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‘Tis the Season for Cheesy Christmas Movies!

‘Tis the Season for Cheesy Christmas Movies!

The Mancunion have compiled a comprehensive list of the cheesiest movies to watch this Christmas, complete with cheese ratings
Enola Holmes 2 review: Family film misses its mark

Enola Holmes 2 review: Family film misses its mark

The sequel to the much-loved family detective film is back and here’s what The Mancunion have to say about it
Pinocchio review: Guillermo del Toro’s anti-fascist fairytale

Pinocchio review: Guillermo del Toro’s anti-fascist fairytale

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio combines anti-fascist themes with stunning animation to create a very necessary remake of the 1940s classic
The Wonder review: Florence Pugh works wonders in gritty period drama

The Wonder review: Florence Pugh works wonders in gritty period drama

Florence Pugh is miraculous as she tackles faith and science head-on in Sebastian Lelio’s dark Netflix period drama
Heartbreak High: Another teen show entering its flop era?

Heartbreak High: Another teen show entering its flop era?

It’s been a month since Heartbreak High was released on Netflix and here’s what we have to say about it
Blonde review: Marilyn through the male gaze

Blonde review: Marilyn through the male gaze

Netflix’s Blonde depicts a version of Marilyn devoid of glamour and character, making her an exploited woman at the mercy of men
Into the Void: Entergalactic review

Into the Void: Entergalactic review

Entergalactic serves as the visual accompaniment to Kid Cudi’s latest album of the same title, bringing each song to life in this adult animated feature
Sensationalised and irresponsible or a chilling, cautionary tale? Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story review

Sensationalised and irresponsible or a chilling, cautionary tale? Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story review

Monsters walk among us, but are they born or made? Ryan Murphy searches for this answer in his latest true-crime series whilst paying tribute to the victims of Jeffrey Dahmer.
Better Call Saul Season 6b: what’s going to happen next?

Better Call Saul Season 6b: what’s going to happen next?

Will Kim die? What’s going on with Lalo? When are we going to see Gene again? In preparation for Better Call Saul’s mid-season premiere, we speculate as to what might happen next and discuss how the show may come to its conclusion.
Better Call Saul Season 6a: what’s happened so far?

Better Call Saul Season 6a: what’s happened so far?

With Better Call Saul preparing to air its final season’s second half, we look back at the first 7 episodes, analysing what’s happened and what this might mean for our favourite characters.
Which Bridgerton character are you?

Which Bridgerton character are you?

Check out our quiz to find out which Bridgerton character you are!
Bridgerton is back with a much stronger season 2

Bridgerton is back with a much stronger season 2

Our Deputy Film Editor reviews the long-awaited Bridgerton season two
What to watch: Our top TV picks for April

What to watch: Our top TV picks for April

From comedy dramas to superhero charmers here’s a list of our top Tv picks for April
Alternative Oscars: Who should have prevailed?

Alternative Oscars: Who should have prevailed?

What if the current Oscar nominated films didn’t exist? We present our picks in our ‘Alternative Oscars’ list.
Addiction in Euphoria

Addiction in Euphoria

Debunking the idea that drug addiction is something that only affects the ‘bad’ guy, and the effect it has on close relationships with loved ones
Gloves, corsets and ballet flats: Bridgerton season two

Gloves, corsets and ballet flats: Bridgerton season two

With the upcoming series of Bridgerton, we look at the possible trends that may come from it
The Lost Daughter: Psychological drama delivers gut-wrench of a film

The Lost Daughter: Psychological drama delivers gut-wrench of a film

Long gone are the days of Peep Show for Olivia Colman’s flawed but beguiling lead in Netflix’s latest awards contender.
Don’t Look Up: No need for subtlety in McKay’s perfect satire for the modern world

Don’t Look Up: No need for subtlety in McKay’s perfect satire for the modern world

Full of black humour and intentional heavy-handedness, Don’t Look Up is a hilarious satire for our times and a wake-up call for humanity.
The most ‘bingeable’ box sets for the festive period

The most ‘bingeable’ box sets for the festive period

After a long first semester back on campus, these are the best shows to watch over Christmas break
A Cop Movie: A messy but sincere attempt to change the way we look at policing

A Cop Movie: A messy but sincere attempt to change the way we look at policing

Fact and fiction intertwine to unsatisfying ends in this genre-defying film about policing in Mexico.

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