Catalonia’s referendum doesn’t bode well for either sides of the independence movement
Monthly Archives: November 2017
Do remasters and box sets of old classics offer a solution to the biting disappointment gamers increasingly feel, given the hasty development cycles of modern Triple-A titles?
Picks from the 61st annual festival include a dark psychological thriller, an exploration of manhood in South Africa, and Harry Dean Stanton’s final performance
Music Editor Hannah Brierley speaks to the mega-mind of Fuck Buttons and the talent behind the soundtrack of The Greasy Strangler, Andrew Hung, who’s just released his own solo album
Gemany is divided, and those divisions won’t heal unless the German political establishment engages with the concerns of AfD voters, argues Jake Dunn
Offering a so-called contemporary take on Indian cuisine, Zouk may well be the best Indian I have experienced in Manchester, however the service may well be the worst
A love letter to South Park fans that doesn’t disappoint
I have never been to Tibet, nor do I really know anything about Tibetan culture, aside from the quintessentials: Sherpas, the Dalai Lama, Free Tibet….
The eighth instalment in the Saw series throws audiences into an agonising game of boredom and predictability
Andy Serkis’ debut film is a charming and uplifting real life tale
Director Taika Waititi’s foray into the Marvel Cinematic Universe gives the Asgardian God of Thunder a new lease of life
Music contributor Jack Greeney reviews the first leg of funk band Jamiroquai’s latest arena tour in Manchester