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Beyond loss… Although there are seemingly endless entries for science fiction films in any given year, it’s quite rare to stumble on a title that’s smartly written as well as packing emotional power. However, Gavin Rothery’s Archive manages to do … Read More

PRETTY IN PINK: An Eclectic Soundtrack

The deeper you get, the sweeter the pain… In the slow evolution of teen movies through the 1970s and 1980s, the choice of music usually stuck to either a traditional use of reliable classics or relied on contemporary rock music … Read More

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PRETTY IN PINK: 35th Anniversary

“I’d have died for you!” One of the cultural landmarks to be firmly welded to the era of the 1980s has to be the film work of writer and director John Hughes. In particular, his 1985 angsty teen drama The … Read More

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RYUICHI SAKAMOTO scores Black Mirror episode

Black ambient moments The forthcoming return of cult TV show Black Mirror will also see the talents of iconic composer Ryuichi Sakamoto on hand to score one of the episodes in the upcoming series. Charlie Brooker’s science fiction-tinged show plays around … Read More

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ONE CUT OF THE DEAD

Clever comedy that delivers Arguably, the whole zombie genre of films has been played out with every possible angle explored in countless films. Likewise, the combination of horror and comedy has given us classics such as Shaun Of The Dead … Read More

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The Musical Worlds of BANDERSNATCH

The choice is yours… There’s few shows on TV that have managed to quite engage audiences in the peculiar manner that Black Mirror has achieved. Charlie Brooker’s science fiction-tinged show plays around with stories of technology gone wrong, dystopian futures … Read More

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Wavegirl Best Films Of 2018

2018 offered up a lot of worthy contenders in the world of film, many of them spanning a variety of genres. Here’s Wavegirl’s list of the titles that stood out the most… The Shape Of Water Guillermo del Toro’s dark … Read More

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