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Dunes

April 28, 2017 6:05 pm0 comments
Dunes

  Go slowly into the long night, through the blackest void to the light at the top of the stairwell. The last dress you’ll ever wear pulls tense over steely mandibles. Fresh linens, ironed smooth; broach proudly emblazoned. Arms quietly folded with purpose. A welcoming ossuary; five by three – […]

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Descant Duality (Or The Madness of Two)

March 13, 2016 7:16 pm0 comments
Descant Duality (Or The Madness of Two)

From cinder and spark comes a rising spirit, as sagacity soars on the breath of the wind. Organic, tangible, alive with the smell of nurturing seedtime. A faithful follower of your bold distinction; an unbearable calling of purpose bestowed me. Descant duality plays over my doubts, as the morning song […]

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Mourning A Relationship As You Would A Person

January 30, 2016 9:00 am0 comments
Mourning A Relationship As You Would A Person

While I was still in university, the film P.S. I Love You (Hilary Swank, Kathy Bates, Gerard Butler) came out and I watched it in the cinema. I seem to remember crying a lot, but that’s beside the point. I cry at everything. However, in it, there is a scene […]

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Direction for the ones left behind

January 19, 2016 6:29 pm0 comments
Direction for the ones left behind

Grief. That somewhat awkward five lettered word that no one really feels a hundred percent comfortable talking about. We become uneasy about burdening others with our troubles, or fear that they may no longer see us as a fun, friendly individual if we start to broach the subject of our […]

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Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets.

October 28, 2014 9:02 am0 comments
Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets.

  “Even now that we’re all grown ups,” announces Jarvis Cocker to a sold out Motorpoint Arena, “we still get scared when we come play Sheffield.” The city, which he later explains, holds a special place in his heart and is the foundation and inspiration for so many of Pulp’s […]

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R.I.P.D – A Review

September 6, 2013 1:19 pm0 comments
R.I.P.D – A Review

‘R.I.P.D’ is a bit like a cross between ‘Ghost Busters’ and ‘Men in Black’. It is one of the most uniquely interesting films of the year. Detectives Nick Walker (Ryan Reynolds) and Bobby Hayes (Kevin Bacon) stole a chest full of gold during a raid but Walker begins to regret […]

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Teenage boy kills sister using “WWE style wrestling moves”

June 22, 2013 4:58 pm0 comments
Teenage boy kills sister using “WWE style wrestling moves”

A teenage boy has been charged with second degree murder after killing his younger sister with what officials are calling “WWE style wrestling moves”. Devalon Armstrong, 13, is alleged to have used wrestling moves he saw on World Wrestling Entertainment’s weekly TV shows on his 5-year-old sister Viloude Louis at […]

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Review: Stoker – a Thrilling Watch

June 13, 2013 8:00 pm0 comments
Review: Stoker – a Thrilling Watch

When one looks at the title, Stoker, it is automatically assumed to be a project related to Bram Stoker, author of Dracula. Although this movie does not have anything to do with vampirism, it does leave its audience similarly unnerved; especially when the tagline is ‘Do not disturb the family.’ […]

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