Freshers Week on NSR

Tune into NSR during Freshers Week for all the latest updates.




Album Review: Lee Fields – Emma Jean

  Praise the Lord, for soul music is back. Could this be the result of NSR’s highly successful show ‘The Funk & Soul Revue’? Probably not. Could it be the result of a re-discovery of the soul and R&B (in the proper sense of the term, that is, Rhythm &…


Film Review: X-Men: Days of Future Past (12A)

Bryan Singer clearly enjoys a challenge.  X-Men: Days of Future Past employs not only a time-travel narrative with resultant logical paradoxes, but also features a legion of characters, some of whom are played by two different actors. It truly is a testament to Singer’s skills that this makes any sense…


Film Review Godzilla (12A)

Who would win in a fight, a giant lizard monster or Breaking Bad’s Heisenberg? A tough one to call, but Gareth Edwards seems to be the right man to find out. His debut film, Monsters, was made on a shoestring budget, with all of the visual effects done by Edwards…


Film Review: The Two Faces of January (12A)

Despite the wintry title, The Two Faces of January offers sun-kissed, ouzo-soaked vistas of 1960s Greece. Unfortunately for those in need of a relaxing optical holiday, this film is an anxious, claustrophobic thriller full of deceit, jealousy and barely contained rage. The dual-faced Greek god Janus, for whom the month…


Film Review: The Wind Rises Review (PG)

There has been no more illustrious a career in film than that of Hayao Miyazaki. For decades, his animations have each become treasured gems that appeal to children and adults in equal measure. The Wind Rises (reportedly his final film) is something of a stylistic departure for Miyazaki, as it…


Win a signed THUMPERS Album and T-Shirt!

London’s finest alternative pop-rock duo THUMPERS released their fantastic debut album Galore earlier this year and are currently undertaking a UK tour. To mark the occasion we have a signed copy of the album and a free t-shirt to give away! To be in with a chance to win, all…