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Film Review: God Help The Girl

The brainchild of Belle and Sebastian singer/songwriter Stuart Murdoch, kickstarter-funded God Help the Girl is likely to be the most adorkable (apologies) indie film of the summer.

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Car Review: Vauxhall Adam Rocks Air

Said to have a million different specification and trim combinations, the ADAM is showing the sort of motoring allure that makes a model as much a must-have fashion accessory as transport.

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Win one of two Ninja Apocalypse DVD’s

You love Ninja’s right? And you love Zombies too? Put them together and what do you get? Ninja Apocalypse. THE film to ask that life or death pub question. Who would win? Zombies or Ninja’s?

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Sponsored Video: Sauza Tequila

The origins of ‘The Margarita’ , like so many of the best things in the world are open to dispute. Some say it was an 1940′s American socialite. Margaret ‘Margarita’ Sames who first added ‘a dash of triple sec’ and the juice of half a lime to an unsuspecting glass of cold tequila.

The Keeper of Lost Causes

Film Review: The Keeper of Lost Causes

Department Q is the basement backwater where detective Carl Mørck (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) finds himself reassigned on his return to the force, following his recovery from serious injuries sustained in a stakeout gone wrong. It’s a crypt of cases that are not so much cold as positively Siberian.

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Win one of three copies of The Informant on DVD

In order to free his family from financial worries, Marc Duval (Gilles Lellouche – Mesrine: Killer Instinct, Little White Lies, Tell No One), a Frenchman expatriated to Gibraltar, becomes a spy for French customs.

Win an Antic Pop-UP Easy Camp Tent

Ideal for festivals and weekends away it’s light (less than 2kg), portable and extremely tough. What’s more the winner will be getting an über rare Black one, perfect to block the morning sun for those who like a late night AND a lie-in the day after.

Film Review : Deliver Us From Evil

Film Review: Deliver Us From Evil

The poster for ‘Deliver Us from Evil’ proudly trumpets the film it’s advertising as being ‘Inspired by the actual accounts of NYPD sergeant Ralph Sarchie’ – a significant retreat even from the standard horror movie poster nonsense of ‘Inspired by true events’.

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Film Review: Lucy

There’s an inherent flaw with fictional depictions of supreme intelligence; namely that the made-up mastermind is only ever able to utter anything as smart as their, in all likelihood, less-than hyper-intelligent creator can come up with.