January 18, 2020

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I’m going to put it out there: 2019 was a dreadful year for music. With access to technology at an all-time high, music was democratised to an unprecedented extent. In other words anyone, literally anyone – providing they possessed a b...

January 8, 2020

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No one was sure whether the gunshot at the end of season one was fatal, but the cliff-hanger wounded me, if not James. Time had healed the wound of not knowing, but now The End of the F***ing World is back with answers in a further eight epis...

January 3, 2020

With the new decade bearing down on us like an eighteen-wheeler truck, it seemed like the perfect time for Connor Bluemel to make some rash, ill-considered and almost certainly incorrect predictions about the lives of some of the music industry’s most colourful charact...

December 17, 2019

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Every year there are a select number of films that reignite the age-old battle between critics (professional and armchair), and casual viewers. The fact is, that there are always as many different opinions on any given movie as th...

Looking for film recommendations? Emily Webb-Mortimer and Yoan Dzhugdanov spoke to some of Kent Film’s finest to get their top picks.

Mattias Frey

What film would you recommend as essential viewing?

This is one of those things where I can’t choose just one - they’re like...

November 29, 2019

Well folks, we’ve come to the end of another year, and what a year it’s been! With political tension and climate concerns at a high, video games have been a welcome distraction. Some would say 2019 was lacking in good gaming titles; Chris Atkinson is taking the opportu...

From pop idols to indie rock surprises, Sacha Robinson and Connor Bluemel give their rundown of the very best music this year had to offer.


SR: Amidst the sea of indistinguishable fodder that constituted the 2019...

November 28, 2019

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Returning from the cinema, I knew this was going to be a particularly difficult review for me to write.

As much as there is to admire about this film, I have to admit that it failed me as a viewer, and that very failure has left a dramatic...

November 27, 2019

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Is it reasonable to say that a film isn’t very good if it's one of the most terrifying you've ever seen?

It's hard to evaluate a generally mediocre film that gets one key aspect really right, especially when, if we're being honest, it's n...

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