Film

Dark Waters

If this film doesn’t enrage or terrify you, I cannot imagine what will. With the environmental impacts of human activity under constant (and much-needed) scrutiny, Dark Waters tells the harrowing true story of how unfettered greed led to one of...

Watership Down: Not Suitable For Children?

Everything happens at dusk. Dusk is when blood oozes from the tree roots to flood the open meadows. This is when the claws and teeth rip flesh into shreds, and this is when the ghost arrives, its eyes flashing red, calling you. Dusk is the time of...

All The Bright Places

Content warning: this article mentions suicide, bipolar disorder and death  All the Bright Places joins the growing sub-genre of YA movies concerned with the difficult topics of mental illness, death, and mourning.  The story revolves around...

Show Me The Picture

Alfred George Bailey’s Show Me The Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall is a documentary portrait of the American photographer. Marshall is considered by many to be ‘the Godfather’ of music photography, having photographed legendary events such...

Phoebe Waller-Bridge: The Everyday Feminist

British comedic writer Phoebe Waller- Bridge seems to be winning award after award. Series two of Fleabag has already collected fifteen and Walker-Bridge recently secured the 2020 SAG award for Best Female Performance in a comedy. Yet her...

Cult Column: Duck, You Sucker!

Some evenings, you’re just in a certain mood. There are those evenings when science-fiction is just what’s needed, others, perhaps a ‘70s flick. Then there are the Lord of the Rings-fevers, the Star Wars crazes and, lest we forget, the...

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