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The Haunting Lessons of Issue Horror

A desolate castle rising out of a jagged hilltop, surrounded on all sides by dense forest. A full moon in the inky, starless sky above....

An Interview with Kermode and Mayo

Imagine watching your favourite podcast in front of your very eyes, but you’re a part of it. You let their witterings unfold and bounce...

Remember This? Mississippi Burning

Do some films deserve to be forgotten? Not necessarily for their dullness, trashiness, or the sin of being an unnecessary remake – but for...

Make mine Marvel

Marvel Studios has changed the superhero game in the past decade, introducing the “cinematic universe” approach which has been steadily copied by the likes...

An interview with Jo Southwell

Starting in acting, director/actor Jo Southwell made her debut short in 2012, Holding On, and has been hooked ever since. Winning many awards for...

Brass Eye, Toast and Oxide Ghosts: An Interview with Michael Cumming

There’s a moment during our conversation where Michael Cumming reminisces about Peter Cook and Dudley Moore’s Derek and Clive records, about the thrilling sense...

A Critical Failure? Contrasting Critics and Audiences

When the much-anticipated Venom had its review embargo lifted just a few days before its release in early October, fans were disappointed to hear...

‘Hell is behind that door!’: Revisiting Dario Argento’s Suspiria

There’s a moment in Juno where our heroine exclaims, ‘Dario Argento is so the master of horror’ which was a pretty niche reference for...
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Regeneration

There was something undeniably joyous in hearing Jodie Whittaker, newly regenerated from the wiry frame and broad Scottish accent of Peter Capaldi (Doctor the...
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A look at the Bond parody

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and nowhere else is that more true than Hollywood. Be it through attempting to...