The Great Gatsby is out of copyright, and Olivia Garrett anticipates the book’s new life in the public domain.
Maggie John reviews the remake of Rebecca, a film originally adapted by Hitchcock from Daphne Du Maurier’s novel, Rebecca.
This week, we’re putting the spotlight on films that deserve more recognition. Matthew Boden tells us all about Motherless Brooklyn and why it really should be appreciated more.
Sofia Galucci-Giles dives into the joys of new adapted series ‘Normal People’.
Sofia Fahrion is disappointed by David Michôd’s Shakespeare adaptation for Netflix.
The latest film from director Ben Wheatley, High-Rise is a long awaited adaptation of JG Ballard’s 1975 novel of the same name; the story of a luxury apartment building and a violent descent into depravity. As the tower and its occupants become increasingly isolated from the outside world and their resources run low, the neighbours […]
Whether on the screen or the stage, you can never have too much Shakespeare. The stories speak for themselves, they continue to resonate with modern audiences and offer themselves up for multiple interpretations. That being said, sometimes the best of the bunch are the ones that keep it traditional. That’s what the latest version of […]