Category - Film & TV

Film & TV

Review: Wild

Based on the best selling book by Cheryl Strayed; Wild tells the biographical tale of Strayed’s 1100 mile hike in repentance and reflection after the...

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Shows Cancelled Before Their Time

Nothing lasts forever.
Throughout the calendar year, we see countless shows that fall under the axe of TV networks. If, like me, the debris of multiple...

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Review: American Sniper

After recently receiving six nominations at this year’s Academy Awards; including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay, American Sniper had already...

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Film Review: Foxcatcher

Brooding. Sparse. Disturbing. Foxcatcher makes for enthralling cinema with its unanimously strong performances, excellent cinematography and harrowing story...

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Genre in Review: Musical

Continuing Film & TV’s exploration into narrative film genres; this instalment tackles the spectacle that is the Musical.
Dating back to when our parents...

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Genre in Review: Drama

Here at Quench Film and TV we have decided to launch a new project, one that looks at the ins and outs of narrative film. ‘Genre in Review’, will be...

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Review: Nightcrawler

After a somewhat lacklustre summer for major blockbusters in terms of originality, the winter seems to be providing us with what we needed. After the release...

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Review: Interstellar

Coming from the minds of one of the most prestigious directors and writers that the 21st Century has had the privilege to witness, Christopher Nolan continues...

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Review: Pride

A lot of people will be pleasantly surprised by the film ‘Pride’. If you’re looking for a pick up from your end-of-summer-gloom then Pride will certainly...

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Marvel vs. DC

Marvel. DC. The two biggest publishers in the comic book industry; their rivalry stretches back for years, but recently that rivalry has evolved and...

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