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Review – ‘Postcards From London is a visually stunning, if slightly disjointed reflection on...

We review the arty new piece from Steve McLean Walking down Old Compton Street for the first time has any young man’s heart racing, with...

Postcards From London

We meet the director behind the dreamy new piece of queer cinema It’s the film that has been on the lips of LGBT movie-goers for...

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Review – straight-washing and telenovella twists

** By Dylan B Jones Right from its rain-whipping, thestral-careening start, the most recent cinematic foray into the Potterverse is certainly one thing…confusing. In fact, as...
A Star Is Born

A Star Is Born…but like, is it actually good though?

Jack Cullen muses on Gaga’s already notorious smash hit cinema venture This past month, we put Netflix on pause and clobbered down the street to...

Review: Iris Prize Festival

We hotfooted it up to Cardiff for one of the biggest events on the LGBT cinema calendar It’s one of the biggest LGBT film festivals...

FILM REVIEW: Climax

Gaspar Noe’s latest work is a beguiling assault on the senses “Going nowhere fast, we’ve reached the climax/We’re together, now we’re undone”: the words of...
Ready Player One

Ready Player One – LGBT characters, Deliveroo drones and glossy mediocrity make Spielberg’s latest...

There hasn’t been a movie like Ready Player One for a while. In a market dominated by the smarmily grinning mask of Marvel, most...

REVIEW: Mom & Dad

Millenial-bashing reaches a gory new level in Brian Taylor’s latest horror/comedy What with the looming cloud of a Brexit we never voted for, houses priced...

REVIEW: Beach Rats

Words by Catherine Pearson It’s time to get Call Me By Your Name out of your head. Seriously, do it now. Goodbye gorgeous love story...

“It’s gorgeous, it’s painful and it’s more than just a story” – Catherine Pearson...

It’s the 1980s and seventeen year old Elio Perlman (Timothée Chalamet) is wiling away the long summer days at his parents’ villa in Northern...

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