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Review: Beach Rats

An anxious, dream-like story, Eliza Hittman’s tale of male sexuality is a unique depication of LGBT issues

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Album Review: Glassjaw – Material Control

Glassjaw come back with their first album in 15 years, but was it worth the wait?

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Review: Saga by Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples

Review of the epic space drama that has taken the sci-fi world by storm

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Review: Battle of the Sexes

Not exactly the grand slam you would expect in a movie starring Carell and Stone

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Review: Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool

Director Paul McGuilian measures the balance between the serious, the comedic, and the emotional in this tender love story defying stigma and taboo

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Manchester-based artists celebrate the life and work of Leonard Cohen

Held a year after his death at the Art of Tea, in Didsbury, the event was immensely popular

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Review: Félicité

An exceptional portrayal of beautiful people and places within a country facing such harships

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Review: Holes

Martha Pryer reviews Holes, by Tom Basden. Part of the UMDS Autumn Season 2017

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Review: Nioh

Just another Dark Souls clone, or something more?

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Album Review: Converge – The Dusk In Us

It’s been five years since Converge’s last release but despite all that time their ninth album, The Dusk In Us, proves once more why they’re Metalcore kings

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Live Review: Father John Misty

An evening of unique insight and equal humour at the O2, as Father John Misty brings his trademark wisdom to Manchester

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Review: Duckie

Will Vincent reviews Le Gateau Chocolat’s family friendly retelling of The Ugly Duckling