Oscar Jelley explores the mesmerising filmography of Danish director Carl Theodor Dreyer as part of the series ‘Films in Translation’.
Hetta Johnson explores the troubling relationship between villainy and physical appearance within Disney’s new reboot of ‘The Witches’.
Oliver White reviews Netflix’s new series, The Queen’s Gambit, and looks at why it is a triumph in the eyes of both chess fans and novices alike.
Jennifer Goodier looks back at the 2006 Oscar winning film Das Leben Der Anderen using it to look forwards into our future.
Joanne McNulty reviews Rose Glass’ Saint Maud, the psychological horror, briefly shown in cinemas before their recent closure.
Alison Hall on the rather disappointing rekindling of the classic TV show, Spitting Image.
Mitch Marshall looks at Burning, a film by South Korean director Lee Chang-dong, alongside Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite.
Halloween isn’t cancelled! Put the cobwebs back and don’t smash your pumpkins just yet. Ebonie Peters on the must see classic films for today.
Leona Crawford reflects upon the cinematic viewing experience and revisits Paweł Pawlikowski’s Cold War, exploring its melancholic yet beautiful nature.
Chloé Agar reviews The Haunting of Bly Manor, the recently released sequel to The Haunting of Hill House.