Tags : The Hunger Games

My Life In Books: Megan Harding

I can’t remember a time when I haven’t been completely in love with the art of reading. I was an early talker and writer, which many say doesn’t influence a lot of your later life, but for me I feel like it predicted the path I would take: reading anything and everything, taking pleasure in […]Read More

The Indiependent Film Awards 2014

As the end of another spectacular year in the world of film approaches, the Cinephiles here at The Indiependent wanted to get in on Awards Season and celebrate the best of 2014 with our own little ceremonious feature. So we asked for your help in crowning the winners, and now, with all of your votes […]Read More

What We’re Watching in 2015: Part 2

In Part Two of our collosal entertainment feature, The Indiependent writers continue in their quest to get you excited for the Film and TV heading your way in 2015 – this time, focusing on the screen delights coming in July to December of the new year! Film: Paper Towns Originally a book by John Green, […]Read More

Film Review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

In the last two years we have seen the story of Suzanne Collins’ feisty young heroine – Katniss Everdeen – evolve into a saga of increasingly dangerous magnitude. From the first film, when Katniss selflessly volunteered in her sister’s place for the eponymous Hunger Games, (which lead to her victory alongside fellow District 12 tribute, Peeta Mellark) to […]Read More

Film: Why Is Sex More Condemned Than Violence?

When the trailer first appeared for the popular young adult film The Hunger Games, there was unsurprisingly an outcry among parents and the public in general: how can you aim a film based on a book about children being forced to kill each other at children themselves? The very premise of the series – teenagers […]Read More