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NIFF 2015: The Quiet Hour (2014)

We have seen many films about the post-apocalyptic world, about the aftermath of alien invasion or some human error that causes a catastrophic ending. And every time we see those kind of films, we realize that there is no one who would do harm to the world as we know it except human beings themselves. 263 more words

Movie Reviews

Bill Sorrell willfully distorts the record

On Tuesday morning, our beloved Eternal General made an appearance on WDEV’s Mark Johnson Show. Unlike last week’s sad excuse of an interview on VPR, Johnson actually grilled him long and hard on the questions surrounding his campaign finances. 457 more words

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Theatre: Kill Me Now, Park Theatre

Kill Me Now 

Park Theatre

Reviewed on Tuesday 24h February 2015

★★★★

After a 17 year hiatus, Greg Wise has made a triumphant return to the London stage in Brad Fraser’s Kill Me Now at the Park Theatre, in its intimate Park 200 auditorium. 499 more words

Theatre Review

Euthanasia - let's have a mass debate: Kill Me Now at the Park Theatre

Sunday 22nd February 2015, matinée

We’ve had some great experiences so far at the Park Theatre, so when we heard that they were going to be hosting a black comedy about disability and euthanasia called ‘Kill Me Now’, we felt strangely drawn to the idea of another visit. 613 more words

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Money can't buy me love

The race for Governor of Vermont had all the makings of “Bambi Vs. Godzilla II: The Re-Flattening.” Scott MIlne was a badly underfunded candidate who ran a goofy, error-filled campaign, while Peter Shumlin was the consummate political pro with a huge bankroll and a far stronger party apparatus. 791 more words

2014 Election

They came from beyond...

The Quiet Hour (TBA) – Raindance

It seems the UK is full of low budget film efforts, most of which involve an artistic combination of ‘authentic’ characters venting social grievances within confines of a kebab shop / council flat / run-down estate (stop me if you’ve heard this before). 264 more words

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Carthage

This is a hugely impressive first play by someone with real world experience of its subject matter, and it shows. What I like most about it is that it takes a subject rarely staged and it doesn’t take sides; it presents you with single mum Anne & her son Tommy’s tragic story for you to consider for yourself. 179 more words

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