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Jamie McEvoy

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DM17 Film Season: Frankenstein & Bride of Frankenstein

As part of Design Manchester’s 2017 Film Season, The Dancehouse resurrects two horror classics on the big screen

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Halloween Picks 2017

A selection of spooky cinematic treats to sink your teeth into this Halloween

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Review: The Party

A star studded cast whine and dine in a smouldering soirée hosted by Kristin Scott Thomas and Timothy Spall

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Super League Grand Final XXII: Castleford 6-24 Leeds

Heartbreak for Castleford as Leeds Rhinos surged to victory at Old Trafford

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Review: On Body and Soul

A brutal yet alluring Hungarian meditation on dreams and romance from director Ildikó Enyedi

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Preview: Super League Grand Final XXII – Castleford Tigers v Leeds Rhinos

Ahead of the biggest event of the Rugby Super League calendar, Jamie McEvoy prepares us for what’s in store at Old Trafford on Saturday

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Top 5: Spy Films

As Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle hits cinemas, Jamie McEvoy gives us his top 5 spy films

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Review: Wind River

Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen star in a chilling thriller set in the unforgiving snowy wilderness of Wyoming

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Review: Mother!

From the director of Requiem for a Dream and Black Swan, comes an unrelenting nightmare starring Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem

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Wakefield Trinity 16-18 St Helens: Saints clinch victory at Wakefield and hang on to play-off hopes

Jonny Lomax’s late try saves the day for St Helens as Trinity suffer a dent to their play-off bid

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Review: The Limehouse Golem

Ackroyd’s 1994 novel is adapted for the big screen in a sinister Victorian murder mystery led by Bill Nighy

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Top 5: Foreign language films

Following the worldwide release of acclaimed Japanese fantasy-drama Your Name, Jamie McEvoy compiles his top 5 foreign language films