• Film Review: The Irishman

    Martin Scorsese’s exceptional The Irishman asks what happens when the guns go down, and the bodies are buried....
  • Trailer Watch: ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’

    Quentin Tarantino will forever be known as one of Hollywood’s most iconic directors. His movies have been enshrined into cult legend, yet this year’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has the potential to rival his very best works. Hailed as a black comedy crime film written and directed...
  • James & Nico Have Never Seen: Heat (1995)

    University moves pretty fast, if you don’t stop and look around (at movies) once in a while you might miss it. We have more access to movies than ever before in history, and keeping up with every new release can be daunting enough for any student cinephile. Add to...
  • IMDb Top 250: The Greatest Films Of All Time?

    From budding critics to anybody with a mild interest in motion pictures, computer programmer Col Needham’s Internet Movie Database (IMDb) provides a wealth of factual information and trivia for all things cinema and television. Open to input from anybody with an internet connection, it has compiled the users’ top...
  • Staff Scrapbook – Best, Best Picture

    In the wake of Argo becoming the 85th recipient of Best Picture statuette at this year’s Academy Awards, we asked our writers to pick their favourite winner from ceremonies past. It Happened One Night (Capra, 1934) It’s difficult to imagine the modern rom-com vying for the top honour, never mind sweeping the...
  • DVD review – The Panic in Needle Park

    The Panic in Needle Park (1971, Jerry Schatzberg) The Panic in Needle Park seems to have existed for the last forty years solely as “the film that got Al Pacino the part of Michael in The Godfather”. In truth, this label does the film a disservice – on its...