Film & TV

What are Fanedit Films?

Thought The Hobbit films were too long? You’re in luck as Peter Jackson has inspired a fresh wave of fan

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Review: Into the Woods

Once upon a time, there was a boy who had to sell his cow at the marketplace. There was also

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Fifty Shades of Grey to Sell Out on Valentines Day?

With Valentine’s day just next month a lot of women have set their hearts to seeing fifty shades of grey.

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Review: Ex Machina

In November 2002, Alex Garland wrote the script for a British post-apocalyptic horror film called 28 Days Later. The film

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Beyond Clueless.

Prom nights, jocks, bullies, repression, virginity, makeovers and masturbation are all explored and evaluated brilliantly in Charlie Lyne’s debut feature

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Review : American Sniper

American Sniper is the latest film from veteran director/actor/chair whisperer Clint Eastwood and stars Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller. The film

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Review: Whiplash

I entered the preview screening of Whiplash with the news of the Oscar nominees fresh in my mind. I’d heard

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Review: Foxcatcher

Foxcatcher, directed by Bennet Miller, has been getting a lot of publicity recently, due to the grim events that inspired

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News: Golden Globes 2015 round-up

The Television and Film awards season is once again upon us and last night saw the winners of the 72nd

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Review: Birdman

Director Alejandro Iñárritu (21 Grams, Babel, Biutiful) brings us ‘Birdman’ or “The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance” in what proves to

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