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Blu-ray of the week: Bushwick

David Roy
THIS gritty low budget actioner/thriller received mixed reviews at cinemas earlier this year; however, Bushwick's current 'rotten' 45 per cent rating on Rottentomatoes.

Foot in mouth: Underwhelming animation The Son of Bigfoot

A BULLIED teenager's tragic past is exposed as a lie in Jeremy Degruson and Ben Stassen's computer-animated romp, which hangs a traditional rites-of-passage story on the existence of an untamed creature from American folklore.

Halloween horror: The Thing at South 13 Belfast

David Roy
THE film-mad folks at Newcastle Community Cinema (NCC) are taking a real cinematic chiller on the road this Halloween with a special screening of John Carpenter's The Thing at South 13 in Belfast.

Arts Q&A: Barry Devlin on U2, Charles Dickens and Bach

Jenny Lee
1. When did you think about a career in music/writing and what were your first steps into it? Music? Hearing The Beatles sing Love Me Do on a borrowed transistor radio in the infirmary in St Patrick’s College, Armagh, in October 1962 was a real road-to-Damascus moment for me.

Happy enough? Bad Day For The Cut on tour

David Roy
HAVING wowed audiences at the Sundance Film Festival and the Belfast Film Festival, locally made revenge thriller Bad Day For The Cut will now be hitting the road for a series of cinema screenings throughout the north.

Watch this: Mindhunter

David Roy
THE best thing about being stuck indoors for an entire day due to inclement weather is the guilt-free TV binging – and Mindhunter provided a welcome distraction to ex-hurricane Ophelia on Monday.

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