Tags : Ewan McGregor

Film News: “Doctor Sleep” Trailer Released

Almost forty years since Stanley Kubrick’s iconic adaptation of Stephen King’s novel, The Shining, comes Danny Torrance’s chilling return to the Overlook Hotel. Mike Flanagan’s Doctor Sleep trailer has been released, starring Ewan McGregor (Trainspotting, Star Wars) as the now middle-aged Danny, alongside Rebecca Ferguson, Kyliegh Curran, and Jacob Tremblay (whose role is still unknown). […]Read More

‘Trainspotting’ and the art of the perfect soundtrack

With the release of T2: Trainspotting, the sequel to Danny Boyle’s beloved dark comedy drama, the main concern on fans’ minds is how the film will hold up against its predecessor. Trainspotting is a cult favourite within British cinema and it’s easy to see why. Some love it for its memorable dialogue. Some love it for its […]Read More

Style in Film: Mark Renton

The ’90s were an interesting time for both film and fashion. There was a lot of denim, a lot of plaid and in 1996 we also had the release of Trainspotting, the brilliant adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s book that follows a group of young heroin addicts in Edinburgh. At the centre of the film is our antihero […]Read More

Star Wars Prequels: The Good

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, there’s gong to be a new Star Wars movie. There’s a lot of hype surrounding it, with old cast members returning and some new characters being added to the mix. However, the last time we all got hyped for a new Star […]Read More

Film Review: Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the

The Star Wars prequels are often called out for their inferior quality to the Original three films and certainly for the first two films this is fairly understandable, however this viewpoint is often held most strongly by an older generation who were let down by the later output from their beloved saga. As a younger […]Read More

Film Review: Star Wars: Episode II – Attack Of The

You really have to hand it to the Star Wars prequels: what they get so disastrously wrong in terms of story, character, and performances on the whole from their star-studded casts, they get right – quite impressively, re-evaluating this film now as an older, wiser, ex-Star Wars obsessive – in expansive, consummately well-realised world-building, impeccable detail in visual […]Read More