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Remakes, Reboots & Reimaginings – Has Hollywood run out of ideas?
 

They say originality is dead, well they may be right. Why are Hollywood remakes so prevalent and are they real...

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9 Films That Deserve the Remake Treatment
 

With remake/reboot fever in full swing, Matthew Wilson counts off his top picks for potential cinematic rebirt...

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A Conspiracy Mars-terpiece: Memories of “Capricorn One”
 

John Higgins unpacks the secrets of this conspiracy classic from Peter Hyams. Along with the classic 1978 rema...

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10 Years On: “Breach” may be the most politically relevant film in the world
 

On its tenth anniversary, The Spread takes a look at why Billy Ray’s political thriller Breach is so i...

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