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Cult Movie: Miracle Mile

Ralph McLean
Miracle Mile FILMS about imminent nuclear apocalypse were everywhere in the 1980s.

Re-visit a classic: Planes, Trains and Automobiles

David Roy
AS SOME of you may have noticed, yesterday was Thanksgiving – the US national holiday where most of the country stuffs itself with turkey and trimmings to celebrate the Native American genocide.

Special event: The Babadook at Strand Arts Centre

David Roy
HALLOWEEN may have already come and gone, but a scary movie like acclaimed Aussie chiller The Babadook is always worth another watch at any time of the year – particularly when it's on the big screen.

Film Review: Ingrid Goes West

THE soundtrack to modern life is a melancholic symphony of beeps, rings, chirps and pings, synchronised to the drum beat of fingers swiping back and forth across LED screens.

Review: Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool

Damon Smith
BASED on a true story, director Paul McGuigan's handsomely mounted drama charts a star-crossed romance across class and cultural divides, conducted in the shadow of terminal illness.

Conor McGregor: Notorious charts Dubliner's rise to fame and fortune

New to download, stream or buy on dvd/blu-ray: CONOR MCGREGOR: NOTORIOUS (Cert 15, 86 mins, Universal Pictures (UK) Ltd, available from November 20 on Amazon Video/BT TV Store/iTunes/Sky Store/TalkTalk TV Store and other download and streaming services, also available from November 20 on DVD £19.

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