Scarborough local Seamus O’Hanlon reviews the chilling and poignant ‘Saint Maud’.
Ishwari Yardi reviews Netflix’s latest horror film ‘His House’, a film that tackles poignant themes of asylum seeking and settling in to a new home.
The main thing is; it’s funny and it confirms that contemporary American society is absurd. The plot doesn’t really matter. The hammed attempts of tear-jerking moments don’t really matter. What matters is that Borat has […]
Sophia Walmsley reviews the latest Christmas rom-com to grace our Netflix accounts.
With a near 100% positive audience and critic response on Rotten Tomatoes, it’s no wonder that Studio Ghibli’s “Spirited Away” has made its name as one of the best anime films out there. Studio Ghibli […]
Marjolaine Marsile looks at why you might be finding it hard to concentrate after coming out of lockdown and what this means for our watching habits.
Mia Fulford reviews Netflix’s latest film adaptation ‘Rebecca’.
Neive McCarthy takes us back to a time where we would sit in cinemas, next to strangers, without masks on…practically unimaginable nowadays. Even though we miss going to the cinema and having our pick of the bunch, streaming services and at-home premiers remind us that it’s not all that bad!
Maryam Jameela unpacks the prejudice behind the government’s latest Arts Funding programme and what it means for the future of our culture.
Writer and Arts and Culture print editor Owen Frost investigates the recent decision from Cineworld to temporarily close their cinemas, after the postponement of No Time To Die’s date of release. The decision to close has affected over 37,000 globally.
Arts and Culture writer Marjolaine Marsile details important historical figures in both Black History and Black Art. Joséphine Baker The incredible ‘J’ai deux amours, mon pays et Paris‘ was sung by an African-American French woman […]
This film feels like a compilation of several independently shot stories that make no coherent sense as one film. It’s through a dysfunctional and disorientating timeline, jumping from storyline to storyline with little linkage, rushing […]