Created within me Is the answer to the beginning of time,

Is there a start or finish, an ending or beginning to what’s mine.?

In many a direction I must be,

Everything travels through my darkness, who knows what their Is to see.

Older than anything, how long have I really existed,

Where did I come from, Is the answer a mystery never to be discovered.?

All things that live within my space,

Rotating forever, will they always be In this place.?

I am the universe, not knowing what I really am,

With no air or much light, not a visitor from your land.

I’ll stay here, whom can say just how long,

Perhaps till an end comes to my time.

Keith Garrett

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Dead End (2003)

Rivers of Grue

Crimson Quill’s Appraisal #315


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Release Date: December 12, 2003 (UK)
Sub-Genre: Supernatural/Black Comedy
Country of Origin: France
Budget: $900,000
Running Time: 85 minutes
Director: Jean-Baptiste Andrea, Fabrice Canepa
Producer: James Huth
Screenplay: Jean-Baptiste Andrea, Fabrice Canepa
Special Effects: Gil Romero
Visual Effects: Roxane Fechner
Cinematography: Alexander Buono
Score: Greg De Belles
Editing: Antoine Vareille
Studios: Sagittaire Films, Captain Movies
Distributor: Lions Gate Entertainment
Stars: Ray Wise, Lin Shaye, Mick Cain, Alexandra Holden, Billy Asher Rosenfeld, Amber Smith, Karen S. Gregan, Sharon Madden, Steve Valentine, Jimmie F. Skaggs, Clement Blake


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I have decided to try something a little different and use this appraisal as a means of explaining how Keeper comes to his assumption over whether or not a film is worth its salt. You see, a film like Jean-Baptiste Andrea and Fabrice Canepa’sDead End starts with…

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The Worsening by: Olivia Stanton, now available on Kindle :

The Worsening
In the tradition of Stephen King comes a fast paced suspense / thriller about a free spirited, young girl named Carla. Recently out of a relationship, she decides to move to the city. Her days and nights are spent managing a small cafe and trying to make ends meet. Her relationship with her mother has always been a turbulent one, and though she misses her father, she finds herself avoiding them–but an ominous phone call from her father and an unexpected visit from her brother Matty would change all that, and force her to face what she has been avoiding–“The Worsening.”