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Book review: Halo: Cryptum

If you’re a true sci-fi geek and you love the Halo video game series then Greg Bear’s latest novel, Halo: Cryptum may be just the book for you. Greg Bear is one of the world’s foremost sci-fi authors...
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Album review: Taylor Swift – 1989

CHRISTY KIM Taylor Swift has come a long way in terms of her musical maturity with the release of 1989. In comparison to her 2012 album, Red, Taylor has expanded her musical credibility by creating w...
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Film review: The Town That Dreaded Sundown

RYAN WOODS Directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, The Town That Dreaded Sundown is a unique metafictional horror film that blends classic slasher elements with a genuinely chilling true story. Based on the...
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Game review: Super Smash Bros 3DS

Maybe it’s just my memory playing tricks on me, thinking back to my Gameboy Colour, but I still seem to have a mistaken belief that handhelds just can’t compete with console-quality offerings. Among ...
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Comic review: The Private Eye

The Private Eye is a well-balanced warning targeted directly at our generation. Or, perhaps more specifically, the device in our generation’s pocket. Written by Bryan K. Vaughn (Saga, Y: The Last Man...