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Kieran McMahon

Sabotaging since 2 Feb 2013

Kieran is a film and books blogger, tea-lover and creative writing graduate from East Anglia University. Originally hailing from Portsmouth, birthplace of Charles Dickens, spiritual home of the British Navy and host to rather too many booze-soaked shenanigans, he now lives in a nearby middle-class town and enjoys Asian food..

My Articles

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The Most Undeserving Oscar Winners Ever

Shakespeare in Love over Saving Private Ryan for Best Picture? Sometimes the Academy gets it very very very wrong…

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The Man With No Face: The Frightnening Story of Vladimir Putin

Masha Gessen’s The Man Without A Face tells the unnerving story of Vladamir Putin, skilfully untangling the shady series of events that enabled his dictatorial emergence from the power vacuum of Russia…

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Food and Drink

Why We Should Follow The Japanese And Care About What Schoolkids Eat

When the the news broke that traces of horse meat had been found in school dinners, my Japanese girlfriend laughed. School dinners in Japan are something the kids don’t fake illness to avoid and we’d to well to follow their lead.

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Psychogeography: Will Self’s Mind Goes Into Overdrive

Written by Will Self and illustratrated by Ralph Steadman, “Psychogeography” sees Self, travel through cities and countryside in different part of the world and take in all he sees in this enlightening, if wordy book.

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Arbitrage: Richard Gere’s Best Film In Years

Beautifully shot with tense dialogue, Arbitrage sees Robert Miller as successful financier struggling to keep his seemingly perfect life from collasping under the weight of his lies.