Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Film

Swindon Film Society kick off the New Year with 3 great...

Swindon Film Society go for quality and quantity in January when they will be offering three acclaimed films for...

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Swindon Film Society goes for the feel good factor

As is tradition at The Swindon Film Society, as the year heads to its conclusion they usually show a 'feel...

Bohemian Rhapsody (film review)

Bohemian Rhapsody follows the formation of the band Queen, fronted by enigmatic Freddie Mercury (Rami Malek). Young Freddie finds...

A Star Is Born – Review by Hannah Pooley

A Star Is Born (2018) Starring Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga and Sam Elliott.

Jackson Maine (Bradley Cooper) is a huge rock...

The secret Netflix codes which will unlock the Christmas movie library

The Coca-Cola advert has been spotted on TV which means the countdown to Christmas has officially begun.

If like (some of) us...

Swindon Film Society announces November selections

The Swindon Film Society continue to offer a brilliant selection of movies garnered from across all genres, geography and...

This month’s Film Society picks at The Arts Centre

Swindon Film Society has announced its films for this coming month. As always they have selected two fascinating slices...

Dheepan throws a spotlight on global refugee crisis

Although it has now largely faded from the UK news, the global refugee crisis is far from over, with...

New season at Swindon Film Society

Swindon Film Society's new season is now just a week away and as always, they have an excellent programme...

Christmas

A Bad Moms Christmas Review

When the comedy-Christmas movie isn’t a series of outlandish and non-relatable events (you all know who you are) usually...

Lego

The Lego Ninjago Movie

The Lego franchise has exploded in recent years much like an angry kid putting his foot through the Ghostbusters Fire Station...

Kingsman

Flash Reviews: Kingsman – The Golden Circle, American Assassin & Flatliners

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

When Poppy, a (proper) mental villainess who plots to kill millions from her jungle-based, 50’s diner-lair,...

Mother

Mother! Review

Jenifer Lawrence plays the loving wife to Javier Bardem’s older poet who’s suffering from writer’s block. While Lawrence works...

IT

IT Review

These days even the word “remake” is enough to make one’s eyes roll, especially when it comes to horror....