Tom Bruce reviews the authenticity of various on-screen representations of journalist Hunter S. Thompson, comparing them with the books and with the man himself
If you’re going to BYOB to Phetpailin, why not make the same cocktail as Tom Bruce?
Presented by the Official (poor) Judgement Panel of the Alc-ademy Awards.
Tom Bruce was highly entertained by the screen-to-stage adaptation of Hitchcock’s The Lodger
Tom talks blood, bureaucracy, flesh and classifications: how the BBFC has affected movies from Psycho to Philomena, Cannibal Holocaust to A Clockwork Orange
According to Tom Bruce, the 1987 ‘Robocop’ was in no need of a re-boot
Tom Bruce reviews this powerful documentary that should be on everyone’s watch list
Our good nation weathered quite a storm a fortnight ago, but it’s not over yet. Get ready to batten down the proverbial hatches once more because this list features some of the worst weather ever seen on the silver screen. 5. The Day After Tomorrow (2004) One of the more believable and well-acted disaster […]
Halls 2 Home is a project which aims to support students in their transition from halls to private accommodation. It was created by Manchester Student Homes and works in partnership with the university’s Pastoral Care Team, involving a programme of awarenesseampaigns, events and resource documents which aim to improve student integration in off-campus areas
Confused film reviewer Tom Bruce grapples with the existentialism of Birdman
Tom Bruce awards David Ayer’s Call of Duty with a Medal of Honour
Tom Bruce implores us to discover Cops
Tom Bruce previews the much-anticipated ‘Godzilla’ movie
For Tom Bruce, ‘Rush’ was somewhat of a cinematic false-start
Hard living safe cracker Dom Hemingway (Law) is set loose in London after a 12 year prison sentence. Pairing up with best friend Dickie (Grant), Dom seeks out financial reward for his loyalty to underworld boss Mr. Fontaine (Bichir). ‘’Crazy night, last night. Dickie lost a glove and everything.’’ Jude Law spent a summer […]
Tom charts the fall from grace of some of Hollywood’s greats to the pits of the advertising world