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REVIEW: It (2017)

REVIEW: It (2017)

Richard tells us why this latest Stephen King adaptation really does deserve all the praise its getting. 

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REVIEW: Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017)

REVIEW: Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017)

Has Matthew Vaughn’s anticipated sequel been misunderstood by critics? Cal offers a positive appraisal. 

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CINEMA CLASSICS: Pulp Fiction (1994)

CINEMA CLASSICS: Pulp Fiction (1994)

Aldo Raine was wrong. This is Tarantino’s masterpiece.

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REVIEW: Tin Star (Sky Atlantic)

REVIEW: Tin Star (Sky Atlantic)

You can blame Canada for giving us another must-see crime thriller. Laurie gives Tim Roth’s latest TV venture a look. 

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CULT CORNER: Dark Age (1987)

CULT CORNER: Dark Age (1987)

Our resident Aussie Cal is here to sing the praises of this Ozploitation classic starring John Jarratt. 

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VIDEO: 30 Years of Star Trek: The Next Generation

VIDEO: 30 Years of Star Trek: The Next Generation

Scott “Scotty” Hadlington is our host to cover three decades of Picard and co. in this exhaustive TNG retrospective. 

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Okja: A Magical Super-Satire of Huge Proportions

Okja: A Magical Super-Satire of Huge Proportions

Laurie heaps some more praise on one of the year’s most lauded releases. 

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Will the Real Clark Kent Please Stand Up: Revisiting Supergirl – Season 2

Will the Real Clark Kent Please Stand Up: Revisiting Supergirl – Season 2

It was a season of Supermen, moves to Vancouver, and same-sex preaching. But did The CW actually improve Supergirl? Cal tries to decide. 

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GAMING GREATS: Tomb Raider II (1997)

GAMING GREATS: Tomb Raider II (1997)

Lara Croft is back to find bits of old pottery and sh*t in this legendary sequel. Rod celebrates its 20th anniversary with another play. 

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From the Jaws of Death – Revisiting USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage

From the Jaws of Death – Revisiting USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage

Nicolas Cage gets in on a shark-infested true-life tale in this DTV hogwash. Cal gives it his usual perspective. 

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