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Black Sea

The message at the heart of Kevin Macdonald’s new submarine action-thriller Black Sea is that we have become active participants in our own oppression. Powerful social elites and corporations set the board and we move around like chess pieces, desperately taking out our competition as if it’s their fault we’re stuck on the grid. Occasionally […]

What to make of Jurassic World

Universal caught the Internet by surprise Tuesday night when it released the official Jurassic World trailer just one day after releasing a separate teaser trailer announcing the full-length trailer would drop on Thursday evening. Naturally, the Internet “broke”, and almost forty-eight hours after the trailer’s release, the buzz hasn’t abated. Opinion, speculation, and scrutiny have […]

Step Up: All In

Closely following the events of its predecessor, Step Up Revolution, the latest installment in the Step Up franchise, this time titled, Step Up: All In, brings back Ryan Guzman as Sean, the lead dancer for an up and coming crew called, the Mob. Unfortunately for the Mob, things haven’t gone as well as they would […]

Inherent Vice

The theatre was dark. The house lights were still on, but if you’ve been to the Prince Charles Theatre in Leicester Square, you probably know what I’m talking about. There was plenty of excitement in the air. Just two days earlier Warner Bros. announced a surprise screening of Inherent Vice, from heralded auteur Paul Thomas […]

Particle Fever – Inside CERN with Mark Levinson

About twenty minutes outside of Geneva, Switzerland, lies perhaps the most interesting and exciting science experiment in the world. The European Organisation for Nuclear Research – or CERN for short – has come to be the largest science laboratory on Earth, centred around an absolutely massive machine called the Large Hadron Collider. The LHC, as […]

White Reindeer

In 2011 director Zach Clark began a Kickstarter campaign to finance his fourth feature film. Within 52 days, the campaign reached its goal of $33,500, and White Reindeer was born. Written, directed and produced by Clark, White Reindeer tells the story of Suzanne Barrington, an estate agent living in Washington with her husband. As Christmas […]

The Oscars: What to Expect in 2015

Around this time each of the last two years I have, perhaps all too casually, crowned the year, “the best year for movies in our lifetime.” Given that I was deeply embedded in diapers at the time, I never take 1994 into consideration, a year that has come to be legend in cinematic circles. But […]

Star Wars: The Force Awakens – Believe the hype?

In 2009 J.J Abrams revitalised the Star Trek franchise with a fantastic cast, strong storyline and copious amounts of lens flare. Happily the movie in question was a huge success, commercially doubling its budget. ‘Star Trek’ (2009), to the benefit all cinema-goers, was also a critical success. The reason for the vast majority of the […]

There’s Something About Susan

When Susan Boyle peacocked onto the Britain’s Got Talent stage in 2009 and proclaimed herself the next Elaine Paige, the nation sneered. And when the West Lothian lass suggestively informed Simon Cowell that such ambition was just ‘one side of her’, the nation recoiled. But when the clamour subsided and she sang the first euphonious […]

The Joker Returns

On October 15th Warner Brothers Pictures and DC Comics announced their massive film slate for the next six years. Following the model of the Marvel Universe, Warner Bros. and DC will be unveiling two films each year, ranging from independent character films, such as ‘Wonder Woman’ and ‘The Flash’, to ensemble epics like ‘Justice League’ […]



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