Roy Ward reviews Pitch Perfect in the week that see its DVD release. Glee meets Mean Girls.
Frazer Lough looks to the musical sensation even more divisive than Marmite, Azealia Banks. Love or hate her?
We reveal the outcome of Vada’s Agony Auditions to find those charged with the no short matter of saving the world, one gay at a time.
In memory of the recently departed Richard Griffiths Ash Isaac looks to the iconic Withnail & I and its borderline impossible drinking game…
Callum Scott looks to comedy great Kevin Eldon and his new series It’s Kevin, a breath of fresh air in a televisual world trying to be cautious and safe.
Philip Ellis looks to Hip Hop and the anxious place of sexuality within the genre.
Roy Ward pays tribute to Grace Jones, looking at the life and work of one of the world’s biggest, sexiest and powerful stars in their 60s…
Sam Gillson reviews Danny Boyle’s latest cinematic offering, Trance.
Will Holmes looks at the corrosive ‘scroungers’ vs. ‘strivers’ narrative and the welfare debate’s victimization of the most vulnerable.
Matt Mallinson looks at the recent discussions prompted by Havok rejecting the term ‘mutant’ in Uncanny Avengers.