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2017: the year neo-horror got out

In the past decade, there has been a steadily increasingly supply of well-crafted, enjoyable horror films, yet these films still mostly rely on conventional...

And the Oscar goes to… Netflix

With the advent of streaming services, the Academy’s reliance on cinema-screenings for awards qualification faces a crisis of legitimacy. It’s a bizarre kind of...

Black Mirror: USS Callister Review

2017 was a year that seemed to resemble a bleak fictional dystopia more with each passing month, whether it be the President’s increasingly unhinged...
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Review: Molly’s Game

The extent to which you'll enjoy Molly's Game, the directorial debut of screenwriting icon Aaron Sorkin, may largely depend on your previous response to...
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Review: Lovesick Season Three

Let’s face it, rom-coms have always been a bit rubbish. Guy meets girl, some incredibly quick, love-at-first-sight occurs, there’s a complication, some comic-relief side...

What stops a historical film from rewriting history?

Whether it be through the use of a time period as a setting, or the adaptation of a Victorian novel, the past is constantly...

Remember This: Love & Mercy?

There’s a dryness to the musical biopic.  They’ll noodle through the same beats: childhood, fame, decline, and were they actually a bastard?  You can see...
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Review: The End of the F***ing World

Sometimes you don’t realise you want something until you have it. This pretty much sums up both The End of the F***ing World’s plot,...

Review: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

In a year saturated with reboots, sequels, and adaptations (44 of them hit cinemas this year, according to Business Insider) it’s no surprise that...

What’s the hype with Love Actually?

It was with a tremendous surprise to me that, when researching Love Actually, I found that it came out in 2003 to mixed reviews....