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Review: ‘Black Leopard, Red Wolf’ by Marlon James

Review: ‘Black Leopard, Red Wolf’ by Marlon James

Ellis Coopey reviews ‘Black Leopard, Red Wolf’, the first novel in Marlon James’ new fantasy series, ‘The Blackstar Trilogy’

Review: Middle-Earth: Shadow of War

You shall not pass on the latest Middle-Earth experience

Our Ones to Watch 2014

We pick out this year’s games with the most potential.

Contrary Corner: Menage a Toys

Angus tells us why he believes Toy Story is the only truly perfect film trilogy

Lord of the Rings: Guardians of Middle Earth – Preview

Jack Crutcher preview the latest entry in the Lord of the Rings franchise

Cooking up an Oscar winner: Ingredients for a Best Picture

The step-by-step guide to getting the big award at the Oscars

Movie Marathon

Lord of the Rings

Top 5: Poorly delivered lines

5. Lord of the Rings – ‘I’m no man’ So says Elf-girl Eowyn as she thrusts her blade in the Witch King’s face. I tend to think that the Witch King, when he said that ‘no man could kill him’, meant Man: the race and not Man: a male. Either he didn’t recognise female prowess or he didn’t foresee being stabbed in the head when he made this claim.