Netflix’s new release Fractured, directed by Brad Anderson, is a psychological thriller, reminiscent of the 2010 film Shutter Island, which keeps you guessing right until the very end. The film revolves around a family of […]
Using CGI and digital effects to de-age an actor has been a relatively new practice. X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) was the first film to use this technology, to de-age Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen […]
Benjamin Garwood shares his opinion on the controversial film ‘In the Tall Grass’, previously reviewed by Arts and Culture Editor Emily Parry.
The film genre of horror is no stranger to evil countryside or greenery, take Day of the Triffids, Invasion of the Body Snatchers or even Little Shop of Horrors. However the new Netflix adaptation of […]
Livia Kenton reviews the latest series of Top Boy, making its return as a Netflix Original series
The BBC is currently planning a fourth update to its streaming service iPlayer in the wake of the growing popularity of online streaming. With the rise of online streaming networks like Netflix and Amazon Prime […]
Warning, this review contains spoilers. I volunteered myself to write this review thinking at best, it would be an excuse to watch a good rom-com and at worst, a chance to get my teeth into […]
Natalie Waites reviews one of Netflix’s latest releases; The Politician.
‘Unbelievable’ is a critically acclaimed drama series that portrays a true story of the system failing women. The gritty scenescape, understated acting and methodical pacing give the series a documentary feel. This is fitting as […]
It’s finally here. After years of anticipation, hundreds of plot twists, and more character deaths than anyone can reasonably be expected to remember; the final season of Game of Thrones is upon us at last. […]