:00 CEST · 2011 LAMMYs, The LAMMYs · 6 Comments
    The Winner of the 2011 LAMMY for Funniest Writer Is…

    Coming at you twice a day until the winner of the Best Blog award is unveiled Monday, June 20th, it’s time  to announce the 2011 LAMMY Award Winners !

    To see the previous award winners, click here.

    Funniest Writer(s)
    Who tickles your funny bone? With another tie between the top vote getters, each with 19 votes, the winners are:

    Four of Them and A Life in...

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  • Movie of the Month/LAMBcast #68: Oldboy

    by Dylan · May 16, 2011 at 11:00 CEST · LAMBcast, MOTM, Podcasts · 10 Comments
    Movie of the Month/LAMBcast #68: Oldboy

    The voters in our last MOTM poll overwhelmingly selected Oldboy as this month’s film, and it’s not hard to see why. Chan-wook Park’s genre-spanning 2003 film shockingly was not an instant classic, but has become more than a cult icon in the eight years since its release, climbing the IMDb Top 250 (it currently sits at #97) and, more importantly, becoming more and more known as one of the quintessential Asian films of the new...

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