Matthew Moorey expresses his disagreement with DC‘s latest droppings in the Box Office – whether frequent lack of appreciation for women‘s representation is responsible for this.
Around 40% of domestic violence victims are men but are “feminists” standing up for them? Or have they hijacked the #MeToo movement to shroud their personal vendetta against men? Two explosive audios of Johnny Depp […]
Amid controversy and protests in its home country and buzz on the festival circuit, Sabrina Martins reviews the Georgian queer coming-of-age film Directed by Levan Akin, And Then We Danced tells the story of Merab (Levan […]
Pavandeep Khosa unpacks Daniel Kaluuya’s frustrations and sentiments towards the everpresent need for more racial diversity in TV and cinema.
The lack of diversity in this year’s award season nominations has not been overlooked, receiving criticism from many of the nominated artists themselves, with the hashtag ‘#OscarsSoWhite’ trending on social media. Just a few weeks […]
The Picture House, a staple of Leeds culture for over 100 years is about to hit the road and set up shop across the city, including right here at Leeds University Union.
To call Taylor Swift a megastar is a severe understatement. The 30-year-old has broken records with her singing and songwriting success, a position that most of her fans wish they could be in. However, stardom […]
Sunday night was the Oscars; the crème de la crème of film award shows. Stars flocked to the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles to see the best of an amazing group of films win the […]
When Jennifer Niven released All the Bright Places back in 2015, the novel was an instant hit in the young-adult universe, The Fault in Our Stars level proportions. With Netflix’s recent trend of hit teen […]
The Safdie Brothers crime-thriller Uncut Gems was a labour of love for over 10 years. Penning the original script back in 2009, the sibling filmmakers were unable to get the financial backing they needed to […]
In the upcoming Oscars, two of the nine nominations for Best Picture have been given to Netflix productions, more in fact, than any other production company. Given this, it appears that Netflix has become an […]
It almost feels like an insult to attempt to contain Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite into one genre. Perhaps terming it a thriller would be the aptest classification, for it manages to thrill from start to finish. […]