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Archive for October, 2017
 
 
 
 
Filmreview
 

Review: There’s been much made of the 18 certificate slapped on Marielle Heller’s directorial debut, probably down to the number of expletives and scenes of drug use as much as the subject matter. But perhaps the most shocking ...

 
 
Debate
 

After two years of resisting, I finally found myself alone with Netflix one day and gave in to my curiosity of watching Orange Is The New Black. The Netflix original show has been praised for its diversity and feminism, but I w...

 
 
Article
 

Trailers, news, and posters. They are all designed to do one thing – sell you their movie. See, they are all trying to get in your noggin and say – buy us. Buy this film. Since the dawn of time, they’ve hired ...

 
 
Article
 

Another day, another damning report about representation in Hollywood. The Mary Sue shared the results of a study on films that shows an “Epidemic of Invisibility” when it comes to race, gender and sexuality. The study extensiv...

 
 
Article
 

Gather around kids and I will tell you tale. A long time ago, before magic was invented, music used to exist on either shiny disks or rectangular flat boxes known as C.D’s and cassette tapes. Back then you couldn’t wiggle your ...

 
 
Promotion
 

Dan Webster lives a privileged life where everything is carefully managed for him. He dreams of becoming a professional musician in spite of his father‟s intentions. This world is shattered when he witnesses a brutal murder and...