Tags : Gone Girl

Revisiting Literary Characters: Amy Elliott Dunne (Gone Girl)

Reading bestsellers is something I find myself consistently behind on; this summer, I finally got around to purchasing 2012’s The Girl on the Train – Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl. A psychological thriller that centres on the disappearance of Amy Dunne and the mounting suspicion faced by her husband, Gone Girl was met with both critical […]Read More

The Month In Films: February 2015

Already two months into 2015, and we’re still spoilt for choice in the DVD aisles. Among February’s thrilling releases, are the latest in an ever-increasing crop of YA dystopian adventures, a thriller that sees Ben Affleck play victim to some superlatively twisted mind-games and a psychological horror that might just unnerve the keenest of late-night […]Read More

EE BAFTA Nominations 2015

Awards Season is without a doubt, one of the most exciting times to be a film fan. Through countless glitzy red carpets and emotional acceptance speeches, we are able to start every new year, by celebrating the last in the world of cinema. Preceding the Oscars as always is our very own academy, BAFTA, who […]Read More

Film Review: Gone Girl

“Who are you? What have we done to each other? What will we do?” The opening lines of David Fincher’s psychological powerhouse Gone Girl already show that perhaps this isn’t the best film to go see with your significant other; the idea that we can never truly know what our partners are thinking is one of the […]Read More