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Review: I’ll be honest and say that I didn’t manage to see a lot of the actual scares in this film, seeing as I was peeping out from behind my hands clasped to my face. The Conjuring 2 picks up in the middle of famed ghost hunt...

 
 
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I should start out by stating that this is probably one of the most biased posts I have ever written. When looking back on it, I can see that this may as well just be called “a list of Sarah’s favourite films”… but oh well, the...

 
 
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The concept of cults has always interested me, it’s the same type of fascination I have with films discussing cannibalism. The whole idea of people being enticed into following and living with one person, who they almost always...

 
 
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Michael’s Perspective: Mowgli the man-cub is raised by Akela’s wolf pack, all under the watchful guise of Bagheera, Mowgli’s original finder. When the dreaded Shere Khan learns of the man-cub’s presence in the jungle he v...

 
 
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Review: I love South Korean cinema, so what better way to provide my first review with FilmDebate than to go for the highest grossing K-Horror film – A Tale of Two Sisters. TRIGGER WARNING – Blood/Mild Gore/Emotional Abuse. The...

 
 
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. Oldboy – Corridor Fight Ah Oldboy, my number one spot on favourite film of all time. I have such a soft spot for anything Park-Chan Wook produces, he comes before Quentin Tarantino, but maybe perhaps not before John Waters. T...