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Film Festival Special

The Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival is challenging silver screen stereotypes with brave and bold productions

Cult Column

From apocalyptic zombie movies reminiscent of the devastating destruction of biblical plagues, to copious superhero movies involving a virtuous, honourable male central figure who saves humanity, the scope of religious…

Maps to the Stars

David Cronenberg’s latest ensemble, Maps to the Stars, takes us on a tour into modern day Hollywood where each new character is more psychotic and self-obsessed than the last.

What We Did On Our Holiday

Offering a realistic familial tale whilst retaining an over-arching airy laughter, What We Did On Our Holiday is a refreshing step in the right direction for modern British comedy.

I, Origins

I, origins is laboriously profound for a film with a pun for a title — this profundity mainly being communicated through lengthy close ups of various eyes.

The Equalizer

From the opening Mark Twain quote to the gratuitous bloodshed of the penultimate scenes, The Equalizer ungracefully crushes together two beloved types of Denzel Washington film. Combining the ruthless assassin…

An Age Old Problem

Isn’t it time we saw more of the elderly, and middle-aged portrayed on screen?

Wish I Was Here

Zach Braff, formerly known as the dopey lead from American comedy Scrubs, delves into much deeper, more profound territory in this comedy-drama Wish I Was Here.