What needs to be done to make a missed night out worthwhile
Combining social commentary and gory horror, The Night Belongs to the Monsters is a chilling horror that is entertaining and perfect for casual viewing.
We can’t ignore the Saudi’s past just because they are investing in Newcastle
Mirabelle Lee and August Maturo star in Slapface and talk to us about their experiences on set
A modern day Edgar Allan Poe novella, The Guest Room is a mysterious and aesthetically gothic thriller
Why is there less diversity in leadership positions in football?
A review of Depot Mayfield’s nine hour long Repercussion Festival, featuring artists DJ Shadow, Soul II Soul, and Jordan Rakei.
Yes, the Conservative Party Conference was a joke – but Tory rule is anything but funny.
Miriam Jarvis considers how My Body Keeps Your Secrets and The Way We Survive explore what trauma leaves behind and the idea of the ‘false self’
Review of French director Vanya Peirani Vignes’ tense and provocative debut feature Blast.
Predictable jump scares and poorly written characters make Foregiveness a troubling and dull watch
Jason Fox reviews D.M Cunningham’s new post pandemic thriller
Inspired by hotel horror flicks like The Shining, Hotel Poseidon is an uncomfortable and surreal exploration of one mans psyche
The 3rd Day is a gruesomely fun watch which relishes its pulpy themes and unapologetic core
Who will emerge victorious from the T20 Cricket World Cup?
How likely is another lockdown this winter? Sasha Braham discusses whether we’ll need to dust off Zoom this Christmas.
Evidence suggests additional doses increase vaccine-induced protection against COVID-19 in vulnerable individuals.