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Book Review: The Art and Making of Penny Dreadful

The Showtime series Penny Dreadful, written and created by John Logan, breathes life into some of classic horror's most iconic characters. So while we wait...

Book Review: The Martian by Andy Weir

Think you're having a bad day? Mark Watney's is worse. Trust me. Believing him to be dead after an accident, Mark's crew have left him...

Book Review: 70×70 – Unlicensed Preaching: A Life Unpacked In 70...

Iain Sinclair, the writer, filmmaker, and poet celebrates his incredible 70 years with a delightful choice of 70 films. Sinclair’s choices are beautifully illustrated...

Book Review: On Set With John Carpenter: The Photographs Of Kim...

John Carpenter is rightfully renowned and enormously successful in his sci-fi and horror repertoire and there’s one thing that always lingers; his unique sense of visual representation. From...

Book Review: Showrunners

The official companion to the TV show of the same name, Showrunners: The Art of Running a TV Show takes an inside look at the...

Book Review: Adventure Time: The Original Cartoon Title Cards

Are you a fan of the superbly fun Adventure Time? Though it's currently airing its sixth season and a seventh in the works, you might be...

Book Review: The Art of John Alvin

You may not be familiar with the late John Alvin's name but you are more than likely familiar with his work. The incredibly talented...

Book Review: 24 Live Another Day – Deadline

Are you a 24 fan? Did you absolutely love the latest refresh of the franchise 24: Live Another Day? Wondering how you’ll cope now...

Book Review: The Goldfinch

Terrorism, drug addiction, gambling and crime. Sounds exciting doesn’t it? Well, despite exploring all these thrilling topics and more, Donna Tartt’s latest Pulitzer Prize...

Book Review: The Art Of… Rise Of The Planet Of The...

Author(s): Matt Hurwitz, Sharon Gosling, Adam Newell with the foreword by Matt Reeves Publisher: Titan Books Pages: 176 pages “To me, what was exciting about this film...