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Review: Ghost Stories

Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman’s adaptation of their acclaimed stage play is a superbly haunting and unnerving collection of menacing tales

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Review: The Shape of Water

Guillermo Del Toro strikes gold with a beautiful meditation on love, humanity and fantasy which has made quite the splash

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Review: Shadow of the Colossus (PS4)

The 2005 PlayStation 2 classic makes a glorious and immensely nostalgic return

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What can we expect from Kingdom Hearts 3?

The long wait for the latest instalment of Square Enix’s critically acclaimed RPG is nearly over

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Review: All the Money in the World

Ridley Scott’s gripping true-story drama escapes from the shadow of Kevin Spacey’s omission, and does so with great aplomb

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Our top ten films of 2017

Deputy Film Editor Jamie McEvoy presents the best films of the past year, as voted by Mancunion Film

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Review: The Disaster Artist

James Franco directs and stars in the story behind the making of the ‘greatest bad movie ever made’

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Rugby League World Cup Final 2017: Australia 6-0 England

England’s dreams of World Cup glory end in heartbreak as Australia clinch their second consecutive title in the competition

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Rugby League World Cup 2017 – Semi Final Round-up

With Australia, Fiji, Tonga and England all contending for a place in the final, who came out victorious in the last four?

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Review: Suburbicon

George Clooney’s latest directorial feature brings an unproduced Coen Brothers story to the big screen, starring Matt Damon and Julianne Moore

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Rugby League World Cup 2017 – Quarter Finals Round-up

After a thrilling weekend of games in the last eight, it’s time to recap which teams are packing their bags, and who will be fighting for a place in the final

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Review: Kaleidoscope

Toby Jones is directed by his brother in a claustrophobic, psychological thriller which impresses despite a precarious plot