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“Warm Bodies” breathes life into an almost dead genre

“Warm Bodies” shows a different side to the flesh-eating, blood-dripping zombies of classic horror films. Emma Louise-Kinnaird went to see how it compares.

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‘The Breaking Dawn’ of a new age: life after ‘Twilight’

The film saga that had fans thirsting for more is well and truly over. James Hicks looks at what remains, following the end of the “Twilight” franchise.

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‘Twilight: Breaking Dawn – Part 2’ review

The final instalment of the Twilight Saga is released in cinemas nationwide today, much to the delight of the eagerly awaiting “Twi-hard” fans of the series. Rachel Sloper went to see if the film lived up to expectations.

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‘Breaking Dawn’ is a ‘suck’cess… for fans of the series

With the launch of the ever anticipated film, David Wriglesworth went along to the midnight screening of “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1” to find out whether it was worth the hype.

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Film review: The Twilight Saga: New Moon

For those who haven’t rushed into the cinema yet, Joel Murray reviews New Moon, the second installment for the Twilight Saga, based on the novels by Stephanie Meyer.

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