Film

Third Year TFTS Students Launch Ambitious Multiplatform “Project Z”

Third Year TFTS Students Launch Ambitious Multiplatform “Project Z”

Arts, Film, Games April 20, 2016 at 7:00 pm Comments

  YOU MAY HAVE missed it, but the world ended two Wednesdays ago. On the 6th of April an infection begins to spread, cutting the UK off from the rest of the world and leaving aRead More

10 Cloverfield Lane: A sequel done right

10 Cloverfield Lane: A sequel done right

Arts, Film April 17, 2016 at 7:00 pm Comments

VIEWERS may consider it somewhat fortunate that 10 Cloverfield Lane does not require a viewing of the original Cloverfield to watch. 10CL’s much maligned B-movie-esque prequel did little to capture the hearts of cinema goers and criticsRead More

Eddie The Eagle – Aber’s Egerton Shines in High-Flying Biopic

Eddie The Eagle – Aber’s Egerton Shines in High-Flying Biopic

Arts, Film March 31, 2016 at 7:00 pm Comments

Eddie The Eagle is in Aberystwyth Arts Centre from the 1st – 14th April – starting with a charity screening on the 1st of April with special guests Taron Egerton and director Dexter Fletcher. All proceedsRead More

If you didn't already now, Leo goes through some stuff in this film. Most of it cold, bloody, and morally ambiguous.

The Revenant review

Arts, Film March 13, 2016 at 10:04 pm Comments

The Revenant – or as I’ve already heard it called, “the film that finally got DeCaprio his Oscar” – is, to a degree, what I thought it was going to be before I saw it, namely aRead More

Best Picture 2016: Spotlight Review

Best Picture 2016: Spotlight Review

Arts, Film March 2, 2016 at 5:50 pm Comments

I SAW SPOTLIGHT in a mostly empty cinema, and while I wish more people had seen it, I cant exactly blame them for choosing not to. Spotlight is a good film, perhaps even a great one, butRead More

Deadpool – the funniest Marvel flick since Guardians of the Galaxy

Deadpool – the funniest Marvel flick since Guardians of the Galaxy

Arts, Film February 23, 2016 at 9:26 pm Comments

RYAN REYNOLDS IS a failed superhero. That’s both a summation of his career of big-budget comic adaptations, and a decent synopsis for Deadpool. From the questionable facial hair of Blade Trinity, to the $200 million disaster ofRead More

Film Review: Suffragette

Film Review: Suffragette

Arts, Film February 20, 2016 at 9:30 am Comments

SINCE I started reviewing films, I have become increasingly aware of how many films I would otherwise want to go and see have controversy surrounding them. Usually this is because I don’t like going to screeningsRead More

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

Arts, Film February 18, 2016 at 7:30 pm Comments

AFTER The Hunger Games franchise announced it was deciding to split its finale into two money-grabbing films I wasn’t hopeful, after the likes of Harry Potter and The Hobbit. I don’t want to stray into tooRead More

The Big Short Review

The Big Short Review

Arts, Film February 17, 2016 at 8:00 pm Comments

THE BIG SHORT is a movie that I am kinda surprised exists; It’s not an action blockbuster, it’s not a meditative biopic or an engrossing romance. It sits in that awkward territory of “based on a trueRead More

Redmayne in action in The Danish Girl. The Oscar-winner is again nominated for Best Actor.

The Danish Girl: A Review

Arts, Film February 16, 2016 at 6:00 pm Comments

COMING to a film with a different perspective and background can radically alter one’s perception of it. This review presents me with an opportunity to talk not just about the film, but on a personal levelRead More