Michael Prescott is blown away by more than just the visuals as he reviews Alfonso Cuaron’s much-anticipated sci-fi film, Gravity.
Raks Patel reviews How to Survive a Plague, a documentary on treatment-for-AIDS activists in time for World AIDS Day.
Raks Patel reviews Locke from the LFF, a film that follows Tom Hardy’s Ivan Locke on a single life-changing car journey.
Carl Eden reviews the adaptation of Ender’s Game, the controversial sci-fi film which attempts to be the next Harry Potter or Star Wars.
Four film writers explore the history of horror cinema by writing about their favourite films that the genre has to offer
James Gallagher takes a look at the unexplored horror sequels of classic films in the 1980s and 90s.
On the potential of “post-mainstream” hip-hop.
Jack Sadler reviews a personal horror favourite, Don’t Look Now, to kick off Vada’s week of Halloween articles.
With recent anniversaries for both Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill: Vol. 1, five writers tell us about their favourite Tarantino films.
Ash Isaac looks at Jack Reacher, Tom Cruise’s attempt to become Chuck Norris.