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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Review (Spoiler Free!)

After years of anticipation, the Harry Potter spin-off has finally arrived on-screen. It promises even more magic and boasts a stellar cast but does it live up to the hype? 494 more words

Film & TV

Top 10… Films and TV shows starring cats

With the release of A Street Cat Named Bob in cinemas this November, it seemed fitting to continue our monthly ‘Top 10…’ feature showcasing the greatest felines to grace our screens over the years. 569 more words

Film & TV

Movie Review - The Frontier

EXPECTATIONS: A film that succeeds as pure entertainment as well as a fun throwback to classic film noir.

REVIEW: I hate to admit that I do not really know a lot about classical film noir, despite watching many films in the neo-noir genre like Brick, Sin City and of course, Veronica Mars. 729 more words

Review

Top 10... Horror movies (and TV shows)

October is finally here! You know what that means – crisp brown leaves, sweater weather, pumpkin lattes from Starbucks and… Halloween. So what better way to commemorate the spookiest holiday of the year than with a list of some of the scariest films and TV shows of all time. 776 more words

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Album Review: 'Wild World' by Bastille

by Jamie Harris

‘Wild World’ – Bastille’s second studio album – is very experimental, with influences from dance to rock to pop. Everything is very cinematic from the album artwork to the monologues peppered throughout and (occasionally very dark) lyrics. 366 more words

Music

Top 10... Film & TV soundtracks

This summer saw the release of Suicide Squad, which has a killer soundtrack (if you pardon the pun). Therefore it seemed fitting to count down the best soundtracks in film and television as the next instalment in our top 10 feature. 724 more words

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Top 10… car chases

In a new feature for this this year, each month the Film & TV section will be creating lists of our favourite films and film moments with a different theme every time. 837 more words

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