So it is that time of year again. Students frantically writing essays, doing all-night revision sessions, and camping in The Albert Sloman Library, complete with red bull and other sugary treats in order to get assignments in on time.
But, here at The Rabbit Film, we are here to remind you that term is ending and Christmas is near. The Christmas tree, the fairy lights, the Christmas pudding, the traditional turkey, mince pie, mulled wine and the many quality streets.
The film business has given us some fantastic films this year, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, Cars 2, The Hangover Part II, Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon, Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader and many more.
2011 has been a prolific period in terms of Blockbusters, with many films sagas coming to a close, such as Harry Potter. Many fans across the Globe mourned the loss of the boy wizard, but he is still alive, in DVD form.
2012 promises to be an even better year, with terrifying thrillers such as Daniel Radcliffe (taking on his first adult role) in The Woman in Black, The Amazing Spider-Man, Ice Age: Continental Drift are just a few of the main stream films on offer.
There are also independent films being released in 2012, such as Albatross which stars Felicity Jones and Jessica Brown Findlay, two up and coming actors.
So, from Greg and myself have a very Merry Christmas and a corker of a New Year!
P.S: Enjoy the Christmas film on BBC Three