Friday, February 23, 2018

Thor: Ragnarok Review

"Hulk like raging fire, Thor like smouldering fire.” ★★★★★ The latest instalment in Marvel’s franchise, Thor: Ragnarok is certainly a raging fire in terms of a filming masterclass. This release is everything that Guardians of...

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...

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...

Film Review: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

If you’re a fanatic for adaptations of canonical literature but also love a good gore-filled zombie movie, this film should have all the ingredients to be one of your liking. What’s not to love...

Encore! | Drama and Performance Society showcase

At the end of this month you will be able to watch Southampton Solent's Drama and Performance Society’s very own showcase of ‘Encore!’ But what exactly is it? The show is a collection of musical numbers...
Chuck Mosley

“Thanks. And Sorry: The Chuck Mosley Movie” announced

A new movie about acclaimed singer Chuck Mosley is coming!  On February 6, director and musician Drew Fortier announced his next film project; a documentary about the Faith No More/Bad Brains/Cement/Primitive Race member Chuck Mosley....

Hijack Cinema summer outdoor screenings

Hijack Cinema shows your favourite movies and will never believe that the medium of film should be confined to multiplex cinemas- that's why Hijack Cinema made it their mission to show the most awesome films in the...

FILM REVIEW: Murder on the Orient Express

Hercule Poirot returns to the Silver Screen to solve the murder mystery set on the Orient Express. Agatha Christie’s classic tale is remade under direction of Kenneth Branagh. He also plays the lead role -...
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...

FILM REVIEW: Murder on the Orient Express

“If there was a murder, then there was a murderer.”  ★★★☆☆   Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express felt as though it had a lot of potential, especially being filled with...

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