Bo Burnham’s Inside presents an inspirational, self-deprecating, and unfortunately realistic view of the society we have created. It subtly conjures a sense of urgency in its audience to speak out and to act. It’s incredible how this artist has created such an impactful message that people are actually reacting to.
Female manipulator narratives have been a frequently visited theme within film for decades, from Kill Bill to Gone Girl and Fatal Attraction. We love to see a woman take power and set things right in the world, and Promising Young Woman will undoubtedly become the next classic within this genre.
The Oscars are exclusive and unrepresentative, but can they ever be for everyone?
We’ve been Bimini Bon Burgled. Last week saw the conclusion of ten weeks of joy, fashion and stupidity that has shone a light within the misery of the third lockdown. SPOILERS AHEAD
The new Netflix Original is so obviously a dramatic ‘Gilmore Girls’ knock-off they reference it 10 minutes into the show, but is it worth the watch?
The Male Gaze is a feminist film theory coined by Laura Mulvey that highlights the sexualisation and objectification of women in film while empowering men simultaneously.
With February being LGBT+ history month, I’ve been wondering what I could write to celebrate it. The obvious answer, which escaped me for long enough I’d be embarrassed to admit how long, is a review of (arguably) my favourite film – Pride.
Love them or hate them, it’s undeniable that Romantic Comedies are a staple in the film industry. Here is a list of ten romcoms to watch when feeling especially romantic
‘Bridgerton’ the new Shondaland drama is a cross between ‘Gossip Girl, ‘To all the boys I loved before’ and Jane Austen all set to string versions of modern pop.
With Valentine’s Day approaching and love on our minds, here’s a list of some of our favourite TV and Movie couples!
Will the cinema still be standing after lockdowns end?
A listicle featuring the new and underappreciated Christmas films to watch this Holiday Season.
A review of Netflix’s recently renewed Emily in Paris
“It’s not all doom and gloom, there is a chance for us to make amends” — a look at David Attenborough’s latest documentary
Does the BBC’s adaptation of Sherlock hold up 10 years later?
Review of new TV series We Are Who We Are, currently available on BBC three.
The arts industry has suffered due to the pandemic, here is a look at why we should be supporting the independent venues on our doorstep.