Film

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – Misses the Mark

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – Misses the Mark

Arts, Film July 31, 2016 at 12:00 pm Comments

MOST OF MY friends – many of whom are die-hard comic book and superhero movie fans – decided not to see Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice, and I can’t blame them. While I’m always aRead More

Dry: Review

Dry: Review

Arts, Film May 25, 2016 at 3:11 pm Comments

SOME FILMS SEEK to thrill, to be a fun way to spend an hour and a half. Some seek to be expressive, to convey or encourage a certain emotion, be it laughter or sadness. Others seek toRead More

Film Review: Eye In The Sky

Film Review: Eye In The Sky

Arts, Film May 21, 2016 at 5:00 pm Comments

EVERY story needs a focus. No matter how grand the scope, no matter how world shattering the events in the story may be, it is impossible to tell a story without focus. Almost every story could beRead More

Blues Brothers 2000 Review – “The Lord works in mysterious ways”

Blues Brothers 2000 Review – “The Lord works in mysterious ways”

Arts, Film May 9, 2016 at 7:00 pm Comments

(Editor’s Note: Kathryn has he own cult movie blog She Cult The Katy – check out her stuff!) Blues Brothers 2000 picks up from where we left off in real-time. It’s been eighteen years since theRead More

High-Rise: Film Review

High-Rise: Film Review

Arts, Film April 25, 2016 at 7:00 pm Comments

HIGH-RISE may well be my film of the year. It certainly won’t be for everyone; it isn’t the traditional action-based fare that we usually see this time of year, and it drifts a bit close toRead More

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