A Japanese business man is slowly consumed by machinery in this cerebral, fast paced horror staple
Is it entirely fair to have Kumail Nanjiani’s Kingo in Eternals as the first south-asian superhero in the MCU?
A magical realist drama exploring an array of different themes from parenthood to unfulfilled love. The film creates an air of enchanting mystery.
Our International film series brings an insight into the French New Wave movement, the auteurs who founded it and it’s defining characteristics
Mila Filipova reviews My Favourite War as a part of the Manchester Animation Festival, held at HOME
Through the lens of body horror, Julia Ducouranu’s 2016 film ‘Raw’ goes against the classic ‘coming of age’ story, exploring the harrowing realities of female puberty.
Revisiting our favourite golden oldies, this time a spine chilling sci-fi horror which has gained a cult following since it’s original release
Despite the growing prominence of spiking, film and TV seem to address the issue all too infrequently. Here’s why!
Spencer is a messy, spoon-fed affront to intellect that feverishly meanders its way through its almost 2 hour runtime
The most recent entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Eternals epitomises everything that is bad, standardised, and dull about the MCU
Pip Carew reviews the diverse selection of shorts on display on Mixtape Side B at the Manchester Animation Festival
To mark 40 years of Postman Pat, some of the original sets and props are set to go on display for the first time in Greater Manchester
Our International Cinema series delves into the impact of foreign language in the mainstream, with an increase in popularity of subtitled TV and film
Last month marked the 50th anniversary of Peter Bogdanovich’s The Last Picture Show, a coming-of-age drama set in a small Texan town
Stylish and comedic, the new black Western The Harder They Fall combines its diverse soundtrack with gun fighting thrills and horse chasing adventure
Tom Wrinch-Smith ranks Edgar Wright exploring his favourites and least favourites films from the director
Set in vibrant 1920s New York, Rebecca Hall’s debut feature is a unique commentary on racial identity, jealousy, and finding one’s community