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4. Razorback (1984, Russell Mulcahy) Razorback is nominally a film about a giant boar on the loose in the Australian outback, but it often feels more like a post-apocalyptic Mad Max movie, with weirdo punks driving around in armoured vehicles, … Continue reading

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SLUGS by Shaun Hutson (1982)

“Ron Bell got through one verse Mull of Kintyre, then threw up.” That’s the opening sentence of Slugs, and it certainly sets the grimy tone, not just for the novel, but for the rest of Hutson’s career. Often derided as a poor … Continue reading

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