Category - Film & TV

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...

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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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Review: Sex Education

By Jack Vavasour
If ever anyone had wondered what a mix of Skins and High School Musical would look like, then Netflix has answered the question with their new...

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Review: Mary Queen of Scots

By Isobel Roach
In August 2018, pictures of Margot Robbie circled the internet – these weren’t glammed-up red carpet snaps, but rather a few paparazzi...

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Our Films of 2018

2018 has been a majorly important year in cinema, with spine-tingling horror, stunning Afrofuturism and sequels galore all gracing the big screen over the past...

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Human Dignity: The Cost of Art?

By Sara Abidi
An Italian director and screenwriter, the late Bernardo Bertolucci is credited with several works that achieved remarkable critical acclaim. His...

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Suspiria: A Retrospective

By Caleb Carter
“Suzy, do you know anything about witches?”
Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria “homage” is around the corner and looks suitably...

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Our Favourite Biopics

Following the release of Bryan Singer’s Bohemian Rhapsody this week, eight Quench contributors put forward their favourite biopics:
Harry Dixon on...

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The Bi Life: A Long Time Coming

By Meg Sharma
The many successful years of shows like Love Island, Take Me Out, and Ex on the Beach have proved one thing – the British public are...

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Review: Killing Eve

For a long time, TV and film fanatics have been suckers for psychopathic serial-killing antiheroes. We bow down before John Wick, obsess over Dexter and hail...

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Reviews: A Star is Born

With Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut proving a smash hit in theatres across the globe, four Quench contributors share their thoughts on A Star is...