Online Screen Editor, Abi Taphouse, reviews Danny Boyle’s new release, Yesterday.
Kneehigh’s Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other Love Songs), five stars.
David Conway reviews long awaited biopic, Tolkien, and considers if the film falls short in comparison to its much loved subject.
Zach Mayford, Print Arts and Lit editor, reviews the various events of Poltimore Festival.
Alexia Oerter reviews the new feature, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile and reflects on Efron’s twistedly effective performance.
Amelia Chisholm does some digging on Detective Pikachu, to solve if it really is the very best there ever was.
I began watching Dead to Me on Netflix on Saturday night and despite the fact I had an exam on the Tuesday afternoon, I had finished it by Sunday morning. The balance achieved between the very real and traumatic loss of Jen’s husband, Nick, and the easy watching aspects of the series that Netflix was trying to […]
Shotgun Theatre’s performance of Spring Awakening is nothing short of overflowing with talent, and I feel genuinely privileged to have seen it. Set in 1890s Germany, Spring Awakening is a rock musical which tells the story of a group of schoolchildren as they encounter life’s hurdles on their journey into adulthood, from wet dreams to […]
Following up from his stylish horror homage It Follows, David Robert Mitchell has attempted to transition into the neo-noir space with his latest LA-set pastiche Under the Silver Lake. After a year spent in post-production turmoil from a lukewarm Cannes screening, the film has been quietly dropped on MUBI’s streaming service day and date with its UK cinema […]
This year’s Footlights Northcott offering is a production of the one and only Oklahoma. With music and libretto by the ineffable Rodgers and Hammerstein, for years the show has been a complete critical and commercial success. Footlights’ offering is certainly a success, even if it is so with some hesitation. The tale is old as […]