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Barnaby Walter
Southampton, University of

I’m Barnaby, the Film Editor for The National Student. I am currently studying for an MA in Film & Cultural Management and have a degree in Film Studies & English Literature from The University of Southampton.

As well as writing for The National Student, I was the Film Editor for The Edge, the University of Southampton’s entertainment magazine, for three years. I have also written for the Radio Times and as a film critic for Out On Campus, a student magazine focused on the LGBT community.

I am completely and utterly obsessed with films (and, in this day and age of cinematic television, that includes good TV drama). 

As part of my role with The National Student I love putting together big features rounding up many films titles and expressing my opinions on cinema through my writing.

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It may have attracted scorn from other critics, but there is some joy to be found in this sweet and fantastical tale of love and flying horses

Film Review: A New York Winter's Tale

It may have attracted scorn from other critics, but there is some joy to be found in this sweet and fantastical tale of love and flying horses

We take a look at some of the best movies available right now on the online streaming service.

The Gems of Netflix That You Must Watch Right Now

We take a look at some of the best movies available right now on the online streaming service.

Though very watchable, Blue Jasmine is not an Allen masterpiece.

Blu-ray Review: Blue Jasmine

Though very watchable, Blue Jasmine is not an Allen masterpiece.

The Bridge's explosive second series comes to Blu-ray.

Blu-ray Review: The Bridge: Series 2

The Bridge's explosive second series comes to Blu-ray.

Some may rush to hate the new RoboCop, but give it a chance and you may find it's one of the most enjoyable movies of the year so far.

Film Review: RoboCop

Some may rush to hate the new RoboCop, but give it a chance and you may find it's one of the most enjoyable movies of the year so far.

An absorbing and informative documentary on the influential academic Stuart Hall.

DVD Review: The Stuart Hall Project

An absorbing and informative documentary on the influential academic Stuart Hall.

Not even the talents of Zac Efron can light up this bland and unfunny comedy.

Film Review: That Awkward Moment

Not even the talents of Zac Efron can light up this bland and unfunny comedy.

The Sixth Sense star plans to team up with Shyamalan for drama Labour of Love.

Bruce Willis and M. Night Shyamalan to reunite for upcoming drama

The Sixth Sense star plans to team up with Shyamalan for drama Labour of Love.

The controversial filmmaker took a step back from having a say in the film's campaign.

Lars von Trier's silence led to Nyphomaniac 'orgasm' posters

The controversial filmmaker took a step back from having a say in the film's campaign.

Clio Barnard's latest film is a powerful look at life on the edge on the outskirts of Bradford.

DVD Review: The Selfish Giant

Clio Barnard's latest film is a powerful look at life on the edge on the outskirts of Bradford.

The CIA hero returns in Kenneth Branagh's entertaining new action movie.

Film Review: Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit

The CIA hero returns in Kenneth Branagh's entertaining new action movie.

Kristen Bell impresses in this interesting adult drama.

Film Review: The Lifeguard

Kristen Bell impresses in this interesting adult drama.

We select the 20 best films released over the past 12 months.

The Best Films of 2013

We select the 20 best films released over the past 12 months.

We take a look at the best disc releases this year gave us.

The Best Home Entertainment Releases of 2013

We take a look at the best disc releases this year gave us.

The biggest yawn of the year is this gimmicky 3D film that takes us on a prehistoric adventure with a group of dinosaurs.

Review: Walking with Dinosaurs: The 3D Movie

The biggest yawn of the year is this gimmicky 3D film that takes us on a prehistoric adventure with a group of dinosaurs.

The unexpected journey is becoming an unfathomable bore.

Film Review: The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

The unexpected journey is becoming an unfathomable bore.

Man of Steel is a fantastic film and Warner Bros' Blu-ray perfectly presents its earthy, grainy look in HD

Blu-ray review: Man of Steel

Man of Steel is a fantastic film and Warner Bros' Blu-ray perfectly presents its earthy, grainy look in HD

Though far from perfect, Warner Bros offers up a beautiful Blu-ray boxset that every Hobbit-fan will adore.

Blu-ray review: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey - Extended Edition

Though far from perfect, Warner Bros offers up a beautiful Blu-ray boxset that every Hobbit-fan will adore.

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