Post Tagged with: "culture"

Reda Report : authors on the warpath

7th September 2015 12:40 PM0 comments
Reda Report : authors on the warpath

The way authors, and artists of all sorts, make a living has been a tricky problem to solve for centuries. The opportunities for plagiarism, illicit copies, and uncontrolled distribution, have […]

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Bocca di Lupo and Gelupo Review Pt2

17th June 2015 9:00 AM0 comments
Bocca di Lupo and Gelupo Review Pt2

Hello My lovelies Ok here we are part 2 of the Bocca di Lupo and Gelupo review. I split the review up because: Part 1 was pretty lengthy Gelupo is […]

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The Power of Healing Energies: Reiki

3rd May 2015 8:25 PM0 comments
The Power of Healing Energies: Reiki

For many people, when they think of healers it conjures up images of wise men and women or witch doctors from afar performing magical rites and spells. However healing therapies […]

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The Cliff: Otherworldliness in rural Iceland

20th March 2015 9:10 AM0 comments
The Cliff: Otherworldliness in rural Iceland

The Cliff (Hamarinn, 2009) a Nordic TV production from Iceland, centres on what was deemed to be Eurochannel’s most ambitious TV crime drama. Quintessentially a thriller buried in secrets, it […]

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The World’s First Apocalypse in Fiction

18th March 2015 9:00 AM0 comments
The World’s First Apocalypse in Fiction

The world’s going to end in a lot of different ways. Take your Apocalypse pick. If you’re a young and upcoming film director with a limited budget it’s going to […]

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Zombies vs. Vampires. The Cultural War

17th March 2015 12:53 AM0 comments
Zombies vs. Vampires. The Cultural War

My original plan for this article was going to be Zombies vs. Dragons. Commenting about why it is that zombies have risen (gettit?) to cultural supremacy while dragons languish in […]

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Three Thrillers. No Oscars.

3rd March 2015 1:31 PM0 comments
Three Thrillers. No Oscars.

Thrillers are like any other genre. There are good thrillers, bad thrillers, average-ish thrillers. And there are truly excellent thrillers, the product of outstanding workman and craftsmanship. But thrillers, unlike […]

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Five London hidden gems

27th January 2015 3:47 PM0 comments
Five London hidden gems

One of the great things about London is that you are never too far from a great museum or a beautiful house but the problem is that you might not […]

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Review: Ming: 50 years that changed China

3rd December 2014 5:43 PM0 comments
Review: Ming: 50 years that changed China

In the Western world, the Ming dynasty is probably best known for its blue-and-white porcelain. However, what many of us might not know is that there is much more than […]

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