REVIEW: The Last Stand

He may be 65, but Arnold Schwarzenegger is far from retiring, and if his performance in The Last Stand is anything to go by, he’ll be on our movie screens for years to come. This terminating action hero kicks, punches and pouts his way through this latest movie blockbuster and delivers an incredible performance – […]

Aiming Higher

The JLS boys have come a long way since the X Factor – and they’re ready to get even bigger! Source’s Laura Donaldson sat down with the band’s JB to talk dream collaborations, the reality TV days and American dreams… Your fourth album Evolution was released in November. How does it compare to the first […]

REVIEW: Django Unchained

Denounced in some quarters as the blood spattered corpse of Hollywood’s adherence to the social contract, lauded in others as a daring attempt to dragoon America’s legacy of slavery back to the public sphere; Quentin Tarantino’s Western epic has proven every bit as provocative as any of his previous projects. However, stripped of the usual […]

Spring Beauty Trends for 2013

While we might have only just finished with our Christmas and New Year celebrations, the world of beauty and fashion is moving quickly into spring as designers begin to showcase their collections for the new season. So how can we skint students afford to rock the make-up the models in Vogue are wearing? Source’s beauty […]

The Best and Worst Comebacks in Music

Destiny’s Child and Justin Timberlake recently announced their return to the bright lights of the music world and we couldn’t be more excited! It’s going to be one heck of a year for comebacks in music, however there is a good possibility not all of them will survive in the current market. With so many […]

Oscar Nominations 2013: The Ones That Got Away

Amidst the bitter cold of these winter evenings, not much is bringing me comfort except my hot water bottle. Writing that sentence was genuinely the first time in my life I have ever felt really old, but anyway. The point is; it’s dark, it’s cold and getting out of bed becomes increasingly more difficult with […]

How To Meet Your New Year’s Resolutions

We’ve all said it before; I’m going to eat more healthily, stop biting my nails and study more. But do any of us actually stick to our new year’s resolutions? When you set yourself a resolution make sure it’s firstly doable, and secondly, realistic. To give you a bit of inspiration, we wondered what the […]

We’re all mad diarists…

Research by E4 reveals personal pen-and-paper diaries more popular than ever as teens take comfort in private journals over social networking sites Research conducted by E4 to tie in with brand new British 90’s-set series My Mad Fat Diary, based on the real-life teenage diaries of Rae Earl – starting Monday 14th January, 10pm 83% of […]

REVIEW: Les Misérables

Famously trashed by critics when it first appeared on the stage in 1985, the film version of Les Misérables has arrived. However, loosely based on Victor Hugo’s immense novel set among the poor in 19th century France, the production has thrived ever since. It now stands as the longest- running musical in the West End […]