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BFI #LFF 2015: Danny Stack talks WHO KILLED NELSON NUTMEG?

Danny Stack (L) attends the 'Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg?' red carpet during the BFI London Film Festival at Cineworld Haymarket on October 10, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images for BFI)

Danny Stack (L) attends the ‘Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg?’ red carpet during the BFI London Film Festival at Cineworld Haymarket on October 10, 2015. Photo by Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images for BFI

Frankly My Dear caught up with writer/director Danny Stack at world premiere of WHO KILLED NELSON NUTMEG?

With 240 film screenings in 12 days, it takes a special kind of film to stand out from the crowd at the 2015 BFI London Film Festival...

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Fear the Walking Dead – Episode One Review

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Cliff Curtis as Travis, Kim Dickens as Madison, Alycia Debnam-Carey as Alicia and Frank Dillane as Nick in AMC’s “Fear the Walking Dead” on BT TV – Photo Credit: Frank Ockenfels 3/AMC

Blood…Flesh…Blue Eyes…Beware!

Set in the same universe as The Walking Dead, new series Fear the Walking Dead is a companion drama that follows the undead apocalypse through the eyes of a broken family...

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Fear the Walking Dead UK Premiere Party

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Beware, #somethingscoming… and it’s not pretty

To mark the launch of the UK premiere of new TV series Fear the Walking Dead, Neelam Rehman attended the official press premiere party in London last night on behalf of Frankly My Dear – and what a party it was!

Hosted by AMC and BT, the premiere party took place in the old Central St. Martins building in High Holborn and was decked out like a zombie apocalypse safety zone/hideout...

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Fear The Walking Dead To Make UK Premiere on 31 Aug

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New prequel to The Walking Dead to be shown on AMC channel exclusive to BT customers

If you’re suffering from withdrawal symptoms following the end of season 5 of The Walking Dead, fear not my friends. A brand-new spin off show called Fear the Walking Dead is due to make its UK premiere on 31 August and it looks amazing!

Written as a prequel series to horror drama The Walking Dead (the #1 show on US television among adults), Fear the Walking Dead goes back in time to the start of the zombie a...

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Film Review: Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

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Tense, thrilling and visually stunning, Tom Cruise is back on top form in Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

Tom Cruise and the team are back with the fifth installment in the Mission: Impossible series, Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation. Donna Kelly reviews for Frankly My Dear…

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation sees Tom Cruise reprises his role as IMF Agent Ethan Hunt, as Hunt and his team take on their most impossible mission yet, eradicating ‘The Syndicate’ – an international rogue o...

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Album Review: 48:13 by Kasabian

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Kasabian release album worthy of headline slot at Glastonbury

Ten years after the release of their self-titled debut album, Kasabian are set to return the UK album chart with 48:13.

48:13 (named after the album’s running time) is Kasabian’s fifth studio album and follows Velociraptor! released in 2011. Produced by Sergio Pizzorno, the album marks a ‘new language’ for Kasabian, combining electronic and hip hop elements with boisterous rock & roll numbers and semi-psychedelic sounds.

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Billy Liar Heads to Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre

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Harry McEntire stars in classic tale of northern life in 1960s Britain

BILLY LIAR – a classic tale of northern life in 1960s Britain – heads to Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre next week in an exciting new production of Keith Waterhouse’s famous 1959 novel.

Adapted for stage by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall, the play tells the story of Billy Fisher, a 19-year-old nobody who dreams of escaping the day-to-day drudgery of northern life in the 1960s.

Living with his parents and stuck in a...

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Album Review: Broken Toys by Smoove & Turrell

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Smoove & Turrell on top form with new album Broken Toys

Newcastle’s finest Smoove and Turrell look set to continue to rise through the ranks of British soul with the release of their new album Broken Toys.

For those who don’t know S&T, Smoove & Turrell (Jonathan Scott Watson and John Turrell) are a British modern soul act. They propelled to fame in 2009 following the release of their first album, Antique Soul, which scored them two records of the week on Radio 2 and a gig at Glastonbury and...

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Film Review: Maleficent is Magnificent

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Angelina Jolie exemplary as the fairy badmother in Maleficent

Disney’s dark and highly anticipated fantasy adventure film, Maleficent, is on general release in UK this weekend and is set to be one of the biggest blockbusters of the year. 

Maleficent tells the untold story of Disney’s most iconic villain, the evil fairy from Sleeping Beauty. Once a beautiful, pure-hearted young woman, Maleficent lived a happy and carefree life in the peaceable forest kingdom...

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Film Review: The Two Faces of January

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Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac delight in gripping tale of greed, murder and jealously

Patricia Highsmith’s tightly-woven thriller The Two Faces of January is on general release in UK cinemas this month, offering movie goers a refreshing break from the contemporary norm.

Deep, dark and dramatic, The Two Faces of January follows the story of Rydal (Oscar Isaac), an American rich kid who is foolishly sucked into a fast unfolding web of deceit, murder and jealously.

Set in Athens i...

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