Doctor Strange Review

Via:  http://geeknation.com/doctor-strange-set-photos-reveal-new-looks-at-the-sorcerer-supreme/. Since Civil War was utterly incredible, I came to Doctor Strange with a sense of hesitation. As a long time Marvel fan, I’ve stood by them through the good times (Iron Man 1) and the bad (Iron Man 2), and they haven’t truly disappointed me to a painful degree. Of course, however, disappointment is …

Clerks – Film Society Review

Its Monday morning, and we crawl out of bed and exit into the soggy outside for another day at Uni. But what’s this? How magical – the Film Soc is back again! Once more, lets chill with friends and watch some masters of cinema do what they do best – cinema…ing. Our main attraction – …

The Martian – Film Society Review by Joey Palmer

The film festival week is over, people have come and gone and finally we can begin to sit down every Monday evening, relax with friends and watch a quality film. For those who are regulars at the Film Society, it’s a weekly tradition, and for new members like myself, it’s a new and exciting prospect. …

Batman v Superman: Dawn of probably more meh movies

Batman v Superman: Dawn of probably more meh movies Written by Rae Malji Batman v Superman was an overall okay film, not brilliant or exciting or amazing, which is what you expect from any superhero movie. It was just …meh, hence why approximately 90% of audiences were disappointed whilst the other 10%, well… they are …

What’s the deal with Hollywood’s reluctance to use non-American actors?

What’s the deal with Hollywood’s reluctance to use non-American actors? Written by Tanisha Johnson   While tightly holding onto a bag of popcorn my eyes were glued to the screen watching 2015 film ‘Concussion’ directed by Peter Landesman. The film tells the story of Dr Bennet Omalu and his struggle as he investigates the link …

The Revenant – Review

The Revenant – Review Written by Joe Rafferty The Revenant is a breath taking revenge story that utilises mesmerising visuals, visceral action and impeccable acting, as well as adding an adrenaline shot to the western genre. The film has received considerable acclaim for its efforts and deservedly so. Actor Sean Penn, who is a friend …

Triple 9 – Review

Triple 9 – Review Written by Joe Rafferty The latest film by John Hillcoat is a top notch, explosive thriller that features a well talented cast, intense direction and a complex yet engaging story. This is a film I have been looking forward to as I am a huge fan of the crime drama/thriller genre. …

Public Morals – Review

    Public Morals is the latest brainchild of indie film writer, director and actor Edward Burns and is a fitting love letter to the cop and gangster genre.     For anyone who is unfamiliar with Edward Burns, you will most likely remember him for his acting role as Private First Class Richard Reiben …

Macbeth – Review

Director Justin Kurzel’s take on the Shakespearian tragedy proves to be a harrowing and psychologically powerful piece, which is further enhanced by the performances of a phenomenal cast. Kurzel’s version of Macbeth marks the tragedy’s 12th screen adaptation, the first going as far back to the silent film era. So its safe to say now …