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Dawn of the Braindead

Revered film critic Roger Ebert once claimed that ‘every film is only as good as its villain’. Whilst this is a sweeping generalization: less dramatic films tend to hinge less on ideological conflict, and films with more accomplished character work delve deeper than the binary black/white morality of traditional ‘heroes’ and ‘villains’, it is still one grounded in truth. 456 more words

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April Reading: The Troop by Nick Cutter

Publication Date: February 25, 2014

About the Book:

It begins like a campfire story: Five boys and a grownup went into the woods…

It ends in madness and murder.  134 more words

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