Mary and the Witch's Flower review - stunning visuals but with little substance
The debut film from Studio Ponoc doesn't quite capture the magic it intends to.
Rampage review - dumb action makes up for bland characters and story
Director Brad Peyton musters up some great, dumb action...but not much else
Tomb Raider review - Alicia Vikander shines in enjoyable adaptation
Lara Croft's return to the big screen proves to be enjoyable enough
Film Review: Downsizing
Alexander Payne's high-concept satire asks us what the world would be like if people could be shrunk down to five inches in height.
Film Review: Justice League
Another directionless entry into an already embarrassing franchise.
Creepy Countdown: Film Review: Jigsaw
After seven years away, the sadistic horror franchise just about manages to put the pieces back together.
Creepy Countdown: Violence, Virgins and Big Narstie - An interview with Double Date's Benjamin Barfoot
The director talks to The National Student about the inspirations for and the making of his debut feature.
Film Review: Kingsman: The Golden Circle
Lack of focus both on its characters and story at times means that the film doesn’t quite live up to expectations.
A neo-noir masterpiece: L.A Confidential turns twenty
A look back at Curtis Hanson's wonderfully ageing film.
'It plays on the obsession people have with cats' - An interview with 3rd Night director, Adam Graveley
The director talks to The National Student about his new horror.
Film Review: Double Date @ FrightFest 2017
A fun horror-comedy with some great performances.
Film Review: 3rd Night @ FrightFest 2017
A tensionless drag that fails to impress.
Film Review: The Glass Coffin @ Frightfest 2017
A claustrophobic horror that looks great, but lacks substance.
Meet the student looking to start a naturist society at the University of London
It would be the first society of its kind in the UK.
Film Review: Return of the Living Dead 3 @ FrightFest 2017
We take a look back at a cult classic screening in the retro section of this year's horror festival.
Film Review: Logan Lucky
Steven Soderbergh's return to feature film is a great success
Why Raging Bull is Robert De Niro's greatest performance
The actor's portrayal of boxer Jake La Motta remains his finest on-screen role.