Film Review – The Black Cauldron (1985)

The Black Cauldron Directors: Ted Berman, Richard Rich Writers: Lloyd Alexander (novel), David Jonas (story) Starring: Grant Bardsley, Freddie Jones, Susan Sheridan Runtime: 80 min Reviewer: Kyle Rees In an era where Dungeons...

Harry Potter and the Cronos Syndrome

The children of the 1990s, the entitled millennials, were quite a privileged generation, and among their many privileges, from being raised with the internet,...

Film Review: Princess Mononoke (1997)

Princess Mononoke (1997) Director: Hayao Miyazaki Writer: Hayao Miyazaki Stars: Yôji Matsuda, Yuriko Ishida, Yûko Tanaka Runtime: 134 mins Reviewer: Kyle Rees   We’ve all heard the yarn, of an agent...
Christina Bevan Once Upon A Time Review

TV Review – Once Upon A Time (5B)

If there’s one thing Horowitz and Kitsis do well it’s have fun with a fairy tale. And 5B has definitely been an enjoyable ride...

Teenagers – The Canadian Skins

Love, life, race and exploration. Teenagers is definitely a web series, that sheds light on themes and issues we can all relate to, and if...

Shadowhunters renewed for a second season

Despite doubts over the quality of Shadowhunters thus far, Freeform announced on the 14th March it would be renewing the show for a second...

Film Review – Denial (2016)

Denial (2016) Director: Mick Jackson Writers: David Hare (screenplay), Deborah Lipstadt (based on the book "History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier"...

TV Review – The Night Manager

The Night Manager Writer: David Farr and John Le Carrè  Original novel: John Le Carrè Director: Susanne Bier Reviewer: Laura Shoebottom When hotel night manager Jonathon Pine discovers one...

Doctor Who To Run Forever?

In the wake of series 9 of Doctor Who, (which begins 19th September on BBC 1) producer, Stephen Moffatt has said that the show will...

Album Review – Melodrama (Lorde)

It's hard to believe that New Zealand born Lorde (real name Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor) is only 20 years old. It's been four years...