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The origins of ‘Cosplay’ – short for ‘costume play’ – are often up for debate. A widespread opinion is that... Read More

The jump from movies to television isn’t nearly as unusual these days as it used to be. Kevin Spacey is... Read More

Markus Zusak’s beloved and best-selling novel about a young girl living in war-torn Nazi Germany, who finds solace in stolen... Read More

With the release of The Stranger Within on DVD, Flicks And The City has a Sony DVD player and 3... Read More

Flicks And The City takes a special, behind-the-scenes peek into the world of recording and mixing film music…

As tourists performed... Read More

With the release of The To Do List on DVD, Flicks And The City has 3 DVDs to give away to our... Read More

With Valentine Day nearly upon us, what better time to look back at the most romantic moments brought to us... Read More

[This article features SPOILERS for the A Song of Ice and Fire novels and almost certainly has SPOILERS for season... Read More

Now we’re well and truly done with Christmas and New Year, it’s time for the UK convention scene to wake... Read More

A good dance movie has the power to make us get lost in a mix of music and dance all from... Read More

When Dreamworks released How To Train Your Dragon in 2010 the trailer didn’t generate much hype, so cinemagoers weren’t expecting... Read More

The New Year signals a new crop of rom-coms and That Awkward Moment (15) is first up with a fresh... Read More

Yes, I know it’s not out until December, but that doesn’t stop us getting excited for the final part of... Read More

Sky 1’s bilingual thriller The Tunnel, an Anglo-French adaptation of Scandinavian crime drama The Bridge, has proved to be as... Read More

A recent interview with 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen struck a nerve with me. I balled my fist... Read More

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