Cloverfield: Paradox Review
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Cloverfield: Paradox Review

Glenn Houlihan - February 7, 2018

Released on Netflix during the late hours of Sunday night, Cloverfield: Paradox was guaranteed a smaller opening night audience than its ship’s crew, as North America recovered…

The Shape of Water Review
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Arts
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The Shape of Water Review

Michael Humphreys - February 4, 2018

With awards season upon us, the cinemas are now stocked with Oscar-bait, real life dramas portraying the pains and struggles of existence. Which begs the question of…

Dark River Review
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Arts
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Dark River Review

Sophie Coppenhall - January 26, 2018

(Content warning: sexual abuse) There is a discernible style of British filmmaking which involves a masterful crafting of an environment which appears at once innocuous and hostile.…

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

Michael Humphreys - January 15, 2018

It’s that time of year again, another instalment has been added to the Star Wars franchise in the form of episode VIII; The last Jedi. So, does…

Justice League Review
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Arts
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Justice League Review

Nathan Archer - December 2, 2017

With all of the dramatic events that occurred throughout Justice League’s production it’s surprising that the film is coherent and very enjoyable. The unfortunate departure of Zack…

“Maybe there is a beast… maybe it’s only us.”  Lord of the Flies Preview
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Film & Theatre
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“Maybe there is a beast… maybe it’s only us.” Lord of the Flies Preview

Alison Collins - September 12, 2017

Published in 1954 and now firmly cemented as one of the nation’s favourite classics, William Golding’s novel about the plight of young schoolboys stranded on a remote…

Film Review 5 Broken Cameras
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Arts
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Film Review 5 Broken Cameras

The Badger - October 26, 2012

Georgia Rigg The Duke of York 21st October “Despair and anger”: these were the resounding emotions left with audience members after the Brighton premier of ‘5 Broken…

Does Oscar gossip distract from genuine interest in films?
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Does Oscar gossip distract from genuine interest in films?

The Badger - February 2, 2012

As award ceremonies go, the Oscars are by far the most prestigious. The first Academy Award ceremony was held in 1929, and it would be difficult to…

Students remain in ‘Wild Card’ Moviefest contest
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Film & Theatre
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Students remain in ‘Wild Card’ Moviefest contest

The Badger - February 2, 2012

Students from Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) have progressed to the next round of the ‘Wild Card’ section of the Campus Moviefest (CMF) film festival. The…

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2012: the year in preview

The Badger - February 2, 2012

After a year which left us in the glorious wake of such films as ‘Black Swan’ and ‘The King’s Speech’, 2012 has a lot to live up…

Sex addiction or an excuse for promiscuity?
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Sex addiction or an excuse for promiscuity?

The Badger - February 2, 2012

The discussion around sex addiction and promiscuity has featured heavily in the media recently, mostly due to the release of Steve McQueen’s latest film ‘Shame’, where Michael…

We need to talk about kevin
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Film & Theatre
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We need to talk about kevin

The Badger - November 21, 2011

The chances are you’ve already heard the premise of ‘We Need to Talk about Kevin’ - it’s the film adaptation of the award winning novel and has…

The Rum Diary released
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Film & Theatre
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The Rum Diary released

The Badger - November 20, 2011

The Rum Diary, so the story goes, was found in manuscript form in the attic of Hunter S. Thompson by Johnny Depp, some 30-odd years after first…

Tyrannosaur film review
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Tyrannosaur film review

The Badger - November 20, 2011

Joseph (Peter Mullan) is leading a chronically violent and self-destructive existence when he meets Hannah (Olivia Colman) a mild-natured catholic charity shop worker with her own secreted…

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Film-makers wanted for Sussex anniversary

The Badger - November 29, 2010

The University of Sussex is looking for five film-makers to produce inspiring films to mark the university’s 50th anniversary. The competition, which opened on 22 November, is…

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Film review: A Town Called Panic

The Badger - November 6, 2010

A Town Called Panic Stéphane Aubier & Vincent Patar France, 2009, 75mins, PG The creators of the legendary Cravendale milk adverts are back with ‘A Town called…

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Film matters: The Tunnel

The Badger - November 6, 2010

Last year, James Cameron’s second golden egg Avatar was hailed as one of the most important films ever made through its use of pre-existing formats and enormous…

Film review: Made in Dagenham
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Film & Theatre
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Film review: Made in Dagenham

The Badger - October 11, 2010

Made in Dagenham Nigel Cole UK, 2010, 113mins, 15 Directed by Nigel Cole (Calendar Girls) and starring Sally Hawkins (Happy Go Lucky), Made in Dagenham is packed…

Rain Man
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News
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Rain Man

The Badger - November 7, 2009

Having finished re-watching the film only an hour before the lights came up, I was doubtful any production of Rain Man would match the iconic film made…

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Seven Pounds

The Badger - January 26, 2009

Review: Seven Pounds, 12a, 123 mins. Director: Gabriele Muccino Starring: Will Smith,Woody Harrelson, Rosario Dawson Seven Pounds is a thought provoking film, though it may not capture…