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Film & TV

Review: The Gentle Sex

Chapter Arts Centre‘s season last month, Girls Like Us, gave us a ‘glimpse into the world of wartime propaganda filmmaking, … showing some...

Film & TV

Review: Ordinary World

If you know the name Billie Joe Armstrong then it’s probably as the frontman of Green Day, the ringmaster of one of the biggest rock bands of the last twenty...

Film & TV

Review: Doctor Strange

For some of us, the endless barrage of Marvel movies risk becoming quite grating; for others, having a new superhero movie every few months is a dream come...

Film & TV

Review: In Pursuit of Silence

In Pursuit of Silence is a feature-length documentary from Patrick Shen that addresses a very necessary topic. It is by no means a piece frustrated at the...

Film & TV

Review: The Magnificent Seven

It seems as though the 2010s have been the decade of the movie remake. Revamped versions of classics like Ghostbusters (2016), Point Break (2015) and Carrie...

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Review: Bridget Jones’s Baby

Note: Falling face first into mud is the way into a man’s heart.
Bridget is back. After 15 years, the third instalment in the beloved franchise, Bridget...

Film & TV

Review: Nerve

“Are you a watcher or a player?” is the hook for the new 2016 film, Nerve, starring Emma Roberts and Dave Franco. In this mind-twisting, edge-of-your-seat...

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Review: Central Intelligence

Directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber, of Dodgeball fame, Central Intelligence is surprisingly not terrible.
The odd-couple film introduces us to popular and...

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Victoria Review

Directed by German director Sebastian Schipper, and shot by Sturla Brandth Grøvlen (Rams), Victoria is a German/English language film, shot in one continuous...

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Review: Hardcore Henry

Quench Video Games editor Tom Morris spends ninety minutes looking through the eyes of a killer cyborg, wondering why he doesn’t get to control him with...

Culture

Tŷ Celf 2015/16

Every year Tŷ Celf, an annual arts publication for writing, photography, art and this time film, is published as a pull-out in Quench magazine and online. We...

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The Rules of Spoilers

Spoilers suck, plain and simple. No matter how much you try to forget that he dies, or pretend that it’s an elaborate hoax, there’s just no escaping that...

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Review: Everest

Climbing Mt. Everest is a challenge of two halves; getting to the summit is only half of the mission. Once there you have to get back home. Likewise, this is a...

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