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Film Reviews BY Alex Frost

Miles Morales Swings Into a new age ...

If you haven’t already heard of Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse (directed by Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, and Rodney Rothman) through word of mouth, you might of heard about...

Film Reviews BY Dylan Henty

Like a dream: trauma and violence in...

Beginning in the dark, with noise like fireworks and an uncomfortable ringing in the ears, a mumbling, disjointed voice rambles the words of an abuser, hatefully remembered by...

Film Reviews BY Sophie Cook

Beauty and the Beast (1991) Review

Walt Disney’s classic “tale as old as time” Beauty and the Beast hit the big screen initially in 1991. This enchanting film set in France, portrays the story...

Film Reviews BY Adam Fawcett

A Universe in the making: A review o...

Marvel’s ‘Avenger’s: Infinity War’ is the 19th instalment in the ‘MCU’ saga, and the third Marvel film to have been directed by Antony and Joseph Russo (aka ‘the...

Film Reviews BY Beth Sawdon

Glass Review

M. Night Shyamalan has finally brought us the concluding story for what is now known as the ‘Eastrail 177 Trilogy’. This superhero-thriller has been highly anticipated by many...

Film Reviews BY Beth Sawdon

The Favourite Review

Yorgos Lanthimos has already made history this year with his incredible new film, The Favourite. The black comedy period film stars Olivia Colman, Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz and...

Film Reviews BY James Southcott

Mid90s Review

Nostalgia, Nineties and New Talent. As stated in many of his interviews, Jonah Hill, Mid90s writer and director, discusses his biggest influences whilst making his directorial debut: Shane...

Film Reviews BY Oliver Campbell

Coach Carter (2005) The Vitality of ...

Coach Carter (2005) details the transformation of the Richmond High School Basketball team from losers to champions, but more importantly, from delinquents and degenerates to prospects and role...

Film Reviews BY Oliver Campbell

The Warriors (1979) Can you Dig it?

The Warriors (1979) is unequivocally my favourite film of all time.  So much so that I have a tattoo of one of the characters, albeit a minor character,...

Film Reviews BY Zach Thomas Mckee

Thank you Jordan Peele: Get Out and Us

Who doesn’t love a horror film? There is just something different about sitting down in a dark room then realising the dark room was a bad idea 20...