Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: I Care A Lot

Movie Review: I Care A Lot

Deeply rooted in the court cases, emotional strife and torturous ease of manipulating facts and figures yet far removed from the actual meaning and feelings of these actions, I Care A Lot is a mixed bag. With Rosamund Pike at the centre of it all, director J Blakeson crafts a formidably interesting narrative, following Marla Grayson (Pike), a court-appointed […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Radioactive

Movie Review: Radioactive

The term “spring cleaning” comes immediately into my mind with Radioactive. The idea that we should clear up the clutter of our homes and put our best foot forward. Well, it may be winter, but it’s time to declutter. I’ve had Radioactive in my sights for the best part of a year now, and for […]

 Sarah Sinclair

Review: A Private War depicts the glamour and gore of the life of a legendary war correspondent

Review: A Private War depicts the glamour and gore of the life of a legendary war correspondent

  “You’re never going to get to where you’re going if you acknowledge fear. I think fear comes later, when it’s all over.” The words of the legendary war correspondent, Marie Colvin, in her coarse American tone, cut sharply through harrowing shots of the city of Homs, Syria – the place which was to be […]