Tag Archives: Film
Something always bothered me about the tin-foil-hatted way in which classic art and literature is made to be part of a super-secret puzzle that only one person in the world can solve.
Found Footage films are an odd genre to discuss. On one hand, these kind of films can be a fairly interesting and effective way to bring across a greater sense of reality and energy to proceedings.
Legendary director and producer Tim Burton has once again captured our hearts and let us embrace our own quirkiness with adventure Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.
Karun: Misadventures on Iran’s Longest River With the stunning landscapes and dramatic cultures of Iran, the short film ‘Karun: Misadventures On Iran’s Longest River’ is a feel-good film to please anyone who loves travelling and exploring cultures from around the world. Filmed and starring adventurers Tom Allen and Leon McCarron it captures the true heart […]
Self-confessed Hunger Games fanatic and Deputy Lifestyle Editor Becky Lancashire reviews Mockingjay: Part 2.
When I first sat down to watch A Sicilian Dream I was very skeptical. Firstly, I know absolutely nothing about Italian motor-sports, nor do I normally enjoy theatrical documentaries. However, I went into this with an open mind, and really learnt some things from the whole experience. A Sicilian Dream is a theatrical documentary about the legendary Sicilian […]
When I saw that there was to be a new film called The Intern starring Anne Hathaway, I shamelessly thought ‘oh, here comes another movie about an intern falling for her boss…’ However, The Intern is anything but.
Kaneto Shindo’s Onibaba (1964) is striking in that its darkness only serves to enhance its sublime beauty.
Paper Towns is a film written by John Green, the author behind last years’ madly successful tearjerker The Fault in Our Stars. Ben Stockdale reviews.