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‘The Martian’ is finally out and it’s racking up the moolah at the box office. The film is entertaining fun, but even as a film fanatic, I have to admit the book was better. That and Ridley Scott has a serious race-erasure prob...

 
 
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On a short-term mission to capture a rebel Maquis ship, Captain Janeway’s USS Voyager gets caught in a displacement wave that sends both ships to the Delta Quadrant, an area of the universe not yet explored by the Federation in...

 
 
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For the longest time, I’d heard about the legendary Michael J. Fox. For the longest time I’d heard about his starring role in the unforgettable trilogy ‘Back to the Future’, and for the longest time I yearned to catch a glimpse...

 
 
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Part 2 in my retrospective series dives head-first into a true trailblazer. 40 years ago the first ever summer blockbuster hit the screens to screaming reception. ‘Jaws’ wasn’t a film; it was an experience to remember. I first ...

 
 
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Iconic, memorable, enduring. 2015 is all about celebrating some of our favourite films and television shows that have somehow embedded themselves in popular culture and into our memories. This 5-part retrospective series takes ...

 
 
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[Review] – ‘Dark Places’

 
 
 
 
 
 
September 7, 2015
 



Review: A distraught young girl dressed in a hospital gown is questioned by an unseen person. ‘Did Ben kill your mom and your sisters?’ he asks. My immediate thought when watching this scene, this one’s going to be a tough watc...