Glass review: the film of Shyamalan’s career

Emma Kiely reviews the surprise follow-up to Unbreakable and Split. M. Night Shyamalan’s latest picture Glass, is the...

Award Season snubs – Justified or petty?

Following the 76th Golden Globes a few weeks ago, Twitter exploded with outrage as, contrary to everyone’s expectation, A Star is Born...

Blast from the past: The Wicker Man – A cult classic British horror

The 1973 British mystery horror The Wicker Man is perhaps the perfect horror film for people who do not typically enjoy the...

“Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again” – Greatest opening scenes in film

Rachel Quinn recalls the opening scenes in films, that set them apart and rise them above the bar.

2019: What’s coming to our television screens

Emma Kiely gives us the guide of what we should be watching on our televisions this year.

The Mule Review: A tone-deaf dated male American fantasy

Emma Kiely reviews the latest picture from Clint Eastwood that came out forty years too late.

Creed II review: A surprisingly poignant addition to the Rocky extended universe

The cinema is a place to escape to, just as Mia Farrow as Cecilia in Woody Allen’s The Purple Rose of Cairo escapes to...

Excelsior! A tribute to the enduring creations of Stan Lee

On the 12th November 2018, at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles California, the world lost one of its greatest superheroes. When we...

The acting’s greener on the small screen

Anthony Hopkins in Westworld. The colossal megastar cast of Big Little Lies. Laura Linney and Jason Bateman in Netflix’s Ozark. It seems that nearly...

Press rewind, to a time before Netflix

Every Friday evening as a kid was the most exciting time of the week, when one of our parents would bring my sister and...

The Film Scene is an exciting new showcase for student filmmakers

On Tuesday night, in the hip and relaxed Workman’s club, the inaugural meeting of The Film Scene took place. The night was curated and...

Should violence in cinema end up on the cutting room floor?

VWith violence playing a major role in cinema in recent years, Paurush Kumar ponders whether we should let it slide, or see it as...

Dark chapters on screen: Honouring victims of the Holocaust

''With cinema being a main vehicle for people to understand history and real-life events being a major source for screenwriters and movie producers Anne-Marie...

Blast from the Past: Paris, Texas- A visual journey

Fiachra Johnston remembers a film that is both a visual and audible journey that draws the audience right into the seat of the protagonist....

Florence Pugh – From Shakespeare to Gerwig

Emma Kiely is here to predict another young star ready to take the acting world by storm. There’s always a constant stream of new faces...

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – A fun entertaining sequel, but nothing more

Director: David Yates Starring: Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, Katherine Waterston and Zoë Kravitz Heather Reynolds reviews the latest addition in the magical world. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes...

Ralph Breaks the Internet: Disney’s monopoly leaves you with a toothache.

Director: Rich Moore and Phil Johnston Starring: John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Jane Lynch, Jack McBrayer Ash Gomez reviews the much-anticipated sequel to Wreck-it Ralph.   Ralph...