Tag Archives: movie

Get Your Head in the Game!

Wanderers, I have a confession to make. I am a fan. Okay, you probably guessed that already. But I have a tendency to fan so hard that being in more than a few fandoms is just exhausting. It’s all or … Continue reading

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I Walked With You Once Upon a Dream: Maleficent

There’s been a thing about live action fairy tales in recent years. Not a big thing, not particularly anyway, but a small thing. It’s a presence, really, just something that you’ll occasionally notice and go ‘huh, fancy that.’ There’s a … Continue reading

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Be Excellent to Each Other: Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure

In general with sci-fi, it is often the case that each piece of media will have it’s own set of strict rules that must be followed; particularly when it comes to the case of time travel. Now, there are many, … Continue reading

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Twitterpated: Bambi

You know, sometimes it’s hard to write a GUST article, especially when you realise that we keep coming back to that one big company ruled over by a giant talking mouse. It’s not that we can’t find things from other … Continue reading

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A Whisper Among Friends: The Winter Soldier

When the opportunity arose for me to go and watch the latest Marvel offering Captain America: The Winter Soldier, I leapt at the chance. Although each film from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is technically a stand-alone piece, each fits … Continue reading

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Carpe Diem: Dead Poets Society

Wanderers, we return with a review of a classic film: Dead Poets Society. Made in 1989, directed by Peter Weir, and starring Robin Williams in an early role, the film epitomises and caricatures the upper-class end of the 1950’s American … Continue reading

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You Sure Know a Lot About Monsters

Wanderers, I’m very picky when it comes to what type of horror I will partake in. I don’t really know if there is a reason behind this, other than I find horror to be a very wide genre, and that … Continue reading

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Avengers Assemble: The Avengers

Superhero movies are very much a Thing. I know, you didn’t need telling this, but I thought the statement was an important one to start this article off with. Considering that the last time there was a superhero movie boom, … Continue reading

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Button Eyes: Coraline

 Hello Wanderers, and welcome to your once-an-issue, fortnightly GUST review, in which we take a look at media which is meant for a younger age group, and try to say whether, in our judgement, we think grown ups should check … Continue reading

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Sometimes You Have To Be A Little Bit Naughty

It’s been another one of those fortnights here at FW. We’ve all had many ideas for many things, but interestingly not one of us had an idea for a GUST. Something that is very odd, because we all adore writing … Continue reading

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