Nothing No. 37

September 13, 2015 § 3 Comments

But Conradin said nothing: there was nothing to be said.

from Sredni Vashtar by Saki (pseudonym of Hector Hugh Munro, 1870-1916)


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§ 3 Responses to Nothing No. 37

  • LARRY says:

    Delighted to see that Wolf has been aware of H.H.Munro. Hope he’s read the story re Sheep.

  • artdanpounds says:

    Critical reception for Nothing Left to Fear has been overwhelmingly negative, and the film currently holds a rating of 12 on Metacritic based upon reviews by 7 critics indicating “overwhelming dislike.” Critics panned the film as “dull” and criticized it for its lack of scares. In their review, The Hollywood Reporter joked on the film’s title, saying that the “title of this perfunctory horror film proves all too prophetic.” Variety also gave a negative review and commented that the film “features fewer small-town scares than a rerun of Dawson’s Creek and more wooden acting than a marionette theater”.

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