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Rachel Maclean’s Spite Your Face

Uncompromising, gaudy, and ruthlessly moralistic, renowned Scottish artist Rachel Maclean reveals the truth behind the luxe life in her modern adaptation of Pinocchio. A home-grown grad from the Edinburgh College…

I Still Believe in Miracles: Inverleith House Set to Close

Inverleith House’s latest exhibition I Still Believe in Miracles is a celebration of the gallery’s last thirty years, combining art and botany in a diverse array of contemporary sculpture and…

Finding love in a hopeless place: is Tinder representative of more than ‘hook-up culture’?

The Tinder phenomenon has revolutionised the world of dating. It is now possible to flick through potential matches in seconds, blurring the lines between dating and game-playing. The ‘no consequences’…

Goosebumps

Anyone who grew up with R.L. Stine’s horror series Goosebumps will delight at this re-imagining of the classic 90s monsters, most noticeably the Abominable Snowman and ever-terrifying Slappy the Dummy.…

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi

A film that fully embraces its own flaws, 13 Hours: the Secret Soldiers of Benghazi is a macho spectacle and advert for American values. In typically unapologetic fashion, Michael Bay…