• Look out for… October

    As the winds turn and the leaves fall, what better way to celebrate a rather spooky month than with some spooky movies? Like always, October boasts a plethora of horror subtypes. If you prefer indie horrors, might I recommend Ladyworld – an all-female re-imagining of Lord of the Flies....
  • September Book of the Month: Senlin Ascends

    If you’re a book lover, or even just a book peruser, I am sure you can recognise the despair that comes when looking for the next book to pick up. University is a busy time, and you don’t want to waste hours on a mediocre story. And yet, every...
  • LOOK OUT FOR… SEPTEMBER

    It’s finally September and you know what that means: awards season is finally upon us! Yes, with the Toronto, Telluride and Venice Film Festivals all back-to-back-to-back, we shall soon see which films will be campaigning hard over the next few months. In the meantime though, September can be –...
  • Look Out For… AUGUST

    As the summer rages on, what better place to hide from the sun than at the cinema? For all you Gilmore Girls fans staunchly on Team Jess, Milo Ventimiglia stars in the adaptation of the 2008 best seller The Art of Racing in the Rain, about a race car...
  • Look Out For… JULY

    Well, July is upon us which means one thing – the summer holiday (though do spare a thought for the poor students who, alas, do not get the summer off, for there are many). But whether you’ve got time off or you’re still at university, there’s always time for...
  • Look Out For… June

    If you’re already missing Marvel and Game of Thrones, then X-Men: Dark Phoenix would be a good choice, featuring Sophie Turner alongside her usual co-stars, James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender. Or if you like your summer days with a touch of horror, then Child’s Play – the reboot of...
  • Look Out For… April

    If you’ve already watched Us and want some more horror, the latest Stephen King adaptation Pet Sematary – about a supernatural graveyard for animals – is a good follow-up. If you’d prefer a thriller starring Andrew Scott in a standout performance, then check out Steel Country, which follows Scott...