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Review: A Series of Unfortunate Events

2016 was a blinding year for original programming on Netflix, with shows like The Crown and Stranger Things, Netflix crafted diverse, unique and outstanding TV. With the new year comes more, but for the...

Review: Manchester by the Sea

Manchester by the Sea is a film about dealing with grief and wrongdoing in one's life. Directed by Kenneth Lonergan, a 54 year old playwright and theatre director, the film concerns a Boston janitor,...

Review: Hacksaw Ridge

When Stephen Spielberg’s Saving Private Ryan was released in 1998, it revolutionised the modern war film. It was by no means the best that the genre had to offer, but the first to convincingly...

Review: T2: Trainspotting

In an oft-sequel heavy age of cinema, we should not be surprised when old classics are resurrected once more after 10, or maybe even 20 years. The quality is uneven, most are comparable to...

Favourite Film: Don’t put Dirty Dancing in the Corner

After studying a few film modules at university I know that my response to ‘what's your favourite film’ should be something like Vertigo, Mulholland Drive or Citizen Kane. I have nothing against any of...

Review: Sherlock Series 4

It feels like an eternity since we watched Sherlock put a bullet through Magnussen’s skull, and in the three-year wait, Sherlock has established its status as a revered adaptation of the Arthur Conan Doyle...

My Favourite Film: Donnie Darko

Donnie Darko is a cult classic and one of my favourite films of all time. It follows a month in the life of a teenager, Donnie Darko, who imagines a human-sized skeletal rabbit called...

A Tribute to Carrie Fisher

“While the place I’ve arrived at isn’t exactly everyone’s idea of heavenly, I could swear sometimes, if I’m quiet enough, I can hear the angels sing. Either that or I fucked up my medication”. Taken...

Review: Passengers

-- Spoilers Ahead -- Perhaps I am a biased critic. Admittedly, I had never wanted to see Passengers in the first place - I was dragged by my brothers for a Christmas Eve outing, prompted by...

Review: Captain Fantastic

  Viggo Mortensen vacates his post as King of Gondor to adopt the role of tough, charismatic, survivalist father Ben, who has raised his kids in an idyllic woodland setting, in the most minimalist of...

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