FILMSOC BLOG

‘Out Of Blue’ Review

Hassan Sherif critiques Carol Morley's meandering and cosmo-pondering neo-noir.   Carol Morley’s latest venture, Out of Blue, is grounded within the gritty…
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‘A Mother Brings her Son to be Shot’ Review: A Community Still at War?

Manisha Thind reviews Sinéad O’Shea’s first feature documentary on a troubled Northern Ireland community. Bleak, grounded and revealing, Sinéad O’Shea’s…
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‘Dead Line’ Review: The Eerie ‘Inside No. 9’ Live Episode

Alex Dewing reviews the live Halloween special of the BBC dark comedy anthology series. The deliciously dark duo of Reece…
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‘The Front Runner’ Review

Editor KC Wingert reviews Jason Reitman's political and timely biopic on the 1987 Gary Hart scandal.  Director Jason Reitman has…
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Whos, Whats, Whens: A Short Guide to African-American Cinema

Featured image: Malcolm X (1992), dir. Spike Lee This Black History Month, Sam Hamilton takes a look at the timeline…
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London Film Festival: ‘Burning’ Review

It’s festival season! The FilmSoc blog is covering the 62nd BFI London Film Festival (10th – 21st October), diving into…
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PODCAST: Ghosts, Zombies and Hannibal Lecter – A Halloween Special

In our Halloween special, Alex and Joe sat down and chatted all things spooky and horror - from Tim Burton to…
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London Film Festival: ‘They Shall Not Grow Old’ Review

It’s festival season! The FilmSoc blog is covering the 62nd BFI London Film Festival (10th – 21st October), diving into…
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London Film Festival: ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ Review

It’s festival season! The FilmSoc blog is covering the 62nd BFI London Film Festival (10th – 21st October), diving into…
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London Film Festival: ‘The Image Book’ Review

It’s festival season! The FilmSoc blog is covering the 62nd BFI London Film Festival (10th – 21st October), diving into…
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