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Repatriation (2017) review

After returning from serving abroad, a soldier decides to visit all the bars of his hometown, where he meets many people from his past in the independent feature Repatriation.

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The October Flowers (2017) review

After being left a home by her recently deceased grandma, Danielle finds herself living amongst some old ghosts of previous occupants in the film The October Flowers.

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Trouble is My Business (2017) review

Set in the 1940’s, Private Investigator Roland Drake finds himself on a dangerous missing persons case after being hired by a beautiful dame. We review the independent feature film Trouble is My Business.

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Cotton Wool (2017) short film review

When a single mother suffers a stroke, both her life and the lives of her two children are changed forever in the powerful short film Cotton Wool.

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Elijah’s Ashes review (2017)

A gay man and his homophobic brother must take a road trip together in order to take their recently deceased father’s ashes to their resting place, in the comedy feature Elijah’s Ashes.

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The Evolution of Prestige TV in America: Thanks HBO!

At no time in entertainment history have there been so many good TV series. From Game of Thrones to Breaking Bad to Westworld to House of Cards, TV fans are in a good place.