Girls, guts and gore Image: IMDb Francesca Sylph, Screen Editor, discusses Titane and the future of women in horror. BACK in 2016, French director Julia Ducournau shocked the world when she released Raw, a cannibal coming-of-age film (my favourite underrated horror sub-genre) which caused two people to pass out during the Midnight Madness screening at […]
Online Editor, Harry Caton, weighs up the pros and cons of films that push the boundaries of typical running times.
There’s a moment in ‘The Past is Important to Us’, a short story in ‘Uncommon Type’ about a billionaire businessman so in love with a woman from the past he travels back to 1939 just to see her, when the black attendant monitoring the time machine is asked why he never uses it himself. ‘Being […]
Films are great. It’s a Sunday afternoon, you’ve got nowhere pressing to be, you’ve done all your reading for Monday (or at least as much as you physically can), and the time comes for you to simply lose yourself in stunning visuals, an amazing plot and a gorgeously crafted soundtrack. Sure, we love watching movies […]
There is no denying that David Bowie was a huge figure in British culture. A man of many talents, as well as his many successful albums, he also took on a number of on screen roles, bringing the same unique style to these that he demonstrated through his music. Whether in small productions, or large […]