Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Charlie’s Angels

Movie Review: Charlie’s Angels

I didn’t really think we’d need another adaptation of the of the 1970s American action show Charlie’s Angels, but then again what do I know about trends? Apparently, there was a bloody high demand to reimagine the trio of Angels for the big screen, again. Not satisfied with the output of Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu […]

 Lewis Wild

Logan: Review

Logan: Review

Logan is the Wolverine film that audiences have craved for so long. It’s packed with bloody violence, adult language and emotional revelations. Hugh Jackman’s final appearance as the clawed hero challenges everything that we expect of super hero movies.

The film is based around the Old Man Logan storyline from the X-Men comics, taking place in a near future where mutants are dying off. The ones that remain include Logan, and a frail, mentally ill Professor Xavier. Patrick Stewart’s return to the role is extremely satisfying, as he gets to explore a different side […]

 Paul Barclay

Review: “Green Room grabs you and simply does not let go”

It may seem easy to make a film set mostly in an enclosed space. It is cheaper and there is possibly less that can go wrong. But, there is a tough side to this. The film-maker has to succeed in making sure their audience feels closed in as well. Even if the film is a […]