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Much Ado About Nothing: Trailer

When I was a kid, one of my favourite films was the 1993 Kenneth Branagh version of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. And I really do mean when I was a kid – I’m talking from the age of seven ...

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Django Unchained

*There are many spoilers to follow. Consider yourself warned.* Watch the trailer here. By now you probably know whether or not you like Quentin Tarantino’s shtick. On the whole, I’m generally a fan. I admit that he has a lot ...

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Once Upon a Time: Pilot

As an enormous fan of the awesome Fables comic series, I approached this show with trepidation. Hadn’t Bill Willingham been approached several years ago to develop a tv show based on Fables? And hadn’t that studio been ABC (after NBC ...

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Les Misérables

This is the second very long film I have seen at the cinema in a very short space of time. Clocking in at 12 minutes less than The Hobbit, Les Mis was ass-numbingly long and had me wondering why they ...

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The Hobbit

I think I should preface this review with the following statement: I am not a Tolkien, LOTR, or The Hobbit fan. I was forced to read The Hobbit for my year seven English class while living in Texas, and I ...

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Cabin in the Woods

To be perfectly honest, I’m a wimp. I don’t like scarier films, especially psychological thrillers, or anything that could be at all ‘real.’ I’m ok with monsters or ridiculously over-the-top films, like those of my teenage years – things like ...

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Sunshine by Robin McKinley

One of my favourite books of all time, that book that I reread every year whenever I need a pick me up, is Robin McKinley’s Newberry Award winning The Hero and the Crown. If you haven’t read it, and get ...

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The Guild: Graphic Novels, volumes 1 and 2

The Guild

For Christmas this year, my wonderfully thoughtful partner bought me volumes 1 and 2 of The Guild graphic novels (and also completed my DVD collection for the web series). I am still new to comics and graphic novels – having ...

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