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Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy review – a heartwarming, sometimes heart-rending biopic

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The three-part documentary series Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy (Netflix) opens with footage of Kanye West behaving exactly like a seasoned observer of Kanye West’s recent career might expect the 44-year-old rapper to be...

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...

Revisión de Crossroads por Jonathan Franzen: un buen comienzo para una trilogía familiar

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Los tiempos están cambiando en sólidos, respetable nuevo prospecto, Illinois, donde Navidad 1971 llega en un torbellino de sexo, drogas y musica folclórica, mientras la guerra de Vietnam muele fuera del escenario. Dentro de la Primera Iglesia Reformada,...

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), la...

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...

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...

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...