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Political parties clash in Teviot debate

SNP, Labour, Conservatives, Liberal Democrats and Greens clashed in Teviot Debating Hall last night (30 March) during the Politics and International Relations (PIR) Society’s General Election Debate. The event, which…

Films for April

Well folks, it’s almost that time of year again. The dreaded day that sets April as a month full of “fun” and “jocularity”, a day where everyone on the internet…

The Face of An Angel

Inspired by the infamous 2007 murder of English student Meredith Kercher and the conviction of her housemate Amanda Knox, The Face of An Angel attempts to explore why people are…

Get Hard

Will Ferrell’s latest comedy Get Hard has once again sparked controversy in the States as the humour collides with some dodgy stereotypes regarding race, gender and sexual orientation. The theme…

Cinderella

Recently Hollywood has been obsessed with fairy tale spin offs; from Snow White and the Huntsman to Jack the Giant Slayer. The tale of Cinderella is no exception, being reinterpreted…

Seventh Son

The 102 minute waste of time that is Seventh Son is loosely based on the first book in The Wardstone Chronicles by Joseph Delaney, The Spook’s Apprentice. However, with the…

The Voices

Tip if you’re planning on watching The Voices: you cannot have a weak stomach. The dark comedy is helmed by Ryan Reynolds as Jerry, a mentally-ill man who develops a…

Bafta Shorts 2015: The Verdict

Last Wednesday and Thursday, Filmhouse held two special screenings of a collection of Bafta nominated short-films, packed within a feature film time slot. Having for the last few years received…