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Review: Yage Is Our Life

An insightful and poignant look into the effect that the commericialistion of yage is having on the indigenous people of Putumayo, Colombia

Photo: Netflix

Review: Black Mirror S3E01 — Nosedive

Nosedive is a technically successful pilot episode for the new season of Black Mirror — but is it really all that original?

Photo: Fade to Black Productions

Review: Nocturnal Animals

Nocturnal Animals welcomes the viewer into its thrilling world of riches and lost love

Photo: FX Network, 20th Television

Review: Atlanta

In a world devoid of original sitcom concepts, Donald Glover’s Atlanta provides a topical comedy with more heart and creativity than anything currently on TV

Photograph: Sony Pictures Entertainment

A Street Cat Named Bob

A feel-good story let down by feel-not-so-good storytelling and tone

Photo: Heyday Films

The Light Between Oceans : a two-hour perfume commercial

Derek Cianfrance’s new film offers a wide range of aesthetically-pleasing footage. Unfortunately, his character development is not as pleasing

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Top 5: Spoken Word Songs

The concept of a spoken word song seems almost contradictory and yet these songs are arguably some of the most powerful and emotionally evocative recorded, writes Katie Shepherd.

Photo: FilmNation Entertainment

Preview: Arrival

Anticipation for the new sic-fi film Arrival — a possible oscar winner?

Photo: Netflix

Review: Black Mirror, Men Against Fire

A chilling look into the future of warfare in the third season of Black Mirror

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Black Mirror Series Three

Black Mirror series three is exactly as expected: a clumsy and blundering criticism of the modern world

Photo: Marvel Entertainment

Review: Doctor Strange

Marvel-obsessive or merely a general amateur film buff, Doctor Strange’s lively plot will certainly get your heart racing

Phot: AMC Studios

Review: The Walking Dead SE07E1

The season premiere sent shockwaves through The Walking Dead universe in what is by far the most astonishing episode of the series to date