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Trailer Time: “The Riot Club”

The Riot Club: an exclusive male club at Oxford University for the insanely rich and incredibly spoiled. What happens when the people in this club go too far? 129 more words


The Riot Club

Viewed – 25 February 2015  Online-rental

This had potential going by the trailer, so on first sitting down I had high hopes.  The fictional story of an age-old secret club founded at Oxford University (somewhat inspired it seems by the real-life Bullingdon Club), we’re at first introduced to a ‘right ol’ cad’ by the name of Lord Riot, who is caught doing the nasty with some duke or lord’s wife, and is subsequently killed – but his wild and drunken reputation passes into legend and so hence forth the club continues to present day, where ten rebellious over-privileged students must continue the not-so-honourable tradition set forth centuries ago. 258 more words


Watch: The Riot Club - US Release Trailer

Two first-year students at Oxford University join the infamous Riot Club, where reputations can be made or destroyed over the course of a single evening. 98 more words


The Riot Club: Film Review

Director: Lone Scherfig
Starring: Max Irons, Sam Calflin, Douglas Booth, Holliday Grainger, Jessica Brown Findlay, Natalie Dormer
Rating: 3 stars

The Riot Club follows two Oxford University first-year students, Miles Richards (Irons) and Alistair Ryle (Calflin), as they join the exclusive and elusive society known as ‘The Riot Club’ (evocative of the real-life Bullingdon Club). 369 more words


Amazon crowns White Queen

Amazon Prime Instant Video will be the online home to period drama The White Queen in the US.

The subscription VoD platform has acquired the series from distributor Starz Digital Media, following its launch on premium cable channel Starz in 2014. 91 more words


The Game of Life

No matter what anyone says, board games will NEVER go out of style and will never not be fun. Its just simply impossible because with a board game you can do so much more with your imagination and how you want things to go out versus a videogame that has the sequences pretty much all planned out. 187 more words