By Lucy Mainwaring-Parr. Late Victorian Britain provided a setting for a moral panic surrounding sex…
By Lucy Mainwaring-Parr. Inspired by Café Scientifique, Lucy considers how the simulation hypothesis relates to cinema and the moral dilemmas it raises.
By Lucy Mainwaring-Parr. A review of Prasanna Sellathurai’s new short film ‘Two For One’, shot within St. John’s College.
By Lucy Mainwaring-Parr. Melissa McCarthy’s name, since her standout appearance in the slap-stick comedy Bridesmaids in 2011, has grown synonymous with screwball performances and incredulous plots. But her new serious biopic may be one of the best performances of her career.
By Lucy Mainwaring-Parr. Happiness is an elusive concept, a term used rather flippantly in daily conversations. It is seen as an “adult” goal and perhaps the most inescapable objective. However, as Hector shows, this idea is one to be challenged.
By Lucy Mainwaring-Parr.
This is not your regular historical drama. It’s contorted in every element and cuttingly modern despite its backdrop of the early 18th century.
On the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War, Peter Jackson produces what could be one of the most technologically advanced tributes.
Halloween films are best when they are cult classics; it’s a day meant for suspending your belief in reality, with cartoonish colour palettes and ridiculous CGI taking the screen without the risk of being critiqued too seriously.