Thomas Brogan is on the run. He’s killed people – quite a few, it turns out – and the police are on his tail. As he legs it through the streets and alleys of the urban sprawl somewhere in the UK, he runs past a terrace of houses. The one on the end seems empty,
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England in the early 1950s must have been a pretty grey and dismal place to live. The country was still recovering from World War II, and rationing didn’t end until 1954. No wonder, then, that the 1960s were ‘swinging’ as a new sense of freedom swept the land. In the centre of that maelstrom of
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Anthony Roman There’s an X-Files episode for everything. Chris Carter‘s iconic sci-fi drama churned out 218 episodes and two movies over a span of 25 years, experimenting with form and genre in a way that pushed the boundaries of what a TV show could do. The X-Files could be a surreal black-and-white fable for a
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I’ve made it a bit of a book mission to proselytize the works of Silvia Moreno-Garcia. It’s not an overly difficult mission if the potential converts enjoy any kind of speculative fiction. Moreno-Garcia’s novels cross in and out of genres, marking each with the author’s signature touch: her headstrong heroines. You’ve undoubtedly heard of the
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Watch the empowering speech in full below. By Maddison Glendinning Date July 14, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Today, Meghan Markle addressed 40,000 young women as part of the virtual Girl Up Leadership Summit, delivering an inspiring speech to encourage them to continue to fight for change in the world. In the almost nine-minute long clip, Meghan
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Grant Imahara, the host of the long-running science show MythBusters and Netflix’s White Rabbit Project, has died. He was 49 years old. Imahara died suddenly after a brain aneurysm on Monday, July 13, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “We are heartbroken to hear this sad news about Grant,” Discovery said in statement to TV Guide.
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