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Déjà Review: The Ballad of Maria Marten

Déjà Review: The Ballad of Maria Marten

Secoura Grim déjà reviews The Ballad of Maria Marten at the Lowry
Nightmare Alley: A stylish homage to film noir

Nightmare Alley: A stylish homage to film noir

Guillermo Del Toro’s noir is a classy technical feast and a love letter to the famous genre
Fast money isn’t easy to come by in Snabba Cash

Fast money isn’t easy to come by in Snabba Cash

Snabba Cash, Netflix’s latest adaptation of Jens Lapidus’s famous trilogy, is a thrilling portrayal of Stockholm’s underworld
Don’t F*ck with Lambs: Manchester student discovers bin bags brimming with dead animals in Fallowfield

Don’t F*ck with Lambs: Manchester student discovers bin bags brimming with dead animals in Fallowfield

One student’s gruesome discovery highlights the wider problem of animals being dumped in Manchester
Manchester law graduates and students feature in BBC One Series

Manchester law graduates and students feature in BBC One Series

The documentary asks whether Britain is tough enough on crime
Review: 21 Bridges

Review: 21 Bridges

Brian Kirk’s gritty Brooklyn-set police thriller 21 Bridges features exhilarating action set-pieces alongside an important and timely social message, writes Patrick Jones-O’Brien
Review: Motherless Brooklyn

Review: Motherless Brooklyn

Motherless Brooklyn uses stunning cinematography and a great soundtrack to craft a compelling and relevant story
Death Row Dinners: Starring… murderous men

Death Row Dinners: Starring… murderous men

Last week we had musicians, this week we’re taking a more sinister turn. Here we recount the last meals of some infamous murderous men
Teenager attacked at out-of-control Fallowfield student party

Teenager attacked at out-of-control Fallowfield student party

The teenager was attacked after responding to some “gatecrashers”
New Greater Manchester Police unit created to tackle violent crime

New Greater Manchester Police unit created to tackle violent crime

The unit aims to work with partners across Manchester to reduce violent crime in the area
Review: The Irishman

Review: The Irishman

Every aspect of Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman works perfectly together to create one of the decade’s seminal films, writes James McCafferty
Number of money mules aged 21 and under rises by 97%

Number of money mules aged 21 and under rises by 97%

Barclays warns that students are at risk of being targeted by criminals due to their financial worries and their ignorance towards the consequences of being used as a money mule
Review: Border

Review: Border

The new film from Ali Abassi is expertly crafted and a detailed deep dive into complex questions of the modern world, fronted by fantastic performances
Fallowfield hit by overnight burglaries

Fallowfield hit by overnight burglaries

Students have reported break-ins on Parsonage Road and Derby Road
2019’s most dangerous destinations

2019’s most dangerous destinations

Josie Fowler looks at the advice given in the recent campaign Travel Aware by The Foreign and Commonwealth office, and how you can stay safe when travelling abroad
Piccadilly Gardens branded a ‘no-go area’ by Judge

Piccadilly Gardens branded a ‘no-go area’ by Judge

The Police and Judiciary are now in disagreement over the safety of one of the city centre’s largest spaces
New student group launched to counter crime in Fallowfield

New student group launched to counter crime in Fallowfield

Fallowfield Student Crime – or FSC – also aims to ‘create a dialogue’ between students, community leaders, police, and the universities
Two people stabbed in Manchester city centre

Two people stabbed in Manchester city centre

The separate incidents took place over three hours on High Street and at Piccadilly Gardens.
Review: Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes

Review: Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes

Looks can be deceiving
Woe-161: Withington named as Manchester’s most burgled area

Woe-161: Withington named as Manchester’s most burgled area

Greater Manchester Police are warning against public responses to crime, as the force struggles with £215 million funding cuts

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