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Arts BY Ashleigh Dean

Bringing History to the 21st Century...

The figurative storm that hit New York City in the shape of a Broadway show had been building since 2009, when a certain Lin-Manuel Miranda performed the opening...

Issues & debates BY Max Palmer

“They Don’t Come Back The Same”: The...

Stephen King’s popularity, while it has never dropped to low levels, seems to have signs of surging cinematically over the past few years, with the remake of It...

Arts BY Millán Blanco

Are the Oscars still relevant?

This picture deals with Chiron —also known as “Little” and “Black”—, and the path this Afro- American man takes through the intricacies of his own identity. The audience...

Media & Technology BY Harry Gudgin

Green Book vs. BlacKkKlansman: Are t...

The Academy Awards have always had a complicated relationship with race. For the most part, the Academy is made up of older white men and this is reflected...

Film Reviews BY Oliver Campbell

The Warriors (1979) Can you Dig it?

The Warriors (1979) is unequivocally my favourite film of all time.  So much so that I have a tattoo of one of the characters, albeit a minor character,...

Culture & society BY Esther Roberts

The representation of race within ‘U...

Jordan Peele is a name that won’t be going out of style any time soon. The New York City born and raised comedian rose to fame in 2003...

Film Reviews BY Beth Sawdon

Glass Review

M. Night Shyamalan has finally brought us the concluding story for what is now known as the ‘Eastrail 177 Trilogy’. This superhero-thriller has been highly anticipated by many...

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Film Reviews BY Sophie Cook

Beauty and the Beast (1991) Review

Walt Disney’s classic “tale as old as time” Beauty and the Beast hit the big screen initially in 1991. This enchanting film set in France, portrays the story...

Culture & society BY Charlotte Anderson

Brash and Loutish

Chavs, Charvas, Chavvies. No matter which is in your vocabulary, I guarantee that a very similar image pops into everyone’s head when one of these terms is used....

Film Reviews BY James Southcott

Mid90s Review

Nostalgia, Nineties and New Talent. As stated in many of his interviews, Jonah Hill, Mid90s writer and director, discusses his biggest influences whilst making his directorial debut: Shane...

Issues & debates BY Dylan Henty

Global Warming: A comprehensive review

Last time on the impending disaster review we tackled the classic fan-favourite: the Cuban Missile Crisis; and, although with a promising start, reviewers have said it ultimately failed...