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Crossroads by Jonathan Franzen review – a fine start to a family trilogy

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The times are a-changing in solid, respectable New Prospect, Illinois, where Christmas 1971 arrives in a whirl of sex, drugs and folk music, while the Vietnam war grinds on off stage. Inside the First Reformed church,...

Knot: A Trilogy review – close your eyes and sit uncomfortably

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Theatre-makers are used to being in control of their environment. They have the run of a building and can choose how the audiences see their work. With online theatre, that’s not possible. The audience could be anywhe...

Rankin designs covers for Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy

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The photographer Rankin has designed the covers for a forthcoming edition of Philip Pullman’s fantasy trilogy His Dark Materials. Rankin, who has photographed everyone from the Queen to David Bowie, created eye-catchi...

The Exorcist: Ellen Burstyn to reprise role in new $400m trilogy

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Universal is set to pay $400m for the rights to a new trilogy continuing the story of The Exorcist. The new films will see original star Ellen Burstyn reprise her Oscar-nominated role of Chris MacNeil alongside Hamilt...

Fear Street Part 3: 1666 review – hokey horror trilogy ends on a high

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We’ve come to the end of Netflix’s surprisingly satiating summer of Fear Street, a three-week horror event that’s surpassed admittedly subterranean expectations. Based on teen fiction god RL Stine’s sprawling set of b...

Fear Street Part 1: 1994 review – Netflix trilogy kicks off with gory gusto

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For a generation who came of age with both the post-Scream slasher resurgence of the late 90s and the pre-YA boom in teen-focused horror novels that started before it (at least before the term YA was widely used), the...

Tokyo Redux by David Peace review – an astonishing conclusion to the trilogy

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Tokyo is that most modern of cities, the microchipped metropolis where vending machines and lavatory seats seem to have enough artificial intelligence to beat a Russian grandmaster at chess. The advertisements are a f...

Tokyo Redux by David Peace review – the final instalment of a blistering trilogy

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David Peace, who left England for Japan in the early 1990s, said he wanted to write about postwar Tokyo as long ago as 2001, but that “there was a difference between fascination and obsession”, as if the subject’s pot...