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Interview: Esther Johnson on making the North East’s most personal film, Asunder

The First World War was such a far-reaching and impactful conflict that the personal stories of those involved often get lost…

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Review: Yooka-Laylee is still a classic

The big question here is… Has Yooka-Laylee succeeded in bringing back the old classic formula that entertained everyone back on the N64? To answer that…

Review: Power Rangers

Those teenagers with attitude hit the big screen with a darker reimagining of the original 90’s Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers, and it doesn’t fail to…

Could ‘The Rainbow Disney’ era be on it’s way?

Who doesn’t love a good Disney movie? Be it from way back to the start with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, or to more…

Top Eight Last Minute Valentine’s Day Gifts

Struggling with last minute valentine’s day gifts? Northern Lights has put together a wish list to give you some ideas. Chocolate. It’s a bit overdone but…

Wonderland Review

Following  its shows around the world, from the likes of Texas to Tokyo, the multi Grammy and Drama Desk Award nominated musical ‘Wonderland’ received a British production…

5 Modern Westerns That Prove The Genre Is Still Going Strong

5 Modern Westerns That Prove The Genre Is Still Going Strong

Has Westworld left you thirsting for some more cowboy action? Need something to tide you over…

First Thoughts On: Crash Bandicoot Remastered

First Thoughts On: Crash Bandicoot Remastered

He’s back! The original PlayStation mascot, Crash Bandicoot, is spinning his way into next gen…

Tyneside Cinema snatches up North East Equality Award for dementia friendly programme

Tyneside Cinema snatches up North East Equality Award for dementia friendly programme

The Tyneside Cinema has won the North East Equality Award for its innovative programme designed to…

Beamish: travelling back to childhood

Beamish: travelling back to childhood

My trip to Beamish, the open-air museum, where the world is stuck in 1913, not…