All posts tagged Cinema

Exclusive Review: Malcolm D. Lee’s ‘Night School’.

A film which destigmatises learning disabilities. Malcolm D. Lee’s new comedy Night School is about Teddy (Kevin Hart) who wants to obtain his GED, and attends a night school. There is […]

Double Exclusive Review: Venom & A Star Is Born.

Venom A film about Eddie Brock/Venom, Spider-Man’s famous foe, has been in the works ever since his appearance in Spider-Man 3. Whilst Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios decided to share […]

Exclusive Review of Gaspar Noé’s ‘Climax’.

Noé’s LSD cinematic bad trip is a masterpiece. With films like Irreversible, Enter the Void, and Love, Gaspar Noé has proven himself as France’s most controversial auteur. His films are distinctive and disturbing yet […]

Exclusive Review of Chloe Zhao’s ‘The Rider’.

A subversive eulogy to the western. The mythos surrounding the cowboy is now one that seems to belong to a bygone era, one of white hats and black hats, saloons, […]

Exclusive Review of Ian Samuel’s ‘Sierra Burgess is a Big Loser’.

Sierra Burgess is a self-love rom-com romp… Sierra Burgess is a Big Loser sees the eponymous teenager falling in love via text with a jock from another school called James. The catch to […]

Exclusive Review of Aneesh Chaganty’s ‘Searching’.

An internet based thriller that ticks all of the right boxes… The 21st century could very well be named ‘The Age of The Internet’: we use personal devices to browse the web […]

Exclusive review of Jeff Tomsic’s ‘TAG’.

Childhood nostalgia with an all-star cast… Released on the 14th of June, TAG follows a group of highly competitive friends who meet every May to play an aggressive rendition of the […]

The Pixar Theory.

Would you believe me if I told you all the films Pixar have produced are part of the same universe? Well it turns out this idea may not be too […]

The Miseducation of Cameron Post: a coming-of-age for a new generation

Sundance breakthrough The Miseducation of Cameron Post is finally getting its UK release this September. It’s eventual arrival marks the second directorial effort from Queen Mary alumni Desiree Akhavan, and with it  a topical […]