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10 Films Turning 10

10 Films Turning 10

Arc turns 10 this week, to celebrate here are some films that are also turning 10! No Country for Old Men 10 years later — I’m still seeing Javier Bardem’s Anton Chigurh in my nightmares. Directed by the Cohen brothers, this neo-Western cat-and-mouse drama features cross-border gang violence, Woody Harrelson, and …

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What’s On: Pop-Up Pictures

There’s no denying that we all love going to the movies. I have many fond memories of my childhood going with my family to the cinema to watch the latest Hollywood blockbusters. Nothing beats watching Home Alone, Mrs Doubtfire, or The Lion King on a huge screen with surround sound, …

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Interview: B-Grade Society

Interview: B-Grade Society

You know those movies that are so bad they make you clutch your side in laughter when you’re meant to be screaming in fear? Well, there’s a society for that! Blitz sat down with Jack, the President of the B-Grade Society to learn more about the film equivalent of laughing …

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Throwback Thursday – Five Films You Should Watch

This week I bring you five of my favourite films. All excellent in different ways, these films were particularly memorable when I was having a nostalgic look through my DVD collection. Pan’s Labyrinth (2006) Pan’s Labyrinth (El Laberinto del Fauno) is a fantasy/war Spanish language film directed by Guillermo del …

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IND-I-Y: How to Make the Perfect Indie Film

A while back, I was watching an indie film entitled, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl and I thought to myself, this is pretty much the indie version of the Fault in Our Stars. It seems apparent that movies have stood the test of time to prove that stereotypical archetypes can …

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