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Top 5 gory horror movies to watch on Halloween

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  The eve of All Saint’s is not far off, and it’s that time of year again to carve a pumpkin, light a bonfire, visit a haunted house and watch some horror films with your mates. We know that you might’ve done this all last year, but this Halloween we want to present you with something even more special than just horrors. Ever heard of a splatter film or gory film? It’s a specific genre that focuses on scenes of blood, dismemberment and extreme violence. Combine both gore and horror together, and you are presented with something that will thrill even the most fearless viewer. Here are Top 5 most gory horror movies we recommend you watch this Halloween…    5. Cassadaga This movie depicts a story of a deaf girl who tries to communicate with her dead sister during a ritual. H
Find out why Sydney is the best holiday destination for Londoners in just 3 minutes

Find out why Sydney is the best holiday destination for Londoners in just 3 minutes

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London has been forever known as the most popular city in Europe. With its classic double-decker buses, iconic red telephone booths and infectious pub culture, millions from across the globe remain desperate to tick off this historical yet diverse destination off the top of their bucket list. But for the local Londoners, who may have already visited the capital’s many neighbouring countries, or those of you who have just had enough of London’s thick grey skies, I challenge you to visit somewhere fresh, new and different - Sydney, the world’s Harbour City. I first visited Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, on a student exchange programme back in February. I imagined waking up to the smell of crisp Australian air, cerulean blue skies, and a dynamic roaring ocean. My imagin

Game of Thrones fan? You can go to Westeros for a day

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Flying from London to the Game of Thrones’ land can only cost you about £15 and about 1 hour and 30 minutes of travel to Belfast in Northern Ireland, the country where about 80% of the the series is filmed. If you are looking for a short break from the city and you are a big Game of Thrones fan, visiting their filming locations across Northern Ireland can be an exciting experience. In approximately 10 hours, you can see the most important filming locations around, either by renting a car from £13 and plan your route or you can book a guided Game of Thrones Tour  starting from £35 and go by bus to the locations. If you make an early start by car, there will be plenty to see and you will do it at your own pace, and spend as much time as you like in the filming locations. A very nice t
Top five horror books to read this Halloween

Top five horror books to read this Halloween

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Ready to face the scariest time of the year? Then snuggle up in a warm blanket, get your cup of tea and buy yourself a night lamp.We’ve conjured up 5 of the eeriest reads this October to make your Halloween spookier than any other and impossible for you to sleep with the lights off. Enjoy and stay spooky…   Sleeping Beauties by Stephen King & Owen King What better time to read a Stephen King novel than now? With 'IT' hitting your screens just last months, we've decided to recommend you a brand new King newest release. Without giving any spoilers, their novel follows a married couple, Clint and Lila Norcross, living in a tiny, poor Appalachian town in West Virginia. Clint is a psychiatrist at the local women’s prison and Lila is the town sheriff. Sudden outbreak occurs, whe
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