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Alex Graham
Leeds Metropolitan University

Film student at the Northern Film School. Aspiring screenwriter. American Pyscho enthusiast.

Much like Aaron Sorkin, writer's block "is my default setting".

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Joachim Trier's haunting coming-of-age tale imparts a mystically enlightened exposition of sheer vicarious emotion.

Film Review: Thelma @ Leeds International Film Festival 2017

Joachim Trier's haunting coming-of-age tale imparts a mystically enlightened exposition of sheer vicarious emotion.

Originally a Labour Party speechwriter, Joel Baker is now one of the UK's fastest rising musicians.

Interview: Joel Baker

Originally a Labour Party speechwriter, Joel Baker is now one of the UK's fastest rising musicians.

Denis Villeneuve rekindles the dystopian world of Ridley Scott's cult classic in the most visually stunning and benevolently profound way imaginable.

Film Review: Blade Runner 2049

Denis Villeneuve rekindles the dystopian world of Ridley Scott's cult classic in the most visually stunning and benevolently profound way imaginable.

A timely trip down memory lane, even if it is arguably the same old story.

Album Review: Milburn - Time

A timely trip down memory lane, even if it is arguably the same old story.

A coarsely visceral, multi-faceted exploration of sheer obsession and unadulterated devotion.

Film Review: Mother!

A coarsely visceral, multi-faceted exploration of sheer obsession and unadulterated devotion.

A jarring blood-soaked thrill ride that never takes itself too seriously, and is all the better for it.

Film Review: 68 Kill @ FrightFest 2017

A jarring blood-soaked thrill ride that never takes itself too seriously, and is all the better for it.

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Enough to whet your appetite, but still no release date?

TV Trailer: Black Mirror (Series 4)

Enough to whet your appetite, but still no release date?

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A week of revelations and confrontations befalls Westeros.

TV Review: Game Of Thrones (Season 7, Episode 2)

A week of revelations and confrontations befalls Westeros.

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The preview was unveiled during the show's Comic Con panel last night

TV Trailer: Doctor Who (Christmas Special)

The preview was unveiled during the show's Comic Con panel last night

An unrelenting masterclass in no holds barred immersion, from a true giant of cinema.

Film Review: Dunkirk

An unrelenting masterclass in no holds barred immersion, from a true giant of cinema.

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History has been made as the BBC recruits their first ever female incarnation of the Time Lord.

Jodie Whittaker has been named as the 13th Doctor Who

History has been made as the BBC recruits their first ever female incarnation of the Time Lord.

Hear it from Christopher Nolan himself.

Why you need to see Dunkirk in IMAX

Hear it from Christopher Nolan himself.

Manchester's Corella stamp their mark on the soundtrack of this summer with the effortlessly infectious 'Barcelona Girl'.

Hear This: Corella - Barcelona Girl

Manchester's Corella stamp their mark on the soundtrack of this summer with the effortlessly infectious 'Barcelona Girl'.

Manchester's Larkins are back with a new tune that'll latch on to your eardrums and refuse to let go

Hear This: Larkins - Sugar Sweet

Manchester's Larkins are back with a new tune that'll latch on to your eardrums and refuse to let go

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This week, we discovered the 'true' fate of the Lost Ninth Legion.

TV Review: Doctor Who (Series 10, Episode 10)

This week, we discovered the 'true' fate of the Lost Ninth Legion.

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This week: the Ice Warriors returned, with a little help from the British Army.

TV Review: Doctor Who (Series 10, Episode 9)

This week: the Ice Warriors returned, with a little help from the British Army.

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While it can seem a little rough around the edges from time to time, this week's episode doesn't dither when delving into what it wants to say.

TV Review: Doctor Who (Series 10, Episode 7)

While it can seem a little rough around the edges from time to time, this week's episode doesn't dither when delving into what it wants to say.

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The Great War is here.
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