• Next on Netflix #20

    Now commences the panic and sudden realisation of the amount of work needed to be done over the Easter break…so why not procrastinate further with our next best recommendations on Netflix? Donnie Darko Donnie Darko is a bit of a cult classic, and watching it doesn’t really give you any...
  • Review – Nightcrawler

    Nightcrawler tells the tale of an overly driven man who stumbles upon the underground world of freelance crime journalism in Los Angeles. It is called such because this underground world is nocturnal, and these cameramen latch upon the police’s radio frequency in order to get to the reported crime first...
  • Trailer Watch – Enemy

    Denis Villeneuve is not a house hold name. He should be though, he has produced some of the most interesting films of the last few years starting with Maelström in 2000 and building up to what I think to be his finest piece: Incendies, a twisted masterpiece about siblings finding...
  • A Risky Game To Play: Video Game To Film Adaptations

    I will preface this article by saying that a truly brilliant film adaptation of a video game is yet to be created. It is undoubtedly a very difficult task; trying to attempt to emulate a game’s tone, how much to alter the original story and whether to utilise the...
  • Weekly Preview – 27/09/13

    Opening This Week Austenland The directorial debut of Jerusha Hess, best known as one of the minds behind indie darling Napoleon Dynamite, sees a recently single 30-something woman consumed by the Pride and Prejudice ideal stay at a Jane Austen-themed resort in the hopes of meeting her real-life Mr. Darcy....
  • Review – End Of Watch

    David Ayer, the screenwriter best known for penning Training Day, has made what could easily be summed up as a “found-footage buddy cop movie” when in actual fact he has created a stunning piece of cinema. End of Watch documents the day to day patrols of trigger-happy LAPD officers and close...