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Clockwise

Brian Stimpson, the meticulously organised headmaster of Thomas Tompion Comprehensive School, could be considered clockwise, ahead of his time with the timetables of every student and member of
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The Mandalorian

Broadcast November 17th, 1978, though now largely and understandably sidelined in the larger continuity, the Star Wars Holiday Special was the first television spin-off of the hugely successful
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Der Golem

An epic tale of religious persecution and of the supernatural, of powers ancient and ultimately uncontrollable, it is difficult to believe that Der Golem was first released just
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The Exorcist – Live

As church bells toll and vespers are devoutly chanted, barely concealing the cacophony of whispered voices which fill the room, the auditorium alternately subjected to blinding light then
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Doctor Sleep

Despite being one of the most reliable of the many genres of cinema in terms of longevity and audience response, horror has always suffered from a perception that
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Making Waves

The first of many insights and observations presented in the documentary Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound, is not only one of the most profound and important,
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Child’s Play

“Happiness is about more than being entertained,” Henry Kaslan, founder and CEO of the Kaslan Corporation, in the launch video for the second wave of their Buddi dolls.
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3 from Hell

It was the trial of the decade, the Devil’s Rejects, Otis Driftwood, Vera-Ellen “Baby” Firefly and Johnny Lee “Captain Spaulding” Johns, the trio of notorious killers behind the
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Terminator: Dark Fate

With the invention of time travel neither the past nor the future are set in stone, instead rendered malleable, a change at the right point potentially influencing, directing
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