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May 14, 2021
Alan Grant

ThinkMovies: Saint Maud

FRIENDS, the other critics who have seen and written about Saint Maud have put me in a bit of an awkward situation again. Like they did when

Alan Grant

ThinkMovies: Schemers

FRIENDS, I try to keep my opinions, and the way I arrive at them, as original as possible in these weekly deep dives into the

Emma Hargan

The Mummy Diaries – Life after Lockdown sends me gaga

Emma Hargan article from Saturday 5, September, 2020 IT’S BEEN a while peeps! We decided to take some time out from blogging for a bit. Instead of frying everyone’s head with yet another blog about baking cakes with the kids and becoming borderline insulin resistant (and alcoholics), I thought it might be a good opportunity […]

Linda Holt

Leaving the rabbit hole – Boris’s Scexit game-changer

Linda Holt article from Tuesday 11, February, 2020 FOR NATIONALISTS, independence is the ultimate carrot; the shining answer to anything less than ideal in present-day Scotland; the be-all and end-all of politics. Such quasi-religious beliefs exercise a terrific lure, as nationalists demonstrate on marches, in the letters pages of newspapers, on social media and indeed […]

Alan Grant

Think Movies: Zombieland: Double Tap

IF THERE IS ONE ILLNESS that movies suffer from more than any other at the moment, it’s that they often come down with a really

Emma Hargan

The Mummy Diaries: One baby, one threenager – Week 14

Emma Hargan article from Tuesday 5, November, 2019 IT WAS HALLOWEEN at the Hargan’s last week! Jamie dressed up as a one-eyed monster and loved it. Lily had a black cat costume but she didn’t like it and refused to wear it. The only other costume I had for Lily was her Easter bunny outfit. […]

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