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Almost exactly two years ago I was just about to finish what would become the most successful blog entry on HQCovers ever: Star Wars – The Force Awakens. It was a massive undertaking, at least from my perspective. Nineteen (quite complicated) custom…

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December… it’s that time of the year again. When hundreds of thousands of people cheerfully maintain their religious traditions. And children of all ages desperately wait for that one single night. The whole world is collectively going nuts over the…

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We’ve seen quite a few films in which Matt Damon needed someone else to save his sorry ass. Alexander Payne’s scifi satire Downsizing isn’t one of those for a change. This time around Matt Damon takes fate into his own giant hands and – for the greater…

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A re you in for some good ol’ crying time? Well then let me point you over to one of the most heart-wrenching, beautiful and adorable little films I’ve ever seen in my life: Jim Sheridan’s semi-autobiographical fairy-tale from across the pond, In America.…

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There’s a whole subgenre of comedy films that address both humor and sadness. The likes In Bruges, Sideways or even Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, if you like. I think those are the most rewarding “funny” films out there. They retain a…

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If you’re following my facebook channel you may have already seen a lot of these covers. It was at the end of August when Netflix began to put out weekly Stranger Things tribute posters, each one resembling a famous movie from the past. Back then I was…

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  Jeff Nichols’ magnificent psychological drama Take Shelter really caught me off guard. It’s one of those films that captivates you from the very first scene. The story starts with little exposition and you’re thrown into a situation you don’t really…

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            The Void. That is all.        

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There was a time in the early 2000’s when I was particularly keen on Asian horror flicks. It all started with  – I kid you not – an unmarked copy of Ju-On: The Grudge which a friend brought over. We’ve watched it late at night on my shitty telly, knowing…

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Man, has it really been this long already? Last week HQCovers has officially turned five. By now it has learned to write its own name and has become extremely picky when it comes to dress up in the morning. Also, its extended warrany has now expired, so…
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