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What Successful Cinemas are Doing Right

Cinema attendance levels may be flattening out in the United States and Europe, but innovative cinema chains are developing methods to keep revenue growing. Unfortunately, in today’s era, simply screening the latest blockbuster is no longer a reliant way to […]

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The Horror Genre is Thriving and I’m Conflicted

Horror is one of the most underappreciated genres in film. Up until the 1960s, it was difficult to find a horror film that didn’t fall under the ‘B-Movies’ category, as it was a long time before anyone took them seriously. […]

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Screenings just for you and your tots

Got some tots and love cinema? Perfect! Cause we happen to know of some cinemas that do some screenings especially for you! Offering exclusive regular Parent and Baby screenings, which include discounted tickets and a more baby-friendly environment, so you […]

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#TBT Review – Inglourious Basterds

A self proclaimed masterpiece (the balls on this guy!), Quentin Tarantino’s World War II, “Guy’s On  A Mission” subgenre movie hit cinemas during the summer of 2009. It was met with mixed reviews. From some criticising the film’s lack of […]

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Top 5 movie remakes

In an age where Hollywood is saturated with remakes, reboots and really recycable mundanity, anger and frustration can sometimes blind us from the fact that there are some great remakes. A few that even surpass their originals. The problem with […]

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What Childhood dreams are made of…

  The films you watched growing up really say a lot about a person. They stick with you for life and seem to hold some kind of homeliness about them. Whenever somebody mentions them you feel like they are talking […]

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Steven Spielberg: The Universal Wunderkind

    Steven Spielberg. A household name. A brand. He has achieved more universal success than any other filmmaker in the history on cinema. But how did he become Hollywood’s wunderkind? How did Jaws, despite its nightmare shoot, become such an overwheling success that […]

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E.T and the rest of 1982…

1982 What was the deal with 1982? Were you alive? Were you rocking out to the sweet sounds of punk, dying and styling your hair to every trend that it started to fall out? It was the year of one […]

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A Slim Fairytale: Tale of Tales review

   Matteo Garrone’s Tale of Tales is certainly easy on the eye. A lavish landscape for the bizarre surrealism of Giambattista Basile’s gruesome fairytales that even predate the Brothers Grimm. The film is loosely based on three of the Neapolitan […]

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