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Friday, November 15, 2019

Midsommar—Review

Midsommar opens with soft, folkish music playing over a mosaic depicting a series of disturbing but whimsically rendered tableaus—so far as statements of intent...

Spider-Man: Far From Home – Review

Spider-Man: Far From Home is a consistently entertaining, winningly-acted film that works best when it embraces the quirky and larger-than-life, both in its performances...

A Guide to Visiting the Edinburgh Fringe

While everyone else flees abroad, some of us find ourselves stuck in Scotland over the summer. Perhaps we have a job here or perhaps...

“Yesterday”: A Review

Yesterday is an example of one of the most frustrating types of film: the "good enough" movie you sense has greatness in its reach, but...

‘Years and Years’: A Review

This summer’s TV schedule is full of doom and despair. Chernobyl, The Virtues, Catch-22... and, of course, Love Island. You think we’d try to...

Wealth of Talent on Show at St Andrews Film Festival

As the semester drags on and exam season sets in, St Andrews can start to feel increasingly claustrophobic. The St Andrews Film Festival was...

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?: A Review

Whilst some things are “certainly a flop” Mermaids 'Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' was not one of them. As someone who has been at...

Mark Drama: A Review

It is very rare that a critic is short or even lost for words. Typically, there are faults and flaws to dissect and assess,...

The TV of St Andrews: What students are watching

In a golden age of TV some series bathe in the glow of public and critical adoration, while others of equal quality lay in...

A guide to playing Pokemon Go in St Andrews

Most people remember Pokémon Go for the second-half of summer 2016, when it launched in early July and it seemed as if everyone and...