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[Article] – Star Trek: Discovery – The Sci-Fi We Need Right Now

*Thoughts and opinions provided based on the first two episodes of Star Trek: Discovery I was both apprehensive and excited by the prospect of a new Star Trek series, especially one created by Netflix. The Netflix originals hav...

[Article] – Studio Interference: From Best To Worst

Kathleen Kennedy and the people at Lucasfilm have caused a bit of a ruckus recently, with their particularly hands-on approach to the continuation of the Star Wars franchise. Several people have been fired for not aligning with...

[Article] – Cruise Control

Tom Cruise is an actor who continues to work relentlessly with the fearless determination of a man half his age; this approach has seen Cruise become one of the world’s biggest action stars over the course of this century, a dr...

[Article] – From Psycho to Mother: The Films that Polarised Audiences

Upon Cloud Atlas’ release in 2012, critics and audiences alike become polarised between those who considered it to be a step forward in artistic development, and those who condemned it as pretentious, overdrawn banality. The To...

[Article] – IT (2017) & Evil Dead II: A Comparison

Last week I saw IT and I loved it. It was my first proper experience of the story, I never saw the original two-part TV movie, and what with the original novel being 1,138 pages long and me being a lazy man, I haven’t read the ...

[Article] – Ten To See At Raindance Film Festival 2017

The 25th Raindance Film Festival (Vue Leicester Square) kicked off with a splash on 20 September with the UK premiere of Oh Lucy, fresh from its screening at the Toronto Film Festival. There is much to enjoy between now and 1 O...