After a long first semester back on campus, these are the best shows to watch over Christmas break
Sophe Hicks reviews The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe at the Lowry, starring Samantha Womack
Hollywood’s most recent international remake is undeniably a thrilling watch but, despite its extortionate budget, fails to match the Danish original
The first stop on our whistlestop tour of the cheapest Mancunion eats – Southside Tequila and Tacos, Withington.
The most recent entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Eternals epitomises everything that is bad, standardised, and dull about the MCU
Revisiting our favourite golden oldies, this time a spine chilling sci-fi horror which has gained a cult following since it’s original release
Halloween Kills delivers thrills and gore but falls short on anything resembling an interesting plot
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
All I want for Christmas is better rom-coms. Emotions shouldn’t be this formulaic
Benedict Cumberbatch stars as an intimidating ranchman in this new family melodrama set to the backdrop of a Western
Following a young girl as she recovers from a traumatic car accident, Julia Ducournau’s Titane is one of the most anticipated horror films of the year
A Japanese business man is slowly consumed by machinery in this cerebral, fast paced horror staple
Mila Filipova reviews My Favourite War as a part of the Manchester Animation Festival, held at HOME
As a film that attempts to capture the array of stories being covered by the numerous journalists of the French Dispatch paper, it feels only fitting that we at the Mancunion follow suit as four of our journalists tackle the story that is Wes Anderson’s new film.