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 Ewan Gleadow

How DJs and musicians are surviving the coronavirus culture catastrophe

How DJs and musicians are surviving the coronavirus culture catastrophe

With venue re-openings on the horizon, DJs and musicians are preparing themselves to return to live audiences and venues are excited to receive them. But is the link between audience and artist changing to a more digital format? As the high streets begin to re-open, performing artists and musicians look forward to the return of […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Godzilla vs. Kong

Movie Review: Godzilla vs. Kong

How far we have come since the first encounter of man, ape and lizard. When Toho first outed these two beasts, they fought with all the grace and effort of bumbling, uncoordinated men in costumes. That is what they were. The dawn of computer graphics has left both Godzilla and King Kong with not just room to grow, but wider audiences to impress. Godzilla vs. […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: The Father

Movie Review: The Father

With ageism so pertinent in arts industries, it is rather compelling and reassuring to see a story of age told on such a grand scale. Tender and frail years are inevitably ahead of us all, and The Father follows Anthony (Anthony Hopkins) refusing to accept that his best years are behind him. He can no longer experience […]

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The Student Survival Podcast – Episode 32 – Enough is Enough

The Student Survival Podcast – Episode 32 – Enough is Enough

In a very special edition of The Student Survival Podcast, Lucy takes the helm for an honest and frank discussion around sexual harassment and sexual assault with regular friends of the show, Shae and Laura. No Jordan this week, but he’ll be back soon. After the recent news stories on Sarah Everard, a conversation needs […]

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The Student Survival Podcast – Episode 31: Life After University

The Student Survival Podcast – Episode 31: Life After University

It’s amazing to think that the academic year is almost over, and Jordan and Lucy’s university experience is nearing its end. After three long years of hard work, many breakdowns and three lockdowns, graduation is fast approaching and the prospect of entering the big bad world of adulthood looms over. In this week’s episode, Jordan […]

 Ewan Gleadow

TV Review: WandaVision

TV Review: WandaVision

Consumerism is getting out of hand, and no more obvious is such an issue than with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Slogging through over a decade worth of content, you would be under the false impression that innovation is a possibility. They have the money to take risks, but why switch the conveyer belt off when […]

 Ewan Gleadow

The Student Survival Podcast – Episode 30 – Entertainment at University

The Student Survival Podcast – Episode 30 – Entertainment at University

Can you imagine going to university and just studying? It would be so boring, not worth the time or effort. In this week’s episode of the Student Survival Podcast, Jordan and Lucy chat about all the things that have entertained them during university and the COVID lockdowns. From the days when we could go clubbing […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Falling

Movie Review: Falling

As more and more actors breach through the front of the screen and worm their way behind the camera, the independent film market is slowly being overtaken by big-name actors loaning a few million to put a passion project out there. As hard it may be to not criticise this system and the many downsides of it, […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: To All the Boys: Always and Forever

Movie Review: To All the Boys: Always and Forever

Few things are constant in life. The sun will shine, the twenty-four-hour cycle will push through, and Netflix will always release bad content. Hopefully the final nail in the coffin that is To All the Boys’ standing as a trilogy, To All the Boys: Always and Forever was an inevitability, rather than something to eagerly anticipate. When Oasis gets […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Monster Hunter

Movie Review: Monster Hunter

Visual flair only takes a film so far, but director Paul W. S. Anderson has yet to grasp that. Adapting video games to film for the better part of two decades, Anderson and various studios have coasted along on the relatively comfortable notion that fans will lap up anything even vaguely connected to the IPs […]

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