Film

LFF Film Thoughts: Part I

I went to this year’s London Film Festival for the third year in a row, this time seeing seven films in total. I won’t cover my opinion on every film […]

5 Years of Gone Girl

If you are a fellow university student reading this, you most likely have been born anytime between 1997 and 2001 (if you are an average undergraduate student), meaning you were […]

TIFF Film Thoughts: Part II

Now for three films that will probably get some Oscar buzz. Joker: Whilst I still need time to digest whether I loved this movie or thought it was just okay, […]

TIFF Film Thoughts: Part I

This year I went to Canada for a holiday, specifically with the intention of going to the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). I managed to see 6 films and my […]

Film Review: Ad Astra

Every year has at least one space-focused movie and this decade has been full of them. This specific one comes from writer/director James Gray, who started out making gritty thrillers […]

Angel Has Fallen Review

Millenium Films don’t have a good reputation for quality, but occasionally they have a successful movie. One of them was Olympus Has Fallen, a film that was basically “Die Hard […]

CUB Film Review: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Quentin Tarantino does not need an introduction, but if you do need any information, he’s a classic and controversial figure who makes films that are often slow‐paced, dialogue‐heavy, violent and […]

Film Review: Dark Phoenix – X-men series goes up in flames

The X-Men franchise has gone on for almost 20 years, but given how Disney has now acquired Fox, it’s reaching its end. The last main entry and ending to the […]

Exclusive interview with director of Free Men – A Documentary about the injustice of capital punishment

The documentary, Free Men, follows the tragic story of Kenneth Reams, a man unjustly imprisoned and put on death row due to racial discrimination in the justice system. Kenneth has […]