It’s Christmas! So here’s a review of Jesus Christ’s favourite confectionery, the decidedly not-humble Toblerone chocolate bar/medieval weapon.
Monthly Archives: December, 2014
Gorilla takes a look at that most festive of franchises, Home Alone, and counts down the Top Five traps Kevin ever set! Keep the change, ya filthy animal!
The Male Gaze is the theory, proposed by Laura Mulvey, that Hollywood perpetrates an objectification of women through the filming and viewing of women.
Jeremy Osbern reveals what to expect when entering your first film festival, from tentative submission to the inevitable fraternising with the stars
By the Light of Day (Alla Luce del Sole), staring Italian great Luca Zingaretti, tells the story of priest trying to set his parish on a righteous path, away from the mafia.
In part 2 of our essential review, we try some of the country’s most popular pies and reveal the best mince pies of 2014.
In part 1 we proved that Smaug is not the villain but the hero of The Hobbit. In part 2 we reveal the dark force that really controls events in The Hobbit.
As the final part of The Hobbit trilogy is released, we look at the looming economic problems of middle-earth and question; who’s really behind it all?
Review of Guy Pooles’ short film about a girl entranced by a beam of light, and the loss of innocence her encounter portends.