Criminally Underrated: The Handmaid’s Tale
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Criminally Underrated: The Handmaid’s Tale

We are all well and truly fucked, particularly if we have lady parts or non-white…

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Moka
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Moka

This is entertaining, setting-specific thriller storytelling at its finest and an exemplar of artful genre…

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Past Life
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Past Life

A heavy-handed platform for the most puerile and clumsy articulation of a truly noble idea:…

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Big House on the Prairie: by John M. Eason
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Big House on the Prairie: by John M. Eason

Big House on the Prairie expresses several worthy claims and good evidence, but problems including…

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Berlin Syndrome
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Berlin Syndrome

Love of Country: by Madeleine Bunting
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Love of Country: by Madeleine Bunting

Love of Country elucidates the importance of one of Britain’s edge communities, the Hebrides, in…

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Criminally Underrated: The International
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Criminally Underrated: The International

The Great Departure: by Tara Zahra
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The Great Departure: by Tara Zahra

The Great Departure is precisely the sort of ambitious, entertaining research that should be done…

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Rediscover: The Headless Woman
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Rediscover: The Headless Woman

A careful character study that doubles as a political allegory, a formally experimental cinematic undertaking…

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Hounds of Love
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Hounds of Love

Hounds of Love is a serial-killer-and-captivity thriller at its core—and a successful one—and the viewer…

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