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 Ryan Easby

Review: Captain Marvel

Review: Captain Marvel

View this post on Instagram Take a look at the Marvel Studios' #CaptainMarvel-inspired poster by artist @aracelymunoz_! A post shared by Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel (@captainmarvelofficial) on Mar 7, 2019 at 3:32pm PST It is no small secret that I am a Marvel fan. I love the escapism that Superheroes offer, I love how bright […]

 Mark Warren

Review: Dirt Rally 2.0

Review: Dirt Rally 2.0

Dirt Rally 2.0 waltzed into my life and almost immediately presented me with a rather unique dilemma: do I review it as a Dirt game, meaning as the most recent entry in the Dirt series since 2017’s Dirt 4? Or, on the other hand, do I review it as the second game in the Dirt […]

 Northern Lights

Preview: The Lion King (2019)

Preview: The Lion King (2019)

By Kyra Sims The Disney classic that remains most children’s first experience of heartbreak, The Lion King is getting its own remake along with many other of their hits. It’s set to be released in cinemas in the summer of this year but, judging by the trailer, it won’t be the smash hit that the 1994 original […]

 Richard Bellis

Review: The Lego Movie 2

Review: The Lego Movie 2

After seeing the first Lego film back in 2014 and being surprised at how good it was, we were worried that the second part would not live up to its predecessor, but we were wrong. The Lego Movie 2 is just as fun as the original, continuing the story from where we left off with […]

 Kamron Kent

Initial Thoughts: Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

Initial Thoughts: Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

Ace Combat returns with its seventh instalment, Skies Unknown. Let’s turn and burn as we fly through the skies of Strangereal. Campaign The campaign is the first thing I visited as I love a good story in a game: multiplayer and everything else can come after. But, before you got yourself into the cockpit of […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Review: First Reformed

Review: First Reformed

View this post on Instagram @A24 and acclaimed writer-director Paul Schrader present #FirstReformed, starring @EthanHawke and Amanda Seyfried — trailer tomorrow. A post shared by First Reformed (@firstreformedmovie) on Mar 28, 2018 at 12:03pm PDT Oscar snubs are one thing, but to see how crude and vicious the Academy was towards First Reformed is a […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Review: Green Book

Review: Green Book

View this post on Instagram Green Book, starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali, in theaters November 21. A post shared by Green Book (@greenbookmovie) on Aug 14, 2018 at 5:30am PDT The ever-looming awards season strikes fear into the hearts of arts critics across the globe, causing a mad dash to wrap up compilation articles […]

 Amy Robinson

Dirty John gets UK release rate on Netlfix: Preview

Dirty John gets UK release rate on Netlfix: Preview

  Dirty John is a true crime podcast hosted by journalist Christopher Goffard, and created by the Los Angeles Times and Wondery. Released in 2017, the podcast is an in-depth insight into the life of con artist and sociopath, “Dirty” John Meehan. The podcast has six parts, each with a duration of around forty-five minutes. The […]

 Amy Robinson

YOU: review with spoilers

YOU: review with spoilers

Since its debut on Netflix on Boxing Day, You has become one of the most talked-about shows, both in life and on social media. Set in the gritty side of Manhattan, New York, You follows a book store manager, Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley, Gossip Girl), who develops an invasive obsession with a young woman who visits his store. The woman, […]

 Richard Bellis

Stan and Ollie: Review

Stan and Ollie: Review

Before I saw this film, I knew nothing about Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy so I was very sceptical about enjoying the film; I thought I wouldn’t understand what was funny since they were a duo active in the 30s and I haven’t watched many old comedy films. I was wrong. I loved this film […]

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