FILMSOC BLOG

‘Tenet’ Review

Maria Cunningham reviews Christopher Nolan's latest mind-bending blockbuster. Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, the first major blockbuster to be released since lockdown,…
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‘I’m Thinking Of Ending Things’ Review

Lydia De Matos reviews Kaufman's latest experimental thriller. A young couple is on their way to the guy’s parents’ house.…
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‘The Good Girls’ (Las Niñas Bien) Review: The rise and ruinous fall of Mexico City’s Glitterati

Tomi Haffety explores the portrayal of the Mexican elite during the 1982 Peso Crisis through Las Niñas Bien Las Niñas…
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FOMI 2020: A Journey in AdULTHOOD, London Film Locations

FOMI director, Alex Dewing, takes us through some of the filming locations of British Drama AdULTHOOD. This article was written…
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FOMI 2020: 28 Days Later: Lust, London, and Life after Lockdown

Dan Jacobson looks at what Danny Boyle's vision of the apocalypse has us believe about London and lockdown. This article…
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Sundance 2020: ‘Jumbo’ Review

Pihla Pekkarinen reviews Zoé Wittock’s debut, as part of FilmSoc's coverage of Sundance Film Festival 2020.  Jumbo is about desire,…
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Sweet Escape: What to Watch During Lockdown

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, governments all over the world – including the UK – have urged those who…
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Shaun of the Dead and COVID-19: Zombies, Coronaviruses, and Epidemiological Models

Dan Jacobson demystifies epidemiological models through Edgar Wright's Shaun of the Dead. It was only a matter of time before…
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‘To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You’ Review

Dan Jacobson reviews the sequel to the Netflix smash hit. In the very first scene of To All The Boys:…
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‘Our Little Sister’ Review: (Re)Making Family, (Re)Visiting Home

Tomi Haffety reviews Kore-eda's acclaimed film. After its premiere at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Our Little Sister…
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