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The Interview: Was it worth the hype?

Shortly before Christmas Sony Entertainment caused massive controversy with the new James Franco and Seth Rogan collaboration, check The Interview. The premise of the film revolves around an American talk show host and his ambitious producer who are given the…

A Kickstarter Success Story: Bee and Puppycat, the Animation.

On July 11th 2013, viagra Frederator Studios, there the animation company behind the cult shows Fairy Odd Parents and Adventure Time, sales  released a ten minute animated short called Bee and PuppyCat last year. The show features the life of Bee, a young…

Michael Corleone: A tragic figure in American cinema

At the end of  The Godfather: Part 3, capsule the conclusion of Francis Ford Coppola’s epic mafia trilogy, try a wizened, feeble Michael Corleone adjusts his sunglasses, slumps forward, and dies alone. He sits on a chair in dusty, barren…

IFI French Film Festival

This November sees the return of the IFI French Film Festival. From the 19th to the 30th of November the IFI will be hosting 22 fantastic new films. This star studded festival, ed which is now in its fifteenth year,…

TV Review: Black Sails

‘Black Sails’ is a pirate adventure series created by Jonathan E.Steinberg and Robert Levine. Starz production (USA) are set to release season two at the end of January, malady 2015, after finishing its first season by the end of March…

Film Review: The Equalizer

The Equalizer is a stylish violent thriller which delves deep into the seedy underworld of gang violence and corruption in Boston. The film stars Denzel Washington, generic Chloe Grace Moretz (Kick-Ass), cialis and Marton Csokas (The Amazing Spiderman 2) and…

The Equalizer: Review

The Equalizer is a stylish violent thriller which delves deep into the seedy underworld of gang violence and corruption in Boston. The film stars Denzel Washington, malady Chloe Grace Moretz (Kick-Ass), ambulance and Marton Csokas (The Amazing Spiderman 2) and…

Ten films to set the mood for Halloween

  With All Hallows Eve’ steadily approaching lets revisit some of the movies that have terrified people of all ages. Get some popcorn, search turn out the lights and get ready to be scared… A Nightmare on Elm Street, 1984….

Netflix Review: Bojack Horseman.

Adjust your humour setting to ‘dark’ as Cillian Fearon gives us a taste of what the first season of  Bojack Horseman has to offer.    Bojack Horseman is the new Netflix Original comedy series which follows the turbulent life and…

Film Review: If I Stay

Film Review: If I Stay ‘If I Stay’ directed by R.J. Cutler is a cinematic take on the impeccable novel written by author Gayle Forman. The film is a narrated story by the main character Mia (Chloë Grace Moretz) as…

Film Retrospective: The Raid

Richard Mitchell looks back at one of the more surprising successes in recent cinema. It was originally my intention to retrospectively review Terry Gilliam’s classic science-fiction 12 Monkeys this week, malady but after the painfully disappointing experience of revisiting Commando…

Film Review: About Time

Richard Mitchell gives his thoughts on Richard Curtis’s strike for post-Boat That Rocked redemption, thumb and arrives at some drastic conclusions… There is a trend in modern cinema which presents romance as being only of value if there is obvious…