Lauryn Berry shares her views on ‘The Prom’, Netflix’s adaptation of the hit Broadway musical starring Meryl Streep, James Corden and Nicole Kidman
‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ featuring great performances by Chadwick Boseman and Viola Davis is a powerful exploration of artistry, race, inequality and the American dream
Wondering what you should watch this Christmas? Check out the list of our favourite festive films
After a period away from the big screen, Fincher returns with a rich and thoughtful account of the career of Citizen Kane writer Herman J. Mankiewicz in Mank
Netflix’s limited series follows a chess genius at work, telling the story of addiction and loss in 1960s United States
Another Round is an excellently crafted piece of work, amusing and fun at times but sincere and serene at its core.
Aunty Donna’s hilarious Aussie mayhem perfectly manages to stay on just the right side of pure insanity
With an abundance of films glorifying war or depicting its experience in a distorted way, accurate portraying war in cinema is more important than ever before
Looking for perfect horror films for your Halloween film marathon? Check out our favourites and pick something spooky for yourself
With high expectations after the previous Wonder Woman film and being the only superhero movie of 2020, did WW1984 prove itself to be as good as we wanted?
Quirky, innovative, and always moving, Pixar’s Theatrical Shorts are ranked amongst each other in our top 10 list
Contributor Lucas Rohan covers ‘Crock of Gold’ a few rounds with Shane MacGowan. Covering the Pogues, London’s punk scene and more. Touching on MacGowans Irish heritage through his life.
Revisiting the cult classic ‘Withnail and I’ during lockdown provides a much needed moment of escapism and humour
Even though it has two iconic actresses at the centre, Hillbilly Elegy is unable to engage with the big ideas at its centre due to dull writing and bad characterisation
In the second edition of our International Cinema feature we take a look at our favourite Asian films
Confused by Christopher Nolan’s Tenet? Blake Crompton explores the scientific theories behind this mind twisting action thriller.
Outrageous, thought-provoking, and politically charged, Sacha Baron Cohen’s ‘Borat’ sequel has big swings but few hits