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The New Horizons Issue (#26)
 

Happy New Year readers, and welcome to The Spread’s first issue for 2016! 2015 was a busy and important ...

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Why “Circle” is the most culturally relevant sci-fi film of 2015
 

It might seem cheap on the surface, but “Circle” has a lot to say about who we are – and where we’...

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The Sci-Fi Issue (#25)
 

Welcome everyone to the latest issue of The Spread! We’ve just come out of a very busy month for Cinema ...

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The Short Film Issue (#24)
 

Greetings everyone, and welcome to the November issue of The Spread! This month, we’re focusing on all ...

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