Ewan Gleadow

Film Review: The Aftermath

Film Review: The Aftermath

The settings and time period that The Aftermath takes place in is a nightmare for a former student of history. It’s sort of like being thrown back into the splattered remnants of information I can remember from a two-year crash course on post-war Germany and its impact on the country. The Aftermath attempts to express this in the most […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Review: Official Secrets

Review: Official Secrets

It’s always nice when the one film of the year you’re excited for isn’t a massive disappointment. Official Secrets looks to discuss the fallout of the leaked Iraq War documents and the impact it left on the United Kingdom. Following the real-life story of Katharine Gun, a GCHQ employee and Martin Bright, a journalist for The […]

 Josh Stothard

Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge: Preview

Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge: Preview

Six years after the previous installment, the Pirates are back with returning faces and a new, creepy enemy who threatens them all. After not appearing in the underwhelming On Stranger Tides, both Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley are back reprising their previous roles. Joining them is of course Johnny Depp, who is back as Captain Jack […]

 Jordan Davidson

Review: The Imitation Game – Decrypting the enigma of Alan Turing

Review: The Imitation Game – Decrypting the enigma of Alan Turing

Set mostly during the Second World War, The Imitation Game follows the story of reclusive tortured genius Alan Turing. This seemingly unexceptional man would go on to become, according to Winston Churchill, the single biggest contributor to the Allied victory in the war against Nazi Germany. It was Alan Turing who led a team of […]