George Griffiths on why Robert Eggers’s film provided the genre with the burst of honesty it required.
With a recent study showing that over half of the articles shared in the run up to the referendum vote were false, it’s no real surprise that the alt-right agenda penetrating European politics hasn’t struggled to gain a foothold.
The film showcases Tarantino’s exceptional talent for dialogue in the most flattering of lights, whilst also suggesting a maturity to his work that defies his later back catalogue of exploitation flicks.
Niall Flynn on the Brexit narrative’s latest episodic helping.
Opinions like Eric Bristow’s dictate why so many victims of sexual abuse suffer in silence.
It manages to come off as grand and understated simultaneously, fluctuating between sexy, serious and both of them combined with soulful nonchalance.
With no one regulating the media, we are starting to move into a dangerous time.
The super Ltd. Edition collaboration offers only 500 pairs worldwide, with just three retailers in the UK and size-breaks of just 12 shoes per store.
“I don’t want to be poring over graphs and treating music like a mathematical equation – I want everything to sound human”.
From Friday 2nd December, the British Library will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of Roald Dahl’s birth with a series of portraits from his long-time collaborator Sir Quentin Blake.