Category - Film & TV

Film & TV

Editors Picks: December 2019

This month, we wanted to switch things up slightly and help you get to know the three people that run Quench’s Film + TV section a bit better. So here...

Film & TV

Review: Frozen 2

By Harriet Lowbridge
Disney’s new Frozen 2 is a brilliant sequel of Elsa and Anna’s adventures. The film follows the origin story of Elsa’s magical...

Film & TV

Review: The Irishman

By Adam Gage
The Irishman is director Martin Scorsese’s 25th film at the age of 77, well known for his Italian mob related movies such as Goodfellas and...

Film & TV

Review: The King

By Luisa De la Concha Montes
It is now evident that Netflix will do everything on their hands to become one of the leaders in the film industry. From the...

Film & TV

LFF Review: Honey Boy

By Caleb Carter
James Lort is a former alcoholic. His rude, nasal coaching playfully bullies his child actor son, Otis, but he doesn’t know where to draw the...

Film & TV

LFF Review: Marriage Story

By Anastasia Kropotina
Noah Baumbach tenth feature film and the most personal one yet, Marriage Story, gives an outlook on divorce like no other work I have...

Film & TV

3 Cult Horror Films

If you’re looking for something a bit more out there for your Halloween viewing pleasure, here are 3 less seen films that have nonetheless garnered...

Film & TV

Review: Joker

By Adam Gage

Joker can often feel like a shallow and try-hard film, but then can also be completely absorbing in moments with an engrossing lead...

Film & TV

Review: Ad Astra

by Adam Gage
Less of an operatic, Sci-Fi, action filled exploration drama, Ad Astra is much more inclined to be a meditative treatise on the masculine tendency...

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