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Drew Rowsome
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A writer, musician, editor and pop culture critic
A writer, musician, editor and pop culture critic

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The Royale: a theatrical knockout
While trying to find out who coined the phrase "sweet science" to refer to boxing, I came across a isport.com quote that works just as well: "Depending on the viewer, boxing can be seen as a violent, barbaric sport or a beautiful and artistic display of ath...
The Royale: a theatrical knockout
The Royale: a theatrical knockout
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Pearle Harbour's Chautauqua offers transformative ecstasy
Well, the moon is broken and the sky is cracked Come on up to the house The only things that you can see is all that you lack Come on up to the house Tom Waits being sung scratchily by an unseen figure circling a tent where we are huddled on rough wooden be...
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Photographer James Critchley: laughter and muscle
"I love it when models are really creative and bring their own props and ideas," says photographer James Critchley. Even more so when they have a "sense of humour and are willing to get naked in the freezing English weather." Critchley's models are usually ...
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The Infinite: Douglas Clegg
While industriously working away on another project, I realized that, while being reasonably well read, I was not well versed in the horror genre. I have developed a taste for Stephen King (reviews of   Revival ,  Needful Things ,  Joyland   and   Mr Merced...
The Infinite: Douglas Clegg
The Infinite: Douglas Clegg
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The Vampire de Sade: a wonderful premise gets bogged in psychobabble
While industriously working away on another project, I realized that, while being reasonably well read, I was not well versed in the horror genre. I have developed a taste for Stephen King (reviews of   Revival ,  Needful Things ,  Joyland   and   Mr Merced...
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The Wolves: teamwork is all
A soccer team stretches in preparation for a game. The AstroTurf beneath them is a brilliant green and their chatter, initially, is divided, in neatly overlapping conversations between the atrocities committed by the Khmer Rogue and teasing about menstruati...
The Wolves: teamwork is all
The Wolves: teamwork is all
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The Nether: when Sims explore their basest urges
The Nether is a crime procedural set in the near future when life online has supplanted life in a bleak reality. It is also a prediction that those Sims who seem so cute and harmless will eventually, if not already, begin indulging their darkest and most pe...
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Legends of Horror: a stroll in the garden of terror
On a crisp autumn night, with the hint of Halloween on the horizon, what could be more delightful than a stroll through the grounds, courtyards and dank tunnels of a ancient castle? Yes, the garden is full of rustling, bones and creatures that leap out thre...
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Maria by Callas: getting intimate with a glorious diva
There has been much fervent debate over whether Maria Callas was one of the greatest voices of our time or one of the most hyped. She was definitely one of the first celebrities to achieve a worldwide popular fame. And I would argue that her ability to dire...
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