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Review: I Was a Teenage Werewolf (1957)

Of all the films American International Pictures released throughout the 1950s, none featured a title that instantly evoked such intrigue, excitement, and sensationalism than...

Review: Burning (2018)

Burning provides a contemporary insight into class division and the consequences of misogyny, in Lee Chang-Dong's Korean mystery. Burning premiered at the Cannes Film Festival,...

Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story

While flawed and mostly predictable, Solo proves to be fun, action-filled adventure that hits all the notes of what you might expect Han Solo’s...

Review: Dogman (2018)

Matteo Garrone's Dogman is a beautifully grimy, masterpiece of cinema. Premiering at the Cannes Film Festival, Garrone's Dogman follows the story of Marcello (Marcello Fonte),...

Review: Sample Magic ‘Jazz Melodics and Hooks’

Sample Magic has once again not disappointed, this time with their Jazz Melodics and Hooks sample pack. If you are looking for samples for your...

Editor's Choice

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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Blunt Umbrellas by Petra Leary

Petra Leary, a highly-gifted New Zealand born photographer, has released a magnificent series named Blunt Umbrellas. In this photo series, Leary explores various umbrellasthrough...

Learn About the History of The Office with Brian Baumgartner’s New Podcast ‘An Oral History of The Office’

With continually growing popularity, years after its finale screened, The Office (US) does not seem to leave our minds and hearts. The classic show which was...

Artist Spotlight: Gordi

The project of Australian singer-songwriter Sophie Payten, Gordi's music is powered by the kind of stark emotional honesty that lies at the center of...

Rejjie Snow Shares New Single ‘Cookie Chips’ Featuring MF DOOM and Cam O’bi

Dublin rapper Rejjie Snow has shared a new song featuring MF DOOM and Cam O’bi called 'Cookie Chips'. Accompanied by a quirky video directed...

Watch FKA twigs’ New Short Film ‘We Are The Womxn’

FKA twigs has unveiled a new short film called We Are The Womxn in collaboration with WeTransfer. Highlighting "the dynamic healing of womxn of colour",...

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