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Review: Rick and Morty Season 5

This article was originally submitted on the 4th April If you know me, or have been in my flat, you’ll know how much I love Rick and Morty. Yes, I have the pickle Rick bucket hat, a poster, and even a Snuffles/Snowball toy. So, you can imagine my delight when the latest season dropped on […]

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Two-Pound Tuesdays at the Edinburgh Filmhouse!

This article was originally submitted on the 5th April Calling all film fanatic students! Living in Edinburgh, a fantastic cultural centre, we have a great selection of cinemas to get our latest dose of Marvel, arthouse, foreign and many more. However, we do have budgets to live off and sometimes going to the cinema can […]

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Francis and The Godfather- Should Hollywood stop making films about itself?

Hollywood has a long history about making movies about itself and of the magic of cinema. We can look as far back as the first A Star is Born in 1937 to see how cinema has had an underlying interest in itself and the celebrities it creates. The fact that A Star is Born has […]

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Tarantino’s ten movie limit

If anyone asked me what my guiltiest pleasure was, I would have to say Tarantino movies. Being fully aware of the controversial notoriety of both the films and Tarantino himself, I do hesitate to admit my love of these movies, now regarded on TikTok as red flags of a pretentious “film bro”.  It was only […]

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2010s youtubers: where are they now?

Lately, we see shopping hauls, daily routines, vlogs, life hacks and makeup hacks condensed into a few minutes on TikTok. Back in the day, all this was found on YouTube. A place where millennials were rife, and videos could be over 10 minutes long! I had forgotten about these Youtubers that I had grown up […]

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Lifestyle

The pill: past and present

2021 marks 60 years since the pill was first made available to women in the UK. It is fair to say that the pill has changed our society and women’s place in it, affording us the ability to choose when to start a family, to have control over painful periods, to pursue further education or […]

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Film Reviews

Malcolm and Marie Review- A Stormy Romance

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ The storyline of Malcolm & Marie is simple enough: the titular couple return home after the premier screening of Malcolm’s new film, but all is not well. Here we have a toxic relationship confined to a house in the Hollywood Hills. There’s no escape from the tirades of hate and love. Think Who’s […]

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Wonder Woman 1984 Review- Be Careful What You Wish For

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐ I love superhero movies. However, I must admit I am quite biased, I prefer The Marvel Cinematic Universe to DC. So, as I sat down to watch the second Wonder Woman movie, I was a little sceptical. This iteration is set in 1980’s Washington D.C. The hair is big, and the clothes are […]