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Bring me Thanos! An in-depth discussion of Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers Infinity War is the biggest movie of 2018 to date – check out the discussion here

*Contains SPOILERS!*

Where is Gamora? Who is Gamora? Why is Gamora?? You can find the answer to all these questions and more in the latest episode of Bleep:The Podcast.

Did you enjoy Avengers: Infinity War? If you loved it, hated it or are left in a stunned daze then check out the detailed discussion on this episode of Bleep: The Podcast featuring Alex Tipler and D.M. Cain.

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The 12 best dystopian movies – by D.M. Cain

The 12 best dystopian movies –

by D.M. Cain

From an early age I was always more interested when things went wrong in the world. The light, fluffy Disney world of my younger childhood was left behind as I passed into my teenage years and surrounded myself with works of dystopian fiction such as George Orwell’s 1984 and Animal Farm, William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451.

This love of a futuristic world gone wrong spilled over into my movie taste as well. So, here is a list of my favourite dystopian movies of all time, appearing in no particular order. What are your favourites?

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Why I’m becoming disillusioned with the Oscars – a guest post by Alex Thomas

Why I’m becoming disillusioned with the Oscars – a guest post by Alex Thomas

 

Ah, the Oscars. The annual awards ceremony hosted by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Science.

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It celebrates all things film and rewards those who have been judged to have made the best contribution to the industry we all know and love. The coveted by many yet gifted to so few, Oscars. It was often assumed (by me admittedly and so many more of us) that the Oscar goes to… the greatest of its category, the ‘Best Picture’ of the year, the ‘Best Actor’ or ‘Actress’, the ‘Best Director’ and so on and so forth.

I’ve always gone along with these awards and believed their certification to be the gospel truth, to carry more weight than the opinions of friends and family, to trust The Academy to only award the best of the best, year in year out. I’ve taken ‘Metacritic’ scores to be the measure of all good cinema, and Oscar nominations as an unshakable mark of a the best films of the year.

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