Category - Film & TV

Film & TV

Review: The Souvenir

Mild spoilers for character reveals follow in this review. The reveals come early in the film, but if you wish to go in blind then we recommend watching the...

Film & TV

Review: Euphoria

By Caleb Carter
Jules is the new girl in the sleepy, affluent suburbia of Sam Levinson’s Euphoria. Her hair is dyed a new shade of candy every episode...

Film & TV

Movies VS Reality: Summer Edition

We all know that life isn’t like the movies and, after Christmas, no other time of year is more overly-glamorised by films than summer. So, how different...

Film & TV

Review: Midsommar

By Caleb Carter
Ever needed a good cry?
Last year, Hereditary proved to be a runaway success: a candle-lit, black nightmare of familial leashes and compounded...

Film & TV

Review: Toy Story 4

By JJ Donoghue
Creating a new Toy Story film in 2019 that genuinely meets expectations seems an unenviable,
almost impossible task. The franchise is of supreme...

Film & TV

Here’s to the Mockumentary

Film and TV co-editor John Jones pays tribute to one of comedy’s most unique, resilient and undervalued formats.
Today, comedy as we have known it is...

Film & TV

Independent Minds

Why are more young former franchise stars turning to indie projects?
Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Chloe Grace Moretz are three of our generation’s...

Film & TV

Review: The Umbrella Academy

Since its release last week, Steve Blackman and Jeremy Slater’s Netflix series has intrigued audiences with its quirky characters and compelling...

Film & TV

Cymru Mewn Ffilm

With St. David’s Day on the horizon, Quench celebrates the films that perfectly capture the fascinating history, vibrant culture and unique spirit of...

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