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Mindhunter – intellectual pulp.

We all find serial killers fascinating, and the odder their motivations and crimes are, the better. A quote from Fight Club, a film principally about psychosis induced by immersing one’s self in a materialistic life, explains this intrigue, ‘only when … Continue reading

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Stranger Things – The X-Files meets the Goonies

Everyone’s experienced that specific frustration – an embittered envy that occurs when someone else has thought of something that should’ve been obvious to you before the fact. Take any ubiquitous modern technology; say Smartphones, they’re so practical and indispensable to … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Samsung S7, and how it will evolve digital media from here.

The Samsung S7 is a smartphone. More smart than it is phone, but by heck is it smart. Intuitive is the word. In fact, I’m living, breathing, walking, shitting evidence that it’s completely idiot proof, it’s a terrific bit of … Continue reading

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House Of Cards is a rarity – it’s a remake which transcends its progenitor.

I remember watching the original, BBC produced, version of “House Of Cards” and not quite getting it. And by ‘it’ I mean all the shock. Even at that impressionable age, I assumed that certain people were nasty. Still, I was enthralled … Continue reading

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