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The Masque of the Red Death (1964) Review

A story of a plague gripping the country, poor people fighting for their lives and the rich living in luxury, insensitive and uncaring to the chaos outside their closed doors. Although this may sound like some modern day politically charged COVID drama it is in fact the stripped down plot of the sensational Edgar Allen […]Read More

Edgar Allan Poe to be celebrated at The Flicker Club

The Flicker Club, the boutique film experience dedicated to rediscovering cinematic treasures through its popular monthly screening events, has organised, in association with the Stoke Newington Literary Festival, a day of celebrations to honour American writer Edgar Allan Poe on Saturday June 4th.Read More