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Monthly Archives: April 2014

If you’ve never seen or heard of Bomb Girls, it’s probably because it’s one of those well-loved shows that managed... Read More

Here at Flicks And The City, it’s time for the latest episode of our new Game of Thrones show: Pun... Read More

It’s hard to believe that in just a couple of years, Fargo will be 20 years old. When you look... Read More

Spider-Man clings to a wall

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has hit UK cinemas to slightly mixed, but mostly positive reviews from critics (read our 5-star... Read More

The official trailer for Jersey Boys has finally been released and it’s made us even more excited for the big-screen... Read More

Kill Your Darlings focuses on how a murder in 1944 drew together the great poets of the Beat Generation. With... Read More

Here at Flicks And The City, we’re huge fans of seeing all the Cosplay efforts at conventions around the country.... Read More

Premiering their new movie around the world, the cast of The Amazing Spider-Man 2: The Rise of Electro made a... Read More

Flicks And The City brings you the third part of the interview series Hooked Up with Anthony Mackie, aka the Falcon in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

Anthony Mackie... Read More

What’s It About? Honoured knight Chrysagon (Charlton Heston) takes over a castle tower located in the swamplands of Normandy to strength... Read More

King Joffrey has finally got his comeuppance. But who did it?

In our latest Game of Thrones review show, we look... Read More

Documentary filmmaking is becoming big business these days. With technological advances and so many more options for getting a film... Read More

There were wedding bells on Game of Thrones this week, and we all know what that means!

Yes, here at Flicks... Read More

The highly anticipated The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (12A) hits UK cinemas on 16 April 2014, but can the sequel live... Read More

Films set in enclosed spaces have the ability to not only immerse the audience in a captivating story, but can... Read More

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