Category Archives: Film

Game of Thrones Season 4 Trailer: ‘Things are a little tense at the moment’

After a rather dull third season, (aside from one of the most awkward family meals known to man) Game of Thrones is back. HBO has released the first trailer for the highly anticipated fourth season, set to hit our screens … Continue reading

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The Simpsons gets the Studio Ghibli treatment

It looks like two of my all time favourite animations are coming together this Sunday in a very special episode of The Simpsons. Referencing such classic films as Spirited Away, My Neighbour Totoro and Howl’s Moving Castle. The most recent iterations of The Simpsons … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Django Unchained

Attracting a whirlwind of controversy on its way, Django Unchained hits UK cinemas this week. Tarantino returns after a three year hiatus, bringing his trademark mixture of sharp wit and gut-wrenching violence to the spaghetti Western genre. This is a … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Gangster Squad

Upon first viewing the trailer for Gangster Squad, it was hard to keep up with the array of big stars involved. Sean Penn, Josh Brolin, Emma Stone and the now somewhat infamous Ryan Gosling. I must admit, I was dubious … Continue reading

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Lord of the Rings Demographics Visualised

Having just finished reading ‘The Hobbit’ ahead of it’s theatrical release this Christmas, I’ve become slightly obsessed with the world of Tolkein. Published by Emil Johansson earlier this year, the LotR Project has attracted fevered interest. Gaining praise from casual … Continue reading

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I’m a big fan of this Tumblr by Christopher Moloney called FILMography. He appears to have painstakingly picked out locations in New York which appear in his favourite movies. He then returns with a camera and a photograph of a shot … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Skyfall

Never before has a James Bond film attracted so much hype. Skyfall nearly didn’t happen. With Ian Fleming’s back catalogue quickly running dry and MGM experiencing serious financial problems it seemed we had seen the end of 007. However, with … Continue reading

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