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FEATURE - CUT IT OUT, THE ROLE OF THE BBFC

There is an organisation which, whether we are conscious of it or not, effects everyone who watches films either at the cinema or in the comfort of their own home. 668 more words

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Top Ten Sci-fi/Fantasy Conlangs

Constructed languages, or conlangs as they’re called, are a staple in many science fiction and fantasy works. They add a depth to otherwise shallow worlds and a new level of complexity to already deep settings. 972 more words

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A Clockwork Orange: Film Review

This is actually my introductory piece for AS Media class, written last September. Which means that it may be a bit dodgy, sorry ’bout that. I mainly discuss aspects of mise-en-scene and why I believe the film is successful, but I also thought it may be an enjoyable read for any film fan! 798 more words

A Clockwork Orange

A Clockwork Orange: An ultra-violent classic.

This film is certainly one of a kind. I’m not sure if there is another even a small bit like it, which is what makes it so unique. 633 more words

Get Out (Dir. Jordan Peele)

Jordan Peele’s Get Out would not have been green-lit in any year but this one. Had someone described the premise of this film to me a few years ago, I would not have believed them- that not only does this film exist, but that it is a tremendous hit both critically and commercially. 729 more words

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A Clockwork Orange: Timshel! Thou Mayest!

Note: This review will not attempt to avoid spoilers (It’s been 50 years!)

A Clockwork Orange is perhaps best known for being perhaps the most disturbing of Stanley Kubrick’s films. 986 more words

Changes through the Ages #desensitisation in #media and #books

I recently re-read ‘The Turn of the Screw’ and it wasn’t as harrowing a read as it was when I first read it. The wonderful thing about books of this style from the 1800s is that for the time it was exceptionally eerie and likely was frightening. 908 more words