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Daisy Edwards

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I have been interning in PR for almost a year, generally focusing on film and entertainment PR. I've studied digital film production for a year at university and have experience in interviewing talent and hosting webcasts. Currently aiming to watch all the pop-culture classics and just be as involved in film and TV as possible. My favourite films include Back To The Future, Pulp Fiction and a lot of people say I'm obsessed with Star Wars.

The Hatton Garden Job Review

Described as the most spectacular British crime of this decade, the Hatton Garden heist surprisingly wasn’t just notorious for the theft of £14m of...

City of Tiny Lights Review

Based on the 2005 novel of the same name, author Patrick Neate brings modern-day noir City of Tiny Lights to the big screen with...

Don’t Knock Twice Review

It has become relatively normal to have low expectations for horror films. They’re the genre that suffers the most from an infamous lack of...

Marvel’s Iron Fist Review

Another day, another piece of the puzzle to add to the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe. Iron Fist joins the likes of Daredevil, Jessica Jones,...

I.T. Review

In a world that’s just seen a third series of technology horror anthology Black Mirror, it’s impossible not to compare thrillers with the same...

Catastrophe Season 3 – What to expect

This month, Flavourmag had the chance to grab a sneak peek at the new series of smash hit, Catastrophe. Premiering back in 2015, February...

TV Review: E4’s Gap Year – Ep 1 and 2

Much like it’s audiences, E4 shows are brimming with teenagers and young adults; those on-screen tending to be of the idiotic, misfit type that get...

We Go On Review

As we become more spoilt with methods of watching films, the act of actually choosing anything to watch is quite unbearable. New streaming service Shudder...

Love of my Life Review

Comedy-dramas are a blend of what’s great about both genres: the performances and story ground a film emotionally and are balanced with humour that...

John Wick Chapter 2 Review

John Wick is the type of action hero that cinema needs and deserves, which was demonstrated superbly in the original John Wick film. John Wick...

Army of One DVD Review

When dealing with a Nicholas-Cage-starring film, there’s a pretty equal chance of it being ingenious or being preposterous. Unfortunately, Army of One sits so solidly...

Loving Review

While Loving is part of the wave of the ‘true stories told on film’ trend we’ve seen lately, its sense of quiet and carefulness...

Paranoid DVD Review

Bill Gallagher’s Paranoid aims to reach higher than the local ‘whodunnit’ of British detective dramas and focuses instead on treachery and deception on a...

T2 Trainspotting Review

A lot of people have waited patiently for the sequel to Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting since last year’s planned release date. The most patient of all...

Sing Review

American animation film production company, Illumination Entertainment, made a name for itself back in 2010 with break-out film, Despicable Me. Since then, it’s profited on...

Captain Fantastic DVD Review

Parenting is one of life’s experiences that no-one can put their finger on how to do ‘the right way’, yet ironically most parents think...

Embrace Review

With the phenomena of social media and the internet at the centre of global culture, it seems crucial that the discussion of body image...

Mechanic: Resurrection DVD Review

Jason Statham films are practically a genre of their own, with the same formula and conventions seeming to reoccur every time he takes the...

Hunt For The Wilderpeople Review

As December approaches, selections of the top film releases of the year begin to surface. Ever since it’s theatrical release, Hunt For The Wilderpeople...

LIFE, ANIMATED Review

Disney as a brand is pretty inescapable and a large majority of us can safely say it’s a big part of our childhood and...

Snowden Review

There have been at least 17 cinematic films from this year that are based on actual real-life events, which doesn’t include Bollywood or TV...

The Weekend Review

Films suffer from a lot of stereotyping, even more so in comedies. As you refine the genre and go from British comedies then focus...

The Astonshingly Catchy Music of Moana

Aside from their ground-breaking animation, Disney are particularly famous for their incredible songs. Astonishingly catchy with genius lyrics, Disney songs are both integral to their...

Billy Connolly High Horse Tour Review

At age 73, famous Scottish comedian Billy Connolly took part in his High Horse Tour, an 11-night stint at the Hammersmith Apollo back in...

EXCLUSIVE: Director Martin Stitt on Love/Me/Do

An intimate tale of love and revenge, LOVE/ME/DO is the first feature of award-winning writer/director Martin Stitt whose shorts have screened in Venice and Sundance as well as being nominated for...

Love/Me/Do Review

An unofficial but commonly agreed upon measure of how good a film is, is if it stays with you after the credits. Do you...

The Wannabe Review

Gangsters and mobsters are the subject of a whole host of classic films throughout cinema. A world far from the average, these crime bosses and...

Cemetery of Splendour DVD Review

It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what the message of Apichatpong Weerasthakul’s Cemetery of Splendour is as the visuals unfold on screen. Set in a hospital...

Birthday Review

Birthdays are generally synonymous with joy, celebration, and high spirits. And while writer and director, Chris King, titled his short film ‘Birthday’, the emotions...

Broken Review

Everyone has those days when they don’t want to get out of bed, dreading the day ahead and it’s arduous tasks. But as a...

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