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What We Do in the Shadows: watch the first six minutes video

24 October 2014 4:28 AM, PDT

Horror comedy mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows is written and directed by and also stars Flight of the Conchords' Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement. The film, which had its premiere at Sundance in 2014, is about the growing pains of a group of vampires who live together in a suburb of Wellington, New Zealand. You can watch the first six minutes exclusively here

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Why Scott Walker + Sunn O)))'s Soused is the one album you should hear this week video

24 October 2014 1:09 AM, PDT

Alexis Petridis recommends Soused, the new collaborative album by Scott Walker and Sunn O))), which he describes as a foregone conclusion: when two such towering figures of the musical leftfield are brought together, how could it be anything other than a work of genius? Alexis says there's not going to be a funnier metaphor in rock music this year than Walker's 'they're leaping like a Riverdancer's nuts'

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- Alexis Petridis and Mona Mahmood

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Fury, Jimi: All is By My Side, Serena and This is Where I Leave You: Guardian film show video reviews

24 October 2014 1:00 AM, PDT

Catherine Shoard and Peter Bradshaw join Xan Brooks for our weekly round-up of the latest cinema releases. This week the team watch Brad Pitt rumble to the bitter end of the second world war in tank thriller Fury; catch Andre Benjamin igniting the legend of pre-fame Hendrix in Jimi: All is By My Side; snoop on romance among the pines in Bradley Cooper-Jennifer Lawrence drama Serena; and sit shiva over the death of comedy in This is Where I Leave You Continue reading »

- Xan Brooks, Peter Bradshaw, Catherine Shoard, Henry Barnes, Richard Sprenger and Joan Portillo

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The Babadook review a superbly acted, chilling Freudian thriller

23 October 2014 7:31 AM, PDT

Director Jennifer Kent exerts masterly control over this tense supernatural tale about a childrens book that one single mother should never have opened

Jennifer Kent: I wanted to talk about the need to face darkness in ourselves

Why The Babadook is the film you should watch this week video review

Haunted heroines: women are taking the lead in horror films

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- Peter Bradshaw

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