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Coriolanus, Donmar Theatre, London

By Miriam Gillinson A perfect engine, a human soldier, a “kind of nothing.” Coriolanus is a steaming cauldron of a role, a man as hot…

An Archaeology Book to Change Your Life

By Richard Swan Very occasionally a book comes along that changes your life, in the sense that it alters your thinking and causes you to…

A Hierarchy Nevertheless

By Nicky Charlish Postwar British history has been a fruitful furrow for scholars to plough. After books covering a range of subjects from the New…

Kairo (Pulse)

Perhaps no other country has produced as many horror movies as the United States—and no other country can call itself the motherland of the most…

Arrival

Movies about contact with aliens are so numerous that counting all of them would probably be an impossible task. Aliens abduct, scrutinize, infiltrate, devastate, enslave,…

The Vvitch

In my humble opinion, the genre of horror movies is currently experiencing a severe crisis. This statement is true for the American film industry: the…

Dyatlov Pass Incident (Devil’s Pass)

There are thriller movies you remember a long time after watching. “The Silence of the Lambs,” “Psycho,” “Shutter Island,” “The Blair Witch Project”—these are just…

Writing a Play Review

Why would someone need to write a review for a theatrical play? First of all, to inform the potential audience about what they are going…

The Martian

The last time a science-fiction movie was released that did not look silly was when Christopher Nolan came out with “Interstellar.” Long before and after…

Album Review: The Centre by Sami Yusuf

U.K. based Sami Yusuf has gradually reinvented himself as a solely Islamic pop musician (once named “the king of Islamic pop”) to a singer-songwriter who…

Writing a Music Review

Before buying a music group’s album/song on the Internet or in a music shop, you can shape your opinion of it by reading numerous reviews.…

A Poem of Kabir

Kabir, a 15th century saint and poet from India, wrote poems that rallied against organized religion and called for divine experience rather than dogma. His…

The Shawshank Redemption

If I was asked about my favorite film, I would think for a rather long time about the answer. There are many well-rounded films that…

Gravity

I decided to watch “Gravity” after I heard claims that it is the best film about outer space that has ever been released on screen. I have…

Now You See Me

My girlfriend often says the main problem with Hollywood (among many) is that it seems to have a skill to bury interesting thoughts. Screenplay writers,…

A Poet to His Beloved

“A Poet to His Beloved“ by famed Irish Revival poet William Butler Yeats is a succinct dedication to a lover, but with a bittersweet feel. Employing exacting and…

Writing Poetry Analysis

Poetry analysis, also sometimes referred to as a poetry review, is a reflection on a poem that involves analyzing the poetic instruments, discussing the language…

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