Screen Robot: Philosophy & Film – Memento

A wondrous film by Christopher Nolan that explores the possibility of an external mind and raises questions about personal identity. Advertisements

#nomakeupselfie – pointless or productive? There is no doubt that your Facebook and Instagram feeds have been filling up with no make-up selfies in the name of cancer awareness over the last couple of days, and the… Continue reading

Screen Robot: Ten video game characters I’d have round for a dinner party

International Women’s Day – Do We Really Need One?

International Women’s Day – do we really need one anymore? The answer to this question is a resounding yes. A lot of people assume we don’t need an International Women’s Day because women… Continue reading

Interview: The Long Well Walk

Forge Press spoke to The Long Well Walk’s Liam Garcia this week, a.k.a. Sheffield’s altruistic answer to Forrest Gump. He is planning to walk for 18 months solid in order to raise awareness… Continue reading

Forge Press: Twitch plays Pokémon

Twitch plays Pokémon started in February and exploded across the internet, attracting millions of viewers and players. For those unfamiliar with the trend, Twitch plays Pokémon is where countless users can control and play the original Gameboy Pokémon games… Continue reading

Screen Robot: Philosophy & Film – A Nietzschean interpretation of Eternal Sunshine

After studying the film in my third year at university, I decided it was too interesting to keep to myself. (I would strongly recommend reading Troy Jollimore’s original article about this topic)

Screen Robot: The Genius of Matt Berry

A look at why Matt Berry is one of my ultimate comedy heroes

CELLULOID SCREAMS – Review: The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears

Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani are renowned for their crazy giallo-style films that focus on style over substance. The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears is certainly an overwhelming visual shock to the… Continue reading

CELLULOID SCREAMS – Review: Chimères

Chimères is Swiss director Olivier Beguin’s first feature film and takes on the vampire genre from a refreshing new perspective. We meet Alex and Livia, an established couple visiting Romania. After a drunken… Continue reading