Review: Disney 100 – The Concert
Disney 100: The Concert, hosted by Janette Manrara, is a touching tribute to an institution that has defined multiple generations
Wagatha Christie: In conversation with Nathan McMullen
The Mancunion sits down with Nathan McMullen, ahead of the UK tour of Vardy v Rooney: The Wagatha Christie Trial
Interview with Luke Davies from Polari
The Mancunion spoke with Luke Davies head of Polari, a queer production company based in Manchester about Queer representation, the art of filmmaking, and untold stories.
Eurovision 2023: What to expect from the grand final
Eurovision is back in the UK after 25 years, and we got to attend an exclusive press preview of the grand final – here’s what to expect!
The Untold Stories of Black Women: A Thousand and One Review
A. V. Rockwell shows the importance of supporting Black women in Sundance Prize winning feature debut: A Thousand and One
Eurovision 2023: What to expect from semi-final 2
Eurovision is back in the UK after 25 years, and we got to attend an exclusive press preview of semi-final 2 – here’s what to expect!
Eurovision 2023: What to expect from semi-final 1
Eurovision is back in the UK after 25 years, and we got to attend an exclusive press preview of semi-final 1 – here’s what to expect!
Daisy Jones and The Six: Drugs and desire
‘Daisy Jones and the Six’ both romanticises and tears down the 70s lust for the ‘Rock & Roll’ scene. Straying from the original plot of the book, is the show’s portrayal of destruction empowering or disheartening?
Katie McGlynn on Corrie, conspiracies, and cold-blooded killers
The Mancunion sits down with Katie McGlynn ahead of her joining the UK tour of Peter James’ Wish You Were Dead
School Spirits review: Paramount’s paranormal murder mystery is to die for
School Spirits is a teen show that has its finger on the pulse of the zeitgeist
Look no further, Beef is your new favourite show
Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers
Evil Dead Rise review: Mommy’s with the maggots now
Sam Raimi updates the Evil Dead franchise with the gruesomely amazing Evil Dead Rise. From its effects, to makeup and its in-the-moment plot, this film will keep you immersed.
Dredge: Euphoric short excitement
Deep, dark and dreadful. Black Salt Games’ debut, Dredge, delivers a delightful dunk, with some short lacking narratives.
A Good Person review: Riveting drama is rooted in reality
A Good Person offers a compelling meditation on grief, anchored by Florence Pugh’s lead performance and moving acting abilities.
Outer Banks Season 3: Treasure or tragic?
Outer Banks is back for its third season of treasure-digging, jungle-frenzied, teenage romance debut. Despite its highly anticipated return, can the show continue its legacy of success?
Jeanne Dielman at HOME review: The greatest film of all time?
The Mancunion evaluates whether Chantal Akerman’s 1975 film, Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles, is truly the best film of all time
Eight exciting games this year
Are you struggling to decide what to play? Check out this list to find out more about some of the games coming out in 2023
MANIFF 2023: Everyday in Kaimuki
Everyday in Kaimuki screened at MANIFF23, some aspects of the film were enjoyable but ultimately, the film was underwhelming