Filtering Out the ‘Weak’: University of Edinburgh’s Mandatory Interruptions Policy is a slap in the face of student welfare
New policy is the latest evidence of a largely disillusioned and draconian approach to the wellbeing of students.
Obituary: Stan Lee - A Lesson in Making Heroes
The National Student pays tribute to Marvel co-founder Stan Lee, who has died aged 95.
The Big Lebowski at 20: One of the funniest and strangest comedies we have ever seen
Yeah well that’s just, like, your opinion man.
The Predator review - a fun but ultimately disappointing addition to the franchise
Has Shane Black blown the dust off a monster thought consigned to history?
Foreign Film Friday: The Legacy of Godzilla
A brief overview of the classic Japanese monster and how it has left a lasting impact both in Japan and on Hollywood.
Star Wars: Episode IX has announced its cast!
The as yet untitled film is due for release in December 2019.
The Dark Knight a decade on - the superhero movie we both needed and deserved
A decade on from the second instalment of The Dark Knight Trilogy, we take a look at what made it so remarkable.
Long live Godzilla in new King of the Monsters trailer
As the trailer for Godzilla 2 arrives, who are the other monsters making themselves heard?
Five top picks for Edinburgh Fringe 2018
Five returning shows that you shouldn't miss this Fringe.
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: 10 of the best (and worst) CGI animals on film
From Dumbo to just plain dumb.
Lego Movie 2, Bumblebee, Wreck it Ralph 2 and The Nutcracker trailers all land
Its been a busy day for trailer releases. Here we have a quick look at just four of the most recent ones.
A Personal Insight: James Hanton's five films that made him
Javier Bardem, teenage angst and hellfire fury: five films that helped make him the film loving, humanities studying weirdo he is today.
How has Quentin Tarantino’s image been impacted by #TimesUp?
With his career reaching the end, how should we view this controversial filmmaker?
Oscars Countdown: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and the issue of race
Will Martin McDonagh's BAFTA-winning film lose out at the Academy Awards due to being embroiled in controversy?