The Great Gatsby: When Anachronism Works.

Miles McCormack, Correspondent (Film)   Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby is an unforgettable interpretation of the great American classic, but the reasons for remembering Gatsby may be...

Tom Hanks all set to dabble in the book publishing industry

No, it is not some clichéd account of his trials and tribulations as an actor and the roadblocks he has had to overcome to...

Possible theories of famously confusing movies

THE LOBSTER (2015) The Lobster forces the viewer to understand the plot as it is progressing and the somewhat ambiguous ending, albeit cliché, continues this trend...

Jude Law joins Fantastic Beasts as young Dumbledore

The end of Fantastic Beasts left us with an unexpected revelation, Johnny Depp was Grindelwald! Up until that point I think we all thought...

Luke Cage to Be Back With A Second Season!

Good news for Marvel fans this month as Marvel’s Luke Cage got renewed for season two on Netflix. Yes our favourite bullet proof, everything...

Must-watch Netflix originals

DIVINES Officially released on August 31, Divines tells the story of two teenage girls who seeks power, money and success in the suburbs of Paris....

Homosexuality and the Film Industry: The Secret Gay Life

With Ellen Page coming out of the closet, we look at the relationship between homosexuality and the film industry St. Valentine’s Day saw actress Ellen...

Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

If you missed the Harry Potter world, it’s okay. J.K. Rowling is back with a completely new adventure! How was it? Did it rekindle...

Frankenweenie – A Boy and His Fairly Undead Dog

Ilinca Nastasia, Editor (Film)   Frankenweenie, Tim Burton's latest creation, follows in the established tradition of grotesque cuteness, a la Corpse Bride and The Nightmare Before Christmas,...

Meryl Streep slams Trump’s anti-migration stances at the Golden Globes

Hollywood actress Meryl Streep, during her acceptance speech of the Golden Globe 2017, approached colleagues in the room to acknowledge their ‘foreign’ heritage. “Hollywood is...