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, […]
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 […]
Isn’t It Romantic sets up the perfect rom-com character in Natalie (Rebel Wilson), someone whose cynical perception of love and lack of self-esteem blind her to her talent and self-worth. However, Isn’t It Romantic director […]
In recent months, Netflix has been pumping out original content faster than a student at 4 am with three essays due the next day. In the midst of all of this new content there have […]
Alien fans don’t catch a lot of breaks with the Alien: Isolation video series as another continuation on this ongoing theme. Recent Alien movies have failed to capture what made the original so great. Even […]
James Kent’s adaptation of Rhidian Brook’s novel, The Aftermath, touches on some of the social issues present after the Second World War. By focusing on Germany, the film presents an original perspective on the effects of the war.
As Victoria Beckham’s new line walked at London Fashion Week, her family sat front row to watch her vision encapsulate the alphabet of modern femininity. With smatterings of leopard print, which we have seen storm […]
Last Thursday played host to the return of the highly anticipated annual Leeds RAG Fashion Show. For this year’s show, fashion editors, Elicka Ghahramani and Christy Bucklow, witnessed a worthy homage to leading artistic movements […]
Netflix’s new eight-episode series Sex Education was released early last month, and it seems to be the teen show we have all been desperately craving. The series follows teenage Otis Milburn (Asa Butterfield) as he […]
Fresh, inspiring, riveting. If I could describe ‘Gully Boy’ (Street Boy) in three words, that’d be it.