The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper


Facebook Page Mancunion: Film

Photo: Walt Disney Pictures

Preview: This Week at HOME

Queen of Katwe Making its debut as part of the BFI London Film Festival’s Black Stardom incentive, Queen of Katwe received great reception. ...

Photo: Pixabay

Top 5: Halloween films for wimps

5. Casper Starting us off is this 1995 American classic. Casper the friendly ghost is an iconic character knows for his kind disposition ...

Photo: Flickr

Stand by Me

For those of you who have yet to experience the magic of Stand by Me, you really are saving the best until ...

Photo: Walt Disney Pictures

Preview: This Week at HOME

Posted on Oct 24, 2016 1
Photo: Pixabay

Top 5: Halloween films for wimps

Posted on Oct 25, 2016 2
Photo: Flickr

Stand by Me

Posted on Oct 17, 2016 3
Photo: Sundance Institute

Review: Kate Plays Christine

Kate Plays Christine explores the ethics of our fascination with tragedy and death

Photo: SpectreVision

Review: The Greasy Strangler

The Greasy Strangler relies too heavily on contrived plot and crude imagery to succeed as a comedy

Photo: Foxtrot Films

Revolution: New Art for a New World

Margy Kinmoth’s documentary explores the effect and power of art within early 19th Century Russia

Photo: Pixabay

Top 5: Halloween films for wimps

Not a fan of scary films? Here’s how to get in the Halloween spirit

Photo: Grumpy-Puddin @Flickr

Life after Fabric: What’s next for the future of British clubbing?

When it comes to clubbing and drug culture in post-Fabric Britain, many questions have been left without reply. Miranda Bunnis searches for answers

Photo: HBO

TV Catch Up: The Night Of

The Night Of is a compelling study of the judicial system in post 9/11 New York

Photo: Walt Disney Pictures

Preview: This Week at HOME

Our top three picks for films showing at HOME in the upcoming week

Photo:  Sony Pictures Entertainment

Review: Inferno

Given the success of Dan Brown’s novel ‘Inferno’, the book-film adaptation is a disappointment

Photo: Sobras International Pictures

López Holds Nothing Back in his New Film, Sin Filtro

Nicholas Lopez’s Sin Filtro is a wacky rollercoaster of a film with a prominent message

Photo: Wigwam Films

Review: Under The Shadow

Under The Shadow breaks away from the over-used tropes of horror to create a refreshing but terrifying cinematic experience

Louis Theroux outside The Church of Scientology building in LA. Photo: Red Box Films

“Even though they’re not letting me in, I’m going to make a film anyway”

My Scientology Movie brings with it spontaneity, investigation, and wit, alongside the detail of the bizarre underworld of Scientology

Photo: FACT

I, Daniel Blake Preview/ Q&A at HOME

Fifteen minutes before the end of HOME’s special preview screening of I, Daniel Blake, I notice a figure opening the door of Cinema 1. The…