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Michael Grandage's use of dark humour and relentless gore to explore Ireland's complex history of sectarian conflict.
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Deijkers continues his exploration of the dynamic space created by the merging of techno and UK bass
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Celebrity imprints may allow new artists to be published, but does it also betray our society's dependence upon celebrity clout?
Chance, market concerns, and bias make the intrinsic superiority of winners doubtful
It's a film sure to make piles of "Money, Money, Money" at the box office, but will this sequel have you saying "Thank You For The Music", or reaching to flush it down the "Waterloo"?
The Sacramento-based experimental hip-hop trio have released a project that mixes up plenty of fresh, new sounds even if some ideas fail to deliver