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Tom Wilmot
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Hey, I'm Tom, a second year History student at the University of Southampton. I enjoy writing and commenting on anything film related as well as sinking precious hours into that PSVita.
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After seven years away, the sadistic horror franchise just about manages to put the pieces back together.

Creepy Countdown: Film Review: Jigsaw

After seven years away, the sadistic horror franchise just about manages to put the pieces back together.

The director talks to The National Student about the inspirations for and the making of his debut feature.

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.

Lack of focus both on its characters and story at times means that the film doesn’t quite live up to expectations.

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 look back at Curtis Hanson's wonderfully ageing film.

A neo-noir masterpiece: L.A Confidential turns twenty

A look back at Curtis Hanson's wonderfully ageing film.

The director talks to The National Student about his new horror.
A fun horror-comedy with some great performances.

Film Review: Double Date @ FrightFest 2017

A fun horror-comedy with some great performances.

A tensionless drag that fails to impress.

Film Review: 3rd Night @ FrightFest 2017

A tensionless drag that fails to impress.

A claustrophobic horror that looks great, but lacks substance.

Film Review: The Glass Coffin @ Frightfest 2017

A claustrophobic horror that looks great, but lacks substance.

It would be the first society of its kind in the UK.

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.

The film showcases some great young talent.

Film Review: Moon Dogs

The film showcases some great young talent.

We take a look back at a cult classic screening in the retro section of this year's horror festival.

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.

Steven Soderbergh's return to feature film is a great success

Film Review: Logan Lucky

Steven Soderbergh's return to feature film is a great success

The actor's portrayal of boxer Jake La Motta remains his finest on-screen role.

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.

A new course from Shout Out UK could help it become mandatory.

Renewed calls for politics to become part of the school curriculum

A new course from Shout Out UK could help it become mandatory.

Being unsuccessful in an interview and not receiving feedback can severely damage the confidence of younger applicants.

'Fight for Feedback' campaign submits whitepaper to the Department of Work and Pensions

Being unsuccessful in an interview and not receiving feedback can severely damage the confidence of younger applicants.

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To celebrate South Park's 20th anniversary, we take a look at some of Randy Marsh's best (and most controversial) moments. NSFW!

South Park at 20: Randy Marsh's Finest Moments

To celebrate South Park's 20th anniversary, we take a look at some of Randy Marsh's best (and most controversial) moments. NSFW!

Movies you should watch before you see the latest adaptations of The Dark Tower and IT.

Five Stephen King film adaptations you need to see

Movies you should watch before you see the latest adaptations of The Dark Tower and IT.

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