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Film Review – The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

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In this week’s film review I discuss The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1. In all honesty, not exactly what I was expecting, however, still worth a watch in order to piece together what’s happened since the last film and of course know the set up for the final instalment.   Read More »

Film Review – The Imitation Game

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Now this was an interesting watch that Andy and I thoroughly enjoyed. The Imitation Game, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley, is a film based on a true story, which makes it all the more thrilling and emotional to see. An insight into a massive secret that took place during World War II, this film will definitely be an eye-opening experience. Read More »

Film Review – Horns

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Daniel Radcliffe stars in this week’s film review based on the novel by Joe Hill. Ig Perrish (Daniel Radcliffe) wakes up to find horns sprouting for his temples, all while he tries to uncover who murdered his girlfriend. Emotional, tormenting, touching and at times deeply messed up, Horns has you asking WHODUNNIT?? This is what Andy and I thought about the film. ... Read More »

Film Review – Interstellar

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Absolutely brilliant and mind-blowing film in this week’s film review. Interstellar, written and directed by Christopher Nolan who has directed massive blockbusters such as The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises and Inception (and of course Batman Begins which Andy really points out). Great concept, interesting style and great use of music and sound are all aspects that combined create this ... Read More »

Open Day

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Audio from our open day on 15/11/2014 http://studio48514.podomatic.com Read More »

Film Review – The Book of Life

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This week’s film review is all about The Book of Life. Delving into the vibrant and fascinating worlds created beautifully to entertain kids and adults alike, the film bases itself on the Mexican culture regarding the day of the dead. Andy and I explain the various aspects that make this film a definite must see with the kids!     Read More »

Film Review – The Maze Runner

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Well this was an experience that I wasn’t quite ready for. Newly out, The Maze Runner had me on the edge of my seat for pretty much the whole way through. Andy describes it as the “Cube” meets “Labyrinth”. This is what we both thought. Read More »

Film Review – Dracula Untold

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Ah Dracula Untold, a film I have been waiting months to go see, and a film I did not want to end! Was very intrigued and unprepared on what I would experience within this film. Now I had heard many good things regarding this film, yet the rating it got did not reflect this, but do not worry Andy and I find out and ... Read More »

Film Review – Sex Tape

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So this time the film review is about the movie Sex Tape starring Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel. As if this wasn’t awkward enough to talk about my partner in crime Andy decided to time it perfectly to be off ill for it, so unfortunately I had to go solo in this week’s film review. Don’t worry though, Andy gave ... Read More »

Film Review – The Boxtrolls

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Here is our latest film review, this time on The Boxtrolls, a film based on the novel “Here Be Monsters!” by Alan Snow. Mixed feelings about this one, here is what Andy and I had to say. Read More »