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The Limehouse Golem

Let us begin, my friends, at the end: Londoners are still baying for blood and thus the show is not over. The horrific series of murders which fill this grand…

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast: an animated Disney classic remade and modified to tell perhaps a more developed version of a tale as old as time. The Belle (Emma Watson) we…

Patriot’s Day

At 2:49pm on 15 April 2013, two homemade bombs went off 12 seconds and 210 yards apart at the finishing line of the annual Boston Marathon. Three were killed and…

Gold

Gold is a film which depicts the human hunger for unparalleled, near-impossible opportunities, which are perhaps too good to be true. It is based on the true events of the…

Jackie

Jackie is a film about a story which we all think we already know: raised on the tales of the Kennedys as if they were the same as Camelot. The…

The Case of Casey Affleck: Can and Should Art be Separated from the Artist?

Content warning: sexual assault Is it possible to judge a work as independent or as a separate entity from its creator, especially when the artist has behaved in an unforgivable…

The Light Between Oceans

The Light Between Oceans is heart-breaking in its depiction of love, family and loss. It opens with the blissful encounter between the war-wearied Tom Sherbourne (Michael Fassbender) and the sparkling…

Starfish

Starfish is the story of a man ripped apart inside and out who, like a starfish, grows back that which he has lost. The film begins, with a stay at…