Writer Maia Penny delves into the new trends shown in the new Gossip Girl reboot. From tote bags to pleated skirts, we’ve got you covered.
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Drawing on Colombian folklore, Tarumama is a surreal and at times poignant horror drama about a feuding family
Horrifically bloody and gloriously violent, The Sadness revels in its apocalyptic setting and strangely relevant premise
Lucy Abbott explores the history of black female punk musicians and their underrepresentation in the mainstream
Max Earnshaw discusses ‘climate anxiety’ and investigates whether politicians attending Cop26 are doing good on their promises to make a genuine effort to improve the climate crisis situation
A former priest gets caught in a nightmarish battle with a cosmic being after the tragic death of his daughter
Review of French director Vanya Peirani Vignes’ tense and provocative debut feature Blast.
Halloween Kills delivers thrills and gore but falls short on anything resembling an interesting plot
The Beta Test is a bloated and crude social commentary
Night Drive is a tonally inconsistent, funny but largely empty dark comedy
The Pizzagate Massacre is an uncomfortable and unpleasant disappointment
Kevin reviews synthpop duo Magdalena Bay’s first full-length album, Mercurial World—a modern masterpiece that amalgamates well-known genre characteristics into one impressive, fun, and cohesive package.
Campaign group Resist Rape culture have conducted a report into sexual violence on campus from May to July 2021
Midnight narrates a tense chase through the cramped streets of Seoul
Combining social commentary and gory horror, The Night Belongs to the Monsters is a chilling horror that is entertaining and perfect for casual viewing.