Category: Film & TV

Passengers wraps sadness, beauty and dread into one cautionary tale

  ‘Passengers’ was featured in the 2007 blacklist for ‘most liked’ unmade screenplays of the year and yes, it is going to be one of those films that’s very contentious. With mixed reviews and a 40 metascore standing, there’s definitely a …

/ 22nd December 2016

Does Moana mark a new age for the Disney Princess?

Disney has released many well-anticipated films this year, however on November 23rd they released what could possibly be the most highly awaited animated film of 2016 – Moana. Here we see the introduction of Disney’s newest princess and she’s nothing...

/ 7th December 2016

Suicide Squad: Is it really the ‘worst of the worst’?

DC and Warner Bro’s Suicide Squad is on track to become one of the most divisive films of the year, with many critics ripping its insides out and leaving no remains. But are the critics right? I want to first …

/ 7th August 2016

DemonTV: Warwick Davis ‘From Leicester To Hollywood’ Interview

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/ 4th July 2016

Four TV Shows with LGBT Characters You Might Not Have Heard Of

In the last few years, LGBT representation on TV has improved significantly. There are more gay storylines in British soaps, stateside Smithers from The Simpsons is now out and proud, and on Netflix, Laverne Cox and Ruby Rose have been...

/ 24th June 2016

RuPaul is Racing into the Mainstream

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/ 18th June 2016

Is X-Men: Apocalypse better than Deadpool?

[A COUPLE OF SPOILERS AHEAD] X-Men: Apocalypse is perhaps one of the most underrated or disregarded superhero movies of this year, with Batman VS Superman, Civil War and Suicide Squad, X-Men has largely slipped through the cracks. X-Men: …

/ 23rd May 2016

War of Egos

  Friday 29th April saw the release of Captain America: Civil War, with some eager fans attending the triple run, midnight screening. Civil War is Marvel’s response to DC’s Batman VS Superman, with two superheroes battling it …

/ 30th April 2016

Criminal

[There are quite a few spoilers in this review]   I want to start off this review by saying, if you are heading to watch this movie in the hopes that you’ll get to see nearly 2 hours of Ryan...

/ 18th April 2016

Ten Years – A Hong Kong Highlight

Ten Years, a socio-political selection of five short films that detail the anxiety surrounding Mainland China and it’s administrative rule, has become a surprising hit in Hong Kong over the past couple of months. Each film suggests an event …

/ 1st April 2016