Video-On-Demand (VOD)

Written By Adam Harcourt. Video on Demand (VOD) is a modern media viewing format, which enables users to stream film and television content from a company’s cloud-based library. Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Go and Hulu are just a few common examples of VOD services. As VOD services grow, gaining dominance over traditional television channels, many... Continue Reading →

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The God Inside My Ear (2018)

“Sometimes we have to remove the grandmother’s skin to find the wolf beneath it” Written by Adam Harcourt. The God Inside My Ear (2018), or TGIME for sake of time, is unlike anything I have ever seen. The film is mind melting journey which has us follow Elizia, a seemingly normal girl, who falls down... Continue Reading →

The Cloverfield Paradox (2018)

Written by Adam Harcourt. Just the other week, Film Studies students were given a lecture on Cloverfield and its mental marketing. For those who don’t know, the build up to the initial movie was kicked off through cryptic clips of a disaster shown in front of the first Transformers film. Then followed by character MySpace... Continue Reading →

The Best Film of 2017 – La La Land

Written by Adam Harcourt. 2017 has been a pretty good year for film. With excellent action movies in the form of John Wick: Chapter 2, dark dramas like Manchester By the Sea, and horror record setters Get Out and It. Also a scattering of inspired independents like Dave Made a Maze graced the silver screen... Continue Reading →

Black Mirror Season 4: A Jaded Jaunt into the Dark Possibilities of a Technologically Obsessed Future. 

Written by Adam Harcourt Screenwipe, Gameswipe, Newswipe. Charlie Brooker is no stranger to technology and its potential negative externalities. But Brooker’s tainted vision of what could be in a technologically advanced world wasn’t truly realised until the production of Black Mirror; a show which chips away at our trust in tech, through showing us the... Continue Reading →

Saw (2004) (Throwback Thoughts)

Wince your way through this claustrophobic, conscientious and cleverly constructed horror trend-setter.   In the early 2000s, horror had begun to fall into a state of repetition, with tent pole companies churning out homogeneous husks of movies, in the form of remakes, such as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) and Thir13en Ghosts (2001). At the time, the genre as a... Continue Reading →

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