By Silva Chege
The sequel that nobody wanted even fails to deliver the one thing that could have been asked of it: humour.
By Anton Bitel
Romance, tragedy and horror combine to potent effect in director John Landis’ iconic 1981 feature.
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This messy, invariably entertaining cinematic staple can represent anarchy, revenge and sexual release.
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