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Review: This Woman

This Woman by ALan Zhang is a delightful debut that embraces feminism at its heart. This film begins with Beibei, a mother, daughter, and wife, describing herself as ‘wife and…

Review: Priscilla

Content warning: mentions of sexual assault and abuse With the mixed reviews of Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis (half regarding his creative style and the other half about the real and important…

Review: The Taste of Things

Dodin is a gastronomic director conceiving magical experiences of taste and smell. As the cook, Eugénie is the physical extension of Dodin’s mind. They are one in the kitchen, but…

Vampire Weekend’s return

Five years after the release of Father of the Bride, Vampire Weekend is back. Two singles off their upcoming album, Only God Was Above Us, ‘Capricorn’ and ‘Gen X Cops’,…

Revisiting Dune: Part One 

Before the sand settles back down on Arrakis, the famed home planet of 2021’s Dune’s giant sand worms, we revisit this first outing before Dune: Part Two hits the big…

His masterpiece? Skydaddy at Sneaky Pete’s

A professional Black Country, New Road support act. A pretentious Radiohead hater with string and brass sections to accompany. Like Coldplay, but with lucrative South London connections. These are the…

Attacking collective amnesia: Is Scotland being honest about its imperial past?

Content warning: mention of sexual assault Behind the grand Georgian facades of Dundas Street, lies a secret from the darkest annals of British history. Unbeknownst to the thousands of locals,…

Why We Should Listen To Soundtracks

Winter is dark, moody et cetera. Amidst pressures to escape somewhere else, there is something delightfully ethereal about music in film. With a soundtrack, you are suddenly transported to worlds…