• TV Shows To Destress With After Exams

    Exam season can be extremely stressful, turning night into day and days into what seems like inescapable hell. Thus, when the last submission has finally been sent off or when you take your first step out of your exam hall there’s likely to be stress and frustration still in...
  • Set Design: Bringing A World To Life

    When it comes to filmography, the set is often one of the first elements to be discussed during pre-production. Depending on the script, producers need to examine where and how they can film, and what resources will be needed to ensure their vision comes to life. This process can...
  • Five Films To Warm Your Heart This Winter

    Amy Child January can be a time filled with emptiness after the festive cheer dissipates, but there’s nothing like a good film to get your spirits back up. In our January theme of ‘cosiness’, Amy recommends 5 must-watch films to snuggle down with that are sure to soothe your...
  • MCU Wrap Up: Where Are We Headed Next?

    Amy Child Warning: Spoilers Ahead! Four new films were added to the MCU last year, raising the tally of the multiversal, multi-award-winning collection to a mind-blowing twenty-seven. This number could potentially be even greater, if you include Tobey Maguire’s and Andrew Garfield’s Spidermans in the mix (and after the...
  • The Year Of Lin Manuel Miranda

    Orla Newstead 2021 was an incredible year for Lin Manuel Miranda, having five films hit our screens to entertain us. Last year, he was on a creative rollercoaster with Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It, followed by In the Heights, then Vivo, then Tick,...
  • Movie Runtimes: How Long Is Too Long?

    Tim Ovenden How long is too long? Does length matter? How long should it last? No, this isn’t an advisory sexual health page (although if it was, my answers to all three would be ‘it depends’). No, instead, Tim Ovenden examines the running times of movies, hoping to conclude...
  • To Kill A Fascination: Why Do We Watch Killers?

    Cora-Laine Moynihan Over the past few years, spine-chilling tales of killers lurking in woodlands, waiting in the shadows, have dominated TV and streaming sites. Documentaries, horrors, and tv dramas have all depicted these monsters hidden in human skin. And we, without a second-thought, have consumed each and every one,...