Hi, I'm Sneh (think "snake" without the "k"- I'm not snakey though).
I'm a UCL Classics grad working in film PR, and fancy myself a bit of a film critic. I'll leave it up to you to decide whether I'm a good one.
*TNS Film Editor*
Black Panther's Letitia Wright among the stars attending MCM London Comic Con this weekend
Meet the stars of Black Panther, Deadpool 2, The Walking Dead, Arrested Development, and Orange is the new Black.
National Student alumnus Ben Robins' short film is airing on Sky tonight
'Losing It' is an incredibly dark, and kind of silly comedy about a drunken hook-up gone very, very wrong.
TV Review: Atlanta (Season 1, Episodes 3 & 4)
The show plays with audience expectations in a brilliantly refreshing way.
The best haunted house horrors to creep you out this summer
You know the drill -- nice family moves house to suspiciously cheap mansion ...
Hanks for the Memories: Top 10 Tom Hanks Performances
From Forrest to Woody to Saving Private Ryan - Hanks has done it all.
Foreign Film Friday: What do film language stats reveal about trends in cinema?
Guess what film genre includes the most Arabic ... it won't come as a surprise.
TV Review: Atlanta (Season 1, Episodes 1 & 2)
The acclaimed series finally has a home in the UK.
Deadpool 2 review - Ryan Reynolds is a comedy god
If you thought they couldn't beat the tiny hand thing ... boy are you in for a treat.
John Cameron Mitchell explains 'How to Talk to Girls at Parties' and how Parkland is the new punk
''I wanted to make the kind of film that would be my favourite film if I was a teenager.''
How to Talk to Girls at Parties review - punk romance is too alienating to be enjoyable
Oh look, it's a manic-alien-dream-girl. How revolutionary.
10 celeb mother-daughter duos who are the 'Life of the Party'
We wouldn’t mind if we had mothers like these crashing our uni experiences!
TV Review: 3% (Season 2)
Drinking game: take a shot every time Michele betrays someone!
The best films coming to Netflix this May
From Marilyn Monroe to Maya Angelou - May's Netflix additions aren't to be missed.
Foreign Film Friday: The Wound (Inxeba) review - a masterful exploration of masculinity
A visceral and triumphant exploration of culture and sexuality.
Why You Should Watch: 3% on Netflix
YA dystopia as you've never seen it before...
John Trengove and Nakhane Touré talk censorship, queer identity, representation in 'The Wound'
“How many heterosexual stories - kissing in the rain - have we watched?! I’m tired of them.”