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An Excellent Ensemble In ‘The Boys In The Band’: Review

There are worse ways to spend an evening than watching the gorgeous cast of Netflix’s new LGBTQ+ film The Boys In The Band. Based on Mart Crowley’s 1968 play, The Boys In The Band centres on Harold’s (Zachary Quinto) birthday, celebrated by his coven of friends: Michael (Jim Parsons), Donald (Matt Bomer), Bernard (Michael Benjamin […]Read More

Bad Films to Watch During Self-Isolation

As people around the UK are either in self-isolation, let go from their jobs or working from home, a lot of free time has opened up in our normally hectic schedules. As a semi-agoraphobic Millennial whose idea of a perfect evening is eating instant ramen on the sofa and going to bed at 10pm, this […]Read More

Film News: Kevin Spacey’s New Film Took £96 On Its

Kevin Spacey’s latest (or, indeed, should that be last?) film took just £96 on its first day at the box office, after opening in just 10 cinemas across the US. According to The Hollywood Reporter, this suggests that fewer than two people per cinema bought tickets on its opening day. Billionaire Boys Club, also starring […]Read More

Film News: See the first photo of Margot Robbie as

Margot Robbie has already secured her reputation as a film chameleon. From her sultry drawl in The Wolf of Wall Street, to her Harley Quinn role – mimicked in Halloween costumes everywhere in 2016 – and her Oscar-nominated portrayal of Tonya Harding, she’s able to transform herself in a variety of roles. As well as […]Read More

The Month in Films: October 2017

With the cooler weather moving in, we no longer have to feel guilty about spending time inside on a sunny day, so if you fancy a trip to the cinema, take a look at some new releases for October. Blade Runner 2049 The highly anticipated sequel to 1982’s Blade Runner sees a star-studded cast including […]Read More

The Month In Films: March

LOGAN – (MUST-SEE) The end of an era. In Hugh Jackman’s final outing as Wolverine, Fox appears to have pulled out all the stops. Following on from Deadpool’s R-rated success, this conclusion of an epic character arc promises to be full of gore and expletives. The story follows an ageing Logan/Wolverine caring for an ailing […]Read More

My Life in Films: Anthony J Cody

I’ll hold my hands up…. I am a huge movie buff. It’s seriously unhealthy the amount of films I watch in a week. I may need some sort of help. But anyways, I thought I’d just do this My Life In Film thing because it’s a great way of not revising for my A-Levels. Also, […]Read More

My Life In Films: Georgia Hinson

Film is a very special thing to many people, and sooner or later we begin to realise how a few on screen hours play such big roles (cinema pun) in shaping our lives. Growing up in a woman filled household meant that, for me, my list of favourites is filled with all the classic chick […]Read More

Film News: Female Directors dominate the scenes at the 69th

With the Cannes Film Festival fast approaching, many memories will be jogged back to this time last year when rage kicked off about what many deemed as a sexist dress code. A group of women were denied entry into the premier of Todd Haynes’ Carol, for not wearing high-heeled shoes. Despite Cannes’ director, Thierry Fremaux, […]Read More

My Life In Films: Lily Blake

Cinema is timeless and universal, but is also contextualised by each viewer. Upon watching a film, that film becomes a part of the viewer’s sense of identity: representative of a time, person, or feeling. With this in mind I have endeavoured to select films which hold some sort of personal significance to me. Cinema combines […]Read More

My Life In Films: Beth Kirkbride

Growing up in a house with five younger siblings, four of which are boys, means that my taste in films was never really my taste in films. I grew up on a diet of Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Pirates of the Caribbean and more Star Wars. It was only in my early teens that I […]Read More

Five of Today’s Most Under Appreciated Movies

Have you ever been talking about movies with a friend and suggested one of your personal favourites enthusiastically, only for them to respond with a blank face? This has happened to me all too often for me to be able to let it go, so instead, I decided I’d write an article about several movies […]Read More

My Life in Films: Beth Chaplow

I think we often use films to try and define ourselves, be it through identifying with the protagonists, analysing the key themes or attempting to replicate the plot in our own lives, films have a formative influence, particularly during one’s youth. Going by this logic, it’s so difficult to choose simply five films that can […]Read More