Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Dumbo

Movie Review: Dumbo

Disney have somehow managed to peddle circus animals and ringmaster caricatures frequently this past year or two. The One and Only Ivan was an odd project for Bryan Cranston, and a spectacularly dull film with an empty, shallow heart. Dumbo, a modernised adaptation of the mediocre 40s classic, is just as emotionally devoid and decrepit as the conglomerate […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: The Trial of the Chicago 7

Movie Review: The Trial of the Chicago 7

Netflix has been on some form of strange renaissance as of late, and I’m starting to get a little worried. Inevitably, they’ll release something so horrible that it dashes what little hope and respect I had for them as a production company. Christmas Chronicles 2 and The Princess Switch: Switched Again are releasing soon, so […]

 Ryan Easby

The Road To Endgame – Part 16: Spider-Man Homecoming

The Road To Endgame – Part 16: Spider-Man Homecoming

Spider-Man is hands down my favourite superhero, no contest. Growing up, he’s the one I was most exposed to, having watched the Raimi trilogy, the Andrew Garfield films (I shudder when I remember those) and most of the cartoons. I read the comics at every opportunity, normally pulling out one or two every time I […]

 Daniela Ralu Nastase

Review: Spotlight

After winning an Oscar for the Best Picture later, Spotlight has arrived in North East! The movie follows a team of elite journalists (called suggestively Spotlight) on their way of uncovering decades of children abuses made by priests and hidden by church. When a new editor comes to the Boston Globe, Spotlight is assigned a […]