Review: Frank

The weird and wonderful events of director Lenny Abrahamson’s Frank begin with the fatal consumption of a ham and cheese panini, and a prophetic tweet: #livingthedream. Young, disillusioned, nine-to-five office worker Jon (Domhnall Gleeson) finds himself suddenly living his dream after spotting a disgruntled member of the band ‘Soronpfrbs’ trying to take his own life. […]

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Review: Game of Thrones ‘The Lion and the Rose’

Warning: This article contains spoilers. For anyone who hasn’t seen the newest episode of Game of Thrones (not sure why you would click on the review if you hadn’t), here’s a picture of a porpoise looking super chilled:     Okay? And so, after three seasons of every single viewer’s collected fury, spite, anger and […]

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Out of this world on the streets of Glasgow: Under the Skin

It’s rare for a film featuring one of Hollywood’s surest-fire A-listers to feature in equal measure the varying locales of Scotland’s own Glasgow. But, in Under The Skin, director Jonathan Glazer indeed marries a chilled Scarlett Johansson with murky Glaswegian locations to produce what is a mesmeric and disturbing science fiction feature. Johansson plays an […]

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