Jess Steadman explains why she believes spoilers add to the experience of watching films and TV shows.
Oscar Jelley reviews the BBC film ‘Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and the Legendary Tapes’, which explores the life of electronic composer Delia Derbyshire.
Iris Petrillo argues why some of the criticism that the Oscar-winning film ‘Promising Young Woman’ has received is undeserved.
Freddie Hull reviews Netflix’s controversial documentary film ‘Seaspiracy’, looking at both its cinematic approach and the issues it raises.
Oscar Jelley explores the themes present in Ildikó Enyedi’s 1989 film “My 20th Century”.
Theatre editor Reya Muller on the ‘I Care A Lot’
In her weekly column, Martha Wilson examines the heartwarming display of boyhood friendshhip in Rob Reiner’s classic film Stand By Me.
Ever found yourself wanting more from your reading list? Look no further than Elena Trowsdale’s take on breaking the monotony of the English syllabus.
Francesca Duke reviews August Strindberg’s heady existentialist drama, and takes a closer look at whether its reimagined setting is entirely successful.
Now on my second article of this series, I come to the devastating realisation that I am not actually funny. A shocking revelation to you and me both, of course, after reading the magnum opus that was my first. So, before I continue, I just want to warn you that this is going to be Read More…