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The Strangest Films I’ve Ever Seen: The Ruling Class (1972)

The Ruling Class (1972) is one of the strangest films I have ever seen. 'Strange' is a word with several meanings. A 'strange film' may...
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Salam by Claire Fowler

Nominated for the 2018 BFI London Film Festival Short Film Award, and among the official selection at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival, Salam is...

Thoughts on Film: Widows (2018)

Plagued with numerous scandals and controversies, Green Book’s Best Picture win at the 91st Academy Awards was a disappointing end to an, otherwise, adequate...

Review: The Lion King (2019)

In Jon Favreau’s new photorealistic copy of the 1994 animated classic, Timon (Billy Eichner) relates one of the most ironic lines of modern cinema...

Why it’s Make-or-Break Time for Marvel

Disclaimer: This article may mention plot points for prior Marvel films– please watch those first to avoid spoilers. Last week, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige...

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Left behind as The Earth Dies Screaming

Empty streets, deafening silence, and the feeling that it’s just too late to do anything; these are the pillars on which Terence Fisher constructs...

The Shape of Revenge: Revenge of the Creature and The Shape of Water

Since the release of Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape of Water (2017), much has been said of its threads to Jack Arnold’s Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954). An...

Conversations with Frances Ha: The Intersection Between Sally Rooney’s Millennial Fiction and Greta Gerwig’s Mumblecore Classic

It might sound quite frivolous to compare two works of fiction based on the mere fact that their protagonists share the same name, but...

Back to Sincerity, Hope, and Love: Metamodernism in Sci-Fi

Science fiction films are often expressions of highly complex philosophical ideas. By utilizing genre tropes such as time travel, artificial intelligence, and space exploration,...

Inglourious Basterds at 10

Please note: This article from the offset contains spoilers for Inglourious Basterds and other Tarantino movies, including Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood. This month...

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Peter Bibby’s Dog Act Announce New Album ‘Marge’

Peter Bibby's Dog Act have announced their upcoming album named Marge which is due to be released on the 18th of September, this year. To preview...

Album Review: Hum, ‘Inlet’

Inlet, Hum’s first new material in as long as I have been alive, dropped with practically no warning one Tuesday in June, as if...

Stray Fossa Present ‘For What Was’

Stray Fossa, an Indie rock band from Charlottesville, US, has released their latest song For What Was -- just yesterday. In their latest single, For What...

The Rolling Stones Share Unreleased Track ‘Criss Cross’

The Rolling Stones have shared a previously unreleased track called 'Criss Cross' as part of the newly announced upcoming reissue of their 1973 album...

Listen to Tame Impala’s New Acoustic Version of ‘On Track’

Tame Impala have shared a new live acoustic version of 'On Track', taken from their most recent album The Slow Rush. Check out the video...

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