Category - Film & TV

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...

Film & TV

Review: It: Chapter 2

By Nicole Rees-Williams
IT: Chapter 2 is arguably the most anticipated horror film of 2019. Its prequel, IT (2017) received a great reception so most audiences...

Film & TV

Stephen King in Film

Stephen King’s prolific writing has always been synonymous with film. From terrifying horror to Oscar winning classics like The Shawshank Redemption...

Film & TV

Looking Back at Jim Henson

Caleb Carter on The Dark Crystal
Netflix’s latest attempt to dig out a unique space in media (somewhere between the weird wild west of the internet and...

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...

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