Film & Tv

Nostalgic Films to get you in the Christmas Mood

Christmas isn't Christmas without copious amounts of chocolate, sweating around the fire in fluffy pjs, and watching classic movies to tap into that nostalgic spirit. We're always stuck on what to watch in my ...

Spencer – Review

A creaking manor, shadowy corridors, ghostly apparitions. “How many Stephen King adaptations do we really need?” I hear one reader ask. “Another Hotel Transylvania sequel?!” cries another. Fear not, horror-sce...

The Letters – Review

The Letters is a 2021 film by award-winning director Robbie Walsh. It centres around the Cervical Check Scandal, which first emerged in 2018 and is still affecting many women and families today.  While...

Dune – Review

Upon hearing that an adaptation of Dune was in the works, the diligent English student in me attempted to read Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel. I gave up fairly quickly due to the heavy world - building, one of the...

The Best of Netflix: Horror Edition

And we’re back! After a long, twenty-one-or-so month summer, colleges are re-opening, students are loitering and lecturers are desperately scrambling for their seminar notes after hitting play on the same pre-...

The Many Saints of Newark Review

As a big fan of The Sopranos, the prospect of a prequel film giving key background information for Tony and many of the characters from that series was an exciting one. There is a deep history in the show whic...

Sex Education Season 3

It’s been a long time since our last visit to Moordale High. When Sex Education - Season 2 hit  screens back in January 2020, Donald Trump was president and there were some pretty spooky rumours abou...

Freshers’ Comfort Films

In need of comforting stories for uncertain times? Booksmart One of the best coming of age films of the last few years, Booksmart (Olivia Wilde, 2019) follows best friends Amy and Molly as they deci...