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Culture & society BY Beth Sawdon

What is it about Horror films that m...

For almost 100 years we have been hiding behind sofas, peeking over popcorn boxes and scaring ourselves silly with horror films. We leave our local cinemas frightened, disgusted...

Film Reviews BY Beth Sawdon

Glass Review

M. Night Shyamalan has finally brought us the concluding story for what is now known as the ‘Eastrail 177 Trilogy’. This superhero-thriller has been highly anticipated by many...

Arts BY Millán Blanco

Two’s company, three’s a crowd: Is t...

This picture deals with Chiron —also known as “Little” and “Black”—, and the path this Afro- American man takes through the intricacies of his own identity. The audience...

Film Reviews BY Beth Sawdon

The Favourite Review

Yorgos Lanthimos has already made history this year with his incredible new film, The Favourite. The black comedy period film stars Olivia Colman, Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz and...

Film Reviews BY Oliver Campbell

Coach Carter (2005) The Vitality of ...

Coach Carter (2005) details the transformation of the Richmond High School Basketball team from losers to champions, but more importantly, from delinquents and degenerates to prospects and role...

Media & Technology BY Sam Robertson

The Evolution of Esports: Is Esports...

Esports started in the 1980s on Arcade Machines, with small tournaments hosted by developers like Taito. Now Esports has become part of mainstream culture, involves large organisations, contracts,...

Culture & society BY Grace Pheasey

Are we addicted to perfection?

Perfection, the happy ending we learnt from fairytales, but now the lifestyle that is bound to the online platforms that live in our pocket-sized devices. This piece aims...

Fiction BY Indee Watson

When the carnival came to town

A piece of ribbon running through her fingers. A candle flickering in the corner of her eye. Her fingers trembling, milky tea spilling out of the top of...

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Culture & society BY Andrew Power

A conversation in regards to the art...

INT. Chevrolet – Night (Driving) Two teenagers are driving down a dark desolate country lane. A strong rain pours down onto the cars windshield as the radio flickers...

Film Reviews BY James Southcott

Mid90s Review

Nostalgia, Nineties and New Talent. As stated in many of his interviews, Jonah Hill, Mid90s writer and director, discusses his biggest influences whilst making his directorial debut: Shane...

Media & Technology BY Olivia Walker

Remakes, Reboots & Reimagining’...

These days, it appears the majority of films on our screens have already been done before. Some of the biggest, or at least most anticipated hits at the...