Category Archives: Entertainment


The 10 Best Albums of 2015

By Diana Lupica Carrie and Lowell – Sufjan Stevens Carrie and Lowell is music for the soul and it will both warm your heart and kill your senses. Titled after Stevens’ parents and clearly an ode to them, this album feels like a gift of

War Horse

War Horse @ New London Theatre

By Simona Georgieva PLACE: New London Theatre RUN TIME: 2 hours and 40 minutes, including a 15­ minute intermission TICKET PRICE: £32   ‘War Horse’ was written by Nick Stafford and based on the successful and best­selling novel by Michael Morpurgo. The show premiered on



By Callum Sharp   Explosive, intellectual, intense. These are just a few words to describe the 2 hour episode of jaw droppingly epic madness that occurred when going to see Sicario.   The story follows Emily Blunt, who is an FBI agent along the border


An Irrational Man

By Rob Henderson   Allen returns with Irrational Man, a film fuelled by philosophy, stylish camerawork and strong performances; but again raises the ageing question around Allen’s adaptability and the diversity of his ‘Woodyville’ narratives.   The last decade has been rewarding for Woody Allen,


A Walk In The Woods

By Callum Sharp We went to A Walk In The Woods at about half past midday on a Tuesday, and all I remember was being out of my element, trying desperately to scrounge for any sense of youth I may have left in me. To


Interview with Paul Finch

Ahead of the release of Paul Finch’s latest novel Hunted, we at the Latitude Lookout got the chance to ask him some questions about his experience as a novelist, and screenwriter over the past twenty years


This years Oscars honoured Eddie Redmayne as Best Actor for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in The Theory Of Everything. Yet critics almost wrote him off after his critically panned role in Jupiter Ascending. Here are some other actors who after winning gold and then seemed to retroactively try and give it back: