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New Year, New You: Bridget Jones and the Rise of the ‘Frazzled English Woman’ 

For me, there’s nothing to kick the year off like a rewatch of Bridget Jones’s Diary, a comfort classic and guilty pleasure that perfectly encapsulates the resurgence of the ‘Frazzled…

The Rom-Com Revival: Anyone But You

There I sat in the back (it would be years before I was let ride passenger) as my mom parked the car into our Sunday morning must: our local French…

An ode to music in Cold War

Paweł Pawlikowski’s Cold War can only be described as an epic story of love, suffering and music. The film spans 15 years in the postwar era, presenting Wiktor’s (Tomasz Kot)…

10 Things I Hate About You: Redefining the 90s Rom-Com

10 Things I Hate About You has taken over my life. I’ll admit it. Now, as a seasoned film connoisseur and self-declared cinephile, I’d be too embarrassed to answer “10…

Cult Column: Jesus Christ Superstar

It’s nearly Easter again, and for me that’s synonymous with my yearly rewatch of Jesus Christ Superstar, specifically the 1973 film version directed by the criminally underrated Norman Jewison. Despite…

Cult Column: Celebrating 30 Years of Orlando at the Cameo

On a rather damp Sunday evening I went down to the Cameo to watch the 30th anniversary screening of Orlando. I had wanted to watch Orlando for some time, having…

Cult Column: Under the Silver Lake

This article contains film spoilers. CW: suicide, rape I am not entirely sure what I watched when I watched Under the Silver Lake, but one thing I can say for…

Cult Column: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

The dreamscape that is Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) takes its audience on a bittersweet journey of love, nostalgia and regret. The film progresses to the ugly ending…