Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Misbehaviour

Movie Review: Misbehaviour

Every other film I watch these days is a biopic. It’s more or less accidental, and I don’t mean to invest so much time into adaptations of real-world events that are often flimsily constructed or just completely inaccurate, like Patch Adams or Bohemian Rhapsody. Either way, I find myself watching these not out of choice, but out of subservience to the release […]

 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 […]