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(1974) Peter Cushing, Shane Briant, David Prowse, Madeline Smith, John Stratton, Patrick Troughton. Dir Terence Fisher.
(1974) Peter Cushing, Shane Briant, David Prowse, Madeline Smith, John Stratton, Patrick Troughton. Dir Terence Fisher.
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THE EARTH BIOSPHERE. The biosphere is the term used to describe the largest and most nearly self-sufficient biological system . It includes all of the earth 's living organisms together with the physical environment which interacts with them to...
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A resounding return to form after the soulless, clinical miscalculation of The Limits of Control (2009), Jim Jarmuschs new film effortlessly puts a charge into a wearied, overexposed lifeform the vampire. Set mostly in the backstreets of...
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1. LONG-TERM PARKING Some people left their car in the long-term parking at San Jose while away, and someone broke into the car. Using the information on the car's registration in the glove compartment, they drove the car to the people's home...
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I'm a tad surprised that I didn't spot this one myself, as I've seen Frozen enough times to know all the lines off by heart (that's daughters for you!) Have a close look at the guests arriving at the gate for Elsa's coronation, as Anna sings 'For...
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(1953) Stephen Murray, Barbara Payton, James Hayter, John Van Eyssen. Dir Terence Fisher. Review No913 An inventor of cloning technology figures out a novel way to get over his woman choosing another man. Something of a run-through for Hammers...
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Though it bears strong similarities to recent Australian film Tomorrow, When the War Began (2010), Kevin Macdonalds How I Live Now segregates a small group of young characters in a tranquil setting on the verge of disruption. A sullen,...
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Cross and Burn Val McDermid Readers of the Wire in the Blood series will be relieved to know Tony's nascent relationship with Carol may yet thrive though there's the little matter of a serial killer a false accusation and a dog named Flash. ...
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The other day I watched "Melancholia" for the second time. Usually a movie, or book, has one or more characters for whom the viewer, or reader, may cheer.
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The Darwin Elevator Jason Hough This first book in the Dire Earth Cycle is excellent science fiction in a near future world in which the seemingly gift of a space elevator by unknown aliens turned out to be something far worse. Now the...
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Julien Temples compelling documentary about a great modern city sifts back through more than a century of memories, opinions and impressions to construct a kinetic, kaleidoscopic reconstructive collage. From the earliest footage available of...
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Every small town has a barbershop, and as we peer into the window of Charlie Shuffleton's, played by Emmy winner Danny Glover, Barbershop, famous country singer Trey Cole, played by Austin Stowell is finally returning home. As the story...
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Former JAG stars Catherine Bell enchants us, once again, as Cassie Nightingale. In The Good Witches Gift, Cassie has settled into Middleton. She has focused her attention on making Grey House into a bed and breakfast. Chris Potter as Sheriff...
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Once again Captain America ventures forth to do battle, although the enemy isnt just some evil villain nor is it a sinister group in fact it could be said that the very enemy he battles against in this particular movie is both America and the...
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(1939) Tod Slaughter, Marjorie Taylor, John Warwick, Leonard Henry, Aubrey Mallalieu, Robert Adair. Dir George King.
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(2013) Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy McWilliams, Michael Moreland, Paul Brannigan. Dir Jonathan Glazer. Review No910 A life-form disguised as a woman preys on men in Glasgow and leads them to their deaths. Less of a sci-fi monster movie and more of...
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Its been the 80s all over again at my place the past couple of weeks, with a never ending series of re-runs featuring classic big hair, shoulder pads and dance moves. The latest instalment was a screening last night of the quintessential high...



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