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Still the best version of The Turn of the Screw on film.

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A mother suspects her young daughter is cursed after finding a mysterious painting in the attic of her new home — Chapter 6

Continued from Chapter Five

Credit: Yasmine Nuoraho

Chapter Six


A mother suspects her young daughter is cursed after finding a mysterious painting in the attic of her new home — Chapter 5

Continued from Chapter Four

Credit: Yasmine Nuoraho

Chapter Five


A mother suspects her young daughter is cursed after finding a mysterious painting in the attic of her new home — Chapter 4

Continued from Chapter Three

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Chapter Four


A mother suspects her young daughter is cursed after finding a mysterious painting in the attic of her new home — Chapter 3

Continued from Chapter Two

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Chapter Three


From New York drug busts to brutal revenge in Newcastle, these thrillers look better than ever fifty years on.

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The French Connection


A mother suspects her young daughter is cursed after finding a mysterious painting in the attic of her new home — Chapter 2

Continued from Chapter One

Credit: Yasmine Nuoraho

Chapter Two


A mother suspects her young daughter is cursed after finding a mysterious painting in the attic of her new home — Chapter 1

Credit: Yasmine Nuoraho

Chapter One


Twelve great cinematic tales of death and rebirth.

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Simon Dillon

Novelist and Short Story-ist. Film and Book Lover. If you cut me, I bleed celluloid and paper pulp. Blog: www.simondillonbooks.wordpress.com

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