Nadia Angel writes about the commercialisation of rap and how it has created stereotypes around hip hop artists.
Bong Joon-ho’s tale of poverty and capitalism at its worst has so far won over 200 awards. Here is Jess Clayton-Berry’s review of the film that has made history.
The award-winning 1917 is one of the films up for nomination of Best Picture at this year’s Oscars. Here’s what Patrik Tripes thought of it. The story of two ordinary …
Nadia Angel talks about an incident in a Birmingham cinema that led to Rapman’s Blue Story being temporarily pulled from UK cinemas along with other examples of institutional racism within …
Knives Out will be coming off the silver screen soon. Should you be dashing to the cinema to see it whilst you can? Here is Jacob Ottaway’s review.
JJ Abrams’ The Rise of Skywalker wraps up the Skywalker Saga for good but is it worth seeing during this festive season? Here’s Rhiannon Bevan’s review of the highly anticipated blockbuster review.
The University of Essex’s Theatre Arts Society put on an excellent Christmas pantomime which told a modern variation of Little Red Riding Hood. Here is Chloe Bransom’s review of the performance.
Is ‘games as a service’ really killing off story-driven single-player games? Patrik Tripes thinks otherwise.
Jess Clayton-Berry interviewed Dr Eirini Konstantinidou whose award-winning film on virtual reality has become available on Amazon Prime.
Dan Eboka discusses the decay of music in our generation and the criticism of Mumble rap From the grandeur of classical music, to the unruly harmony of jazz, the vile …