What does it feel like to think that you don’t belong? It can be isolating, confusing and above all else frightening. Most people face this problem at least once in their adolescence, and a key […]
In anticipation of the release of Avengers: Endgame on Thursday, Phoebe Walker analyses the main trailer for the film.
The producers of Rocketman, the upcoming biopic about Elton John, are under pressure to cut a 40 second shot of Elton John (Taron Egerton) with his lover and manager, John Reid (Richard Madden). A report from […]
To say that DC Filmshave had a troubling few years trying to build their cinematic universe would be an understatement. From the dismally dark and boring Batman V Superman to the overwhelmingly cringe-inducing Suicide Squad, […]
Like most of our generation, I came of age during Marvel’s rise from the stuff of niche comic book fanatics to a mainstream blockbuster phenomenon. A quick Wikipedia search showed that the Marvel machine have […]
Vincent Van Gogh has become perhaps the most cinematically invented and re-invented of artists since red-haired Kirk Douglas embodied the passionate, tortured genius in 1956’s Lust for Life. The dramatization Van Gogh’s later years, his […]
Ben is Back tells the heartbreaking story of a family battling through the ups and downs of a drug dependent son/brother whose untimely return wreaks havoc on family life.
27 years after the release of his debut Reservoir Dogs, the trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, has been released. Toni Stephenson gives a round-up of what we know about it so far.
The film, directed by and co-written by Ali Abbasi, follows the life of Tina, who thinks she is all alone in the world because of a ‘chromosome deformity’. She is a well-respected member of Swedish […]