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Saturday, September 22, 2018

Freshers’ Plays: Shakers review

A small but talented cast pulled off this bar-set production well

The Lobster: a dark, subtle social criticism

The Lobster is the first English film by the award-winning Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos. The film takes place in a dystopian ‘other’ world which...

The Good, the Bad and the App

In setting out to write this feature I wanted to look at, well, a good videogame, a bad videogame and an app. All right,...

Highlights of The Toronto International Film Festival

Highlights from the Toronto International Film Festival that you won't want to miss.

Jake Bugg: Jake Bugg – review

Jake Bugg Jake Bugg Mercury 6/10 There aren’t many 18 years who can boast the accolade of touring with Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds, but then...

Pottermore – The Name of the Game

We play videogames everyday, but only a few of us actually realise it.  J.K. Rowling has helped develop what has been dubbed a ‘website’, an...

The Critics: Every Kingdom

It’s not often that a “singer-songwriter” with genuine talent manages to stand out from the ocean of “men-with-guitars” playing average songs about breakups and...

The search for truth in the Chronic City

J. H. Ramsay on why it’s worth visiting the New York City in Lethem’s book

The Critics: An Argument With Myself (EP)

An Argument With Myself (EP) Jens Lekman Secretly Canadian If this new release from Sweden’s most charming son does anything, it merely confirms Lekman’s reputation as a...

The Critics: Drive

3 out of 5 Dir. Nicolas Winding Refn Please don’t sue this movie. The Michigan woman who recently took Drive to court for essentially ‘not being like...