• Revisiting The Classics – Film Review: Fantasia

    Harry Quantrill revisits the 1940's classic, 'Fantasia'....
  • Soundtracks: Do we love ’em or hate ’em?

    Rhianna Greensmith Music has historically been an integral accompaniment to other art forms – arranged to compliment film and television to provide the notorious soundtracks we know and love. But what role do soundtracks really play?  When we think of certain shows, we think of the music that accompanies...
  • Historically Adequate? The Importance Of Period Accuracy In Costume

    Whether it’s the raunchy kilts of Outlander or the leather armour in The Musketeers, there is always some debate about the accuracy of period costume. This is sometimes down to a lack of information about certain periods, but is also often due to the negligence of designers. There has...
  • Review – Maleficent

    Telling the classic tale of Sleeping Beauty from the point of view of the wicked witch, Walt Disney Studios have once again achieved something completely out of the ordinary: making us feel empathy towards the typically villainous Witch. To add to that, whenever I hear that Angelina Jolie will...
  • Disney Films Revisited

    Disney holds a place in the hearts of most people. Most people, except me. I have a confession to make and it’s not a very pleasant one; I don’t shed a tear when Bambi’s mother dies, I’m not overly enamoured with the Lion King and I’d be more likely...