Wicker Man 1973
Here's our sneak preview of Alton Towers' new Wicker Man rollercoaster and when you will be able ride itMarch 11, 2018 - Stoke Sentinel
It was 'my time' to be sacrificed in flames, all in honour of their revered Wicker Man. Our beloved Robbie Williams' may have sung 'I'm a burning effigy' as he tried to seduce us with his 1997 hit Let Me Entertain You, but I'm pleased to confirm he's...
Alton Towers reveals the first images of new £16million Wicker Man-themed roller coaster that combines FIRE and ...February 16, 2018 - Daily Mail
Every ride will house two trains, each made up of six wooden carriages carrying 12 passengers, so that's 24 passengers per ride. The Wicker Man rollercoaster shares its name with the 1973 classic film, starring Edward Woodward. It took Merlin...
The Wicker Man (1973) Official Trailer - Christopher Lee, Diane Cilento Horror Movie HD
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The Wicker Man (1973) Fire Leap
The fire leaping scene from The Wicker Man plus Christopher Lee as Lord Summerisle.
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Ecologies of the Moving ImageWilfrid Laurier Univ. Press. 2013
This book presents an ecophilosophy of cinema: an account of the moving image in relation to the lived ecologies – material, social, and perceptual relations – within which movies are produced, consumed, and incorporated into cultural life. If cinema takes us on mental and emotional journeys, the author argues that those journeys that have reshaped our understanding of ourselves, life, and the Earth and universe. A range of styles are examined, from ethnographic and wildlife documentaries, westerns and road movies, sci-fi blockbusters and eco-disaster films to the experimental and art films of Tarkovsky, Herzog, Malick, and Brakhage, to YouTube’s expanding audio-visual universe.