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Given that his parents died tragically when he was eleven years old and he now spends his life working as an anonymous blunt weapon of the secret service, we expect the first screen materialisation of James Bond to be that of a...

 
 
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“I’m not afraid to die, I just don’t want to be there when it happens.” The problem with Woody Allen is that he’s a Cassandra. He prophesies the finality of death and self-oblivion. Constantly. Regardless of what we...

 
 
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Consistency is the enemy of enterprise, which is why once-in-a-blood-moon horrors are worth spending the money to see. Indie film festival horror categories are usually bloated with resurrected monsters. Zero-narratives, droll ...