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DREDD DELIVERS!

DREDD DELIVERS!

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By James D C

Posted 21st January 2013

Finally you can wipe the traumatic memory of the grotesque travesty that was Judge Dredd (Danny Cannon, 1995) from your mind. This Dredd makes a mockery of that ramshackle disaster which was an epic mismatch of stunted, floundering ideas, cobbled together from the ill-informed and unwavering uber-ego of Sylvester Stallone and the wafer-thin, anodyne pop-video stylings of Danny Cannon.

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James D C

James DC is a journalist, writer and radio broadcaster. His multimedia art-project, Atomic Bark! consists of a weekly radio show on Resonance 104.4FM, a monthly cult film club and social meet-up in London, and film/arts reviews in various print and online outlets. Atomic Bark! explores science fiction, horror, fantasy, surrealism, and alternative/subversive culture, in all media and formats, such as literature, cinema, comic-books, art, music, science, philosophy and more. For more info go to

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