The Good, the Bad and the Hungry

Or: Vegan Dining on Phillip Island The Good We walk in and the waiter recognises me immediately. I assume it's because of yesterday's visit but there's more. Some poor unsuspecting fellow wandered in this morning and the waiter was convinced he was me. Second day on the island and already I have a doppelgänger. Whatever, …

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The Sixth Sense: A Key Scene Analysis

Written originally as a sample essay for Media Studies, this review is a story and production element analysis of five key scenes. M Night Shyamalan’s The Sixth Sense (1999) is a carefully crafted return to the pure suspense style of horror film-making. A ghost story with some very modern twists, it uses an understated, quiet …

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