A story that follows the three days leading up to the murder by the Manson family, The Haunting of Sharon Tate fails to deliver the thrills it promises, writes Madeleine Peden
It’s been twenty years since he starred in his own programme and Alan Partridge is finally back the BBC in new six-part series This Time with Alan Partridge.
The current controversy surrounding the now hostless Oscars means the spotlight shining on this year’s nominations is even brighter
Three Identical Strangers is directed by Tim Wardle and tells the story of the initial reunion and multifaceted aftermath of triplets who were unbeknownst to themselves, separated at birth. This documentary had been on my radar for some time and I was pulled in by the promise of the unearthing of a shocking secret. When it came […]
The Manchester Animation Festival 2018 shared animations created in AniJam; a 48-hour animation challenge, based on the theme ‘Together.’
Goosebumps 2 has been released following the success of the first, but doesn’t seem worth the wait.
The BBC successfully introduces Jodie Whittaker as the next regeneration of Doctor Who, finding the right balance for success.
Madeleine Peden reviews The Kindergarten Teacher, part of HOME’s International Women’s Weekender
Maddy Peden talks toxic masculinity, Timothee Chalamet and the positive shift that’s happening within our current canon with Toby MacDonald
A film for women, about women, An Impossible Love is a powerful reminder of the dangers of toxic masculinity
Matthew Ross’ Siberia is like watching his niche but ultimately pubescent fantasy of seducing an eastern European woman in a Siberian café
Madeleine Peden reviews Wildlife, set in a small town in 1960s Montana, Paul Dano’s film adaptation of Richard Ford’s novel depicts the breakdown of the Brinson family