Golden Oldies: The Five Greatest Films of the 1980s


Golden Oldies: The Five Greatest Films of the 1980s

Interested in watching films outside of this era, but don’t fancy sifting through flops? Emily Bright tells us why the 1980s was the best era for film.
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10 Alternative Films to See Before You Graduate

Watching films is just as much a part of student culture as attending lectures, but with unlimited movies at our fingertips you can be forgiven for not knowing where to start. Luckily, … Continue Reading →


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Keep Calm And Be Original!

Sophie Hand writes about the student poster cliches we are all to familiar with, including super-hero posters, cartoons and the scourge of the ‘Keep Calm…’ phenomenon.
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Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa Review

It seems there is no better way of finding out if your favourite book or television series has a cult following than if it is adapted into a film. At the premier of Alan Partridge: … Continue Reading →


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The World’s End Review

Films made for our generation, I find, often simulate an atmosphere, or a feeling, or even a form that has little to do with cinematic storytelling. Borat, for example, simulated the … Continue Reading →


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Best and worst: Rom-coms

When it comes to films, romantic comedies are in abundance. There are so many that it’s often hard to second-guess the good from the bad. So I’ve compiled a list of my top three … Continue Reading →


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The Best of Tarantino Soundtracks

‘To me, movies and music go hand in hand. When I’m writing a script, one of the first things I do is find the music I’m going to play for the opening sequence’.
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