Monday, April 22, 2019
Star Wars The Force Awakens

What if Star Wars: The Force Awakens sucks?

In the passing weeks, I’ve had a question rattle around my mind. It doesn’t concern Christmas, I’ve done all my shopping. It doesn’t concern University work either, though I probably should worry about that...
Crimson Peak

REVIEW: Crimson Peak

Crimson Peak, a film written and directed by Guillermo del Toro (co-writer Matthew Robbins), was released in cinemas on October 16th, just in time for some great Halloween spooks and scares. The film consists of...

Avengers: Infinity War Review

WARNING CONTAINS MILD SPOILERS If you’re a fan of the Marvel cinematic universe, sitting down in the cinema to watch Avengers: Infinity War is probably the moment you’ve been waiting for for 10 years now,...

FILM REVIEW: Geostorm (2017)

A series of satellites around the Earth were built to control the world’s weather and climate, and to prevent destruction from events such as flooding and drought. When the satellites start going wrong, its...

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds: Feature Film!

After fifteen studio albums, several international world tours, nine musical awards and garnering a fan base of over 1 million followers on Facebook, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds are set to release their...

FILM REVIEW: Daddy’s Home 2

“More Daddies, more problems.” ★★★★☆ If there was a film to see over the Christmas period with the family, then Daddy’s Home 2 is definitely the one. Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg reunite on the...

Spectre and the issue of surveillance.

James Bond’s latest outing has been a rousing success so far, receiving early critical and commercial success and breaking British records within the first week of its release. Bond is renowned for being the suave...
Spectre - James Bond

Review: The Martian

Matt Damon is sent to space, again, in the new Ridley Scott movie and this time it turns out less macabre than Interstellar. The Martian – an adaptation of the novel of the same name...
Bare

REVIEW: Bare 2015 – The Revenge of the Wise Stripper?

Bare is young, independent filmmaker, Natalia Leite’s, first feature film, featuring the Glee star Diana Agron as a confused youth in middle-of-nowhere America and Boardwalk Empire actress Paz de la Huerta, as her newfound...

Review: Spectre – BOND IS BACK

The long-awaited film release of Spectre is finally here, and the 007 agent, James Bond, has another story to tell. But what did we think of the latest film release?   Queues are crowding cinemas, there...

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