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 Anna McMillan

Once Upon A Time – The Bear and The Bow

Once Upon A Time – The Bear and The Bow

Can the essence of all evil really become a hero? Well, in this weeks episode we watch as Emma furthers her efforts to transform the former Dark One, Rumplestiltskin into a pure hearted hero so he can pull Excalibur from the stone. However, since Rumple lost his dark magic to Emma he has settled back […]

 Adam Bloomfield

Arrow review – Season 4 episodes 1-3

Arrow review – Season 4 episodes 1-3

  Episode 1 – Green Arrow Arrow finally returned to Sky 1 in the wake of its sister show the Flash. So when we last left them in season 3 the League of Assassins had been defeated and Oliver left the role of the Arrow behind so where are they now when season 4 kicks […]

 Kieran Brannan

Doctor Who: The Girl Who Died/The Woman Who Lived

Doctor Who: The Girl Who Died/The Woman Who Lived

 The vikings are coming! And the Doctor and Clara are trapped in the middle of a seemingly hopeless battle between these Norsemen and an alien threat who feed off testosterone and adrenaline, probably too much red meat in the diet. The story that follows in this episode is a rather basic one that we’ve seen […]

 Anna McMillan

Once Upon A Time – Dreamcatcher

Once Upon A Time – Dreamcatcher

We’re back in time in Camelot and Merlin has finally been freed from the tree! After being stuck inside for five episodes, the spell capturing the magician inside of the tree trunk is finally broken with the help of Regina and Emma. But unfortunately not everything is as it seems because, although everyone was fighting […]

 Francisco Andrade

My Favourite Horror Film: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

My Favourite Horror Film: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Never has the sound of a chainsaw been scarier until Tobe Hooper’s masterpiece, ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’, changed the horror genre. Before 1974, the horror-film audience had grown accustomed to themes related with the supernatural or human psychopaths and serial killers. Even the less-grossing b-movies were influenced by these themes, although it was expected that the innovative […]

 Jonnie Knights

My Favourite Horror Film: Friday the 13th

Spoilers (The fact I have to warn you about spoilers for a forty year old movie proves you should brush up on your horror) When you view a piece of subjective media your opinion should be based on its quality. In this respect origins are unimportant. Origins are very important when viewing the overall evolution […]

 Scott Hastie

My Favourite Horror Film: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas

Halloween is a time for sweets, shocks and scares. A time when the ghastly ghosts and ghouls come out to play and horror fills the air. During this time of year, trickers and treaters alike roam the lands either in search of a spine-chilling scare or just sweet, mouth-wateringly delicious candy. For some, Halloween is […]

 Scott Hastie

Review – SPECTRE

24 films, 53 years. Mr Bond is a part of the British furniture now, with a legacy spanning generations. You know the name, you know the number, and you know his MO- so it’s a testament to the series that it is still kicking (and looking as suave as ever) decades down the line. And […]

 Scott Hastie

My Favourite Horror Film: Scream

“Do you like scary movies?” Fewer questions in film are met with a mixture of sheer terror and girlish glee by fans than the line spoken by the murderous Ghostface in Wes Craven’s 1996 film Scream. Pair these chilling words with the eponymous mask worn by the villain and you have, part of, the recipe […]

 Scott Hastie

Northern Lights’ Favourite Bond Films

Northern Lights’ Favourite Bond Films

The ‘Bond’ series has always been one of Britain’s greatest and most notorious film series’ ever since the audience first laid eyes upon Sean Connery’s masterful acting capabilities as the famous thrill seeking MI6 agent, 007, A.K.A, James Bond in 1962. Since Dr. No’s release millions of die-hard fans have appeared to back up this […]