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In Review: Parkland

by Maryann O'Connor 22 November 2013

Parkland seeks to tell the wearingly overexposed story of JFK’s assassination from a less explored angle; mainly that of the hospital staff who tended to Kennedy in Dallas, the Oswald family and the local FBI office.

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In Review: John Dies at the End

by Mark Searby 19 March 2013

College dropouts John (Rob Mayes) and David (Chase Williamson) are on a mission to save humanity from Soy sauce. No, not the Chinese food condiment, a recreational drug that offers an out of body experience through time and space. When some users come back down they’re no longer human and an otherworldly invasion begins. Unfortunately, […]

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In Review: Cosmopolis

by Nigel Floyd 15 June 2012

Never one to shirk an artistic challenge, writer-director David Cronenberg has previously adapted for the screen two supposedly ‘unfilmable’ novels: William S. Burroughs’ The Naked Lunch and J. G. Ballard’s Crash. Here, he attempts to visualise Don DeLillo’s Cosmopolis, the majority of which takes place in the back of a sleek, white stretch limousine as […]

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