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The Green Knight proves there's still room for creativity in the fantasy genre

A timeless story brought to new heights by David Lowery’s unrivalled cinematic eye, The Green Knight invites its audience on a meander through myth and legend, with just a hint of modern wit and elegance thrown in for good measure
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What Halloween Kills lacks in brains it makes up for in blood, but is that enough?

If you’re looking for something a little more innovative from the new Halloween sequel, a true insight into who or what Michael Myers is, or a clever twist, you may want to give Halloween Kills a miss
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'Squid Game' is not entirely an original product as the audience may tend to think

Netflix’s recent cultural sensation Squid Game provides an in-depth social critique of the modern capitalistic system, encapsulating the ‘debt-trap’ situation and the contradiction of ‘prosperity dream’.
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'Sex Education' - S3 depicts experiences not often featured in mainstream entertainment

“It’s not realistic.” “No school in England looks like that.” “I can’t stand Ola.” You’ll sometimes hear detractors mumble these statements about one of Netflix’s best-loved series, Sex Education, which entered its third season last month.
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RuPaul returns with a whole new batch of queens for Drag Race UK Season 3

The wait is over. Mama Ru has crossed the pond once again in search of the next drag starlet to be whisked off to Tinseltown to be given the once in a lifetime opportunity of starring in their own digital series.
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'No Time To Die': Daniel Craig's last hurrah as 007 excels in diversity and inclusion

By Claire Meakins, English, Second Year *mild spoilers ahead* No Time To Die was always going to be a landmark
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