Movies, music and television has been strong this year – a few favourites of 2021 so far as July looms.Read More Halfway into 2021: a highlight of entertainment so far
Finally watched the directorial debut of British filmmaker Rose Glass, light spoilers ahead.Read More Pain, plight and palliative care in Saint Maud
A few words on the film that depicts the debilitating nuclear meltdown at Fukushima caused by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan.Read More Depicting disaster in Fukushima 50
Burning is the acclaimed 2018 film by director Lee Chang-dong, often seen as the first defining moment in which Korean cinema would be a step further to being embraced by mainstream Hollywood.Read More The aptly named Burning shines a flame upon modern Korean cinema
Director and co-writer Debra Granik released her third feature in 2018, after 2010’s acclaimed Winter’s Bone, she unveiled the understated drama Leave No Trace about a nomadic single dad and his daughter.Read More Leave No Trace discusses finding a home in society and in one’s mental self
Please note the review has some mild spoilers – don’t worry the last season is unscathed.Read More They’re frivolous, shallow, vapid – but Schitt’s Creek deserves your attention
After a promised year of sequels, 2018 proved to be a exciting year of low-key independent dramas, epic superhero movies and a modest attempt to increase inclusion within the industry.Read More Thanos, Freddie Mercury, Elastigirl and why representation matters, this is the worst and best movies of 2018…
Damien Chazelle swaps musical for moonwalking – find out more below.Read More One step for man, an experience recreated for new generations, but does First Man make a successful landing?
Come for the glory of Queen’s legacy, sing along to their greatest hits – but expect no more. A review of the latest biopic.Read More Is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide, no escape from reality? Watch Bohemian Rhapsody and see.
Drew Goddard assembles one of the year’s best cast in a screwball thriller that will make you wonder what exactly is going down.Read More One night to change it all, check in but mind the bodies, it’s Bad Times at the El Royale