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Review: John Wick Chapter 4

In an era where American action films are overwhelmingly stale, the John Wick series has been a consistent breath of fresh air. Combining slick, initially realistic fight choreography with stylistic…

Not Everything Can Be Andor

After the overall disappointment that was the sequel trilogy (even if some of us enjoyed The Last Jedi) and the constant barrage of Disney+ shows which followed, it seemed like…

Review: Scream VI

What is the Scream franchise without metacommentary on the state of the horror genre? Every film in the franchise has had something to say about the horror genre, whether that’s…

Remembering the Women of Early Hollywood

In the popular imagination, frontiers are uniquely male places. Whether it’s the physical frontiers of the American West, the digital frontiers of the internet, or the metaphorical frontiers of early…

Cult Column: OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies

Comedy films, in the true sense of the genre, don’t really exist anymore. Sure, we get films which are funny or films which have jokes in them, but the days…

Review: Avatar: The Way of Water

In the run-up to The Way of Water’s release online discourse seemed to focus on how, despite being the highest grossing film of all time, Avatar has no cultural impact.…

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Review

Phase 4 of the MCU has been a bit of a confusing mess. Not that it’s been bad, in fact, some of my favourite Marvel projects came out in the…

Review: Halloween Ends

When thinking about a reboot of an old franchise, the most important question to ask is “why?” What was the point in digging up the corpse of an old film,…