22 World Class Football Movies

22 World Class Football Movies

A football pitch’s worth of world class football movies from around the globe, including stars like Maradona, Pelé, Messi and Ronaldo (both of them). List by Joseph Wade.

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Conjuring Nonsense: Devils Didn’t Make Him Do It

Conjuring Nonsense: Devils Didn’t Make Him Do It

The third ‘Conjuring’ film reinforces the dangerous myth that the supernatural is somehow responsible for the heinous crimes of humanity, and it’s a problem as big as cinema itself. Essay from Jacob Davis.

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5 Reasons Why You Need to Watch Midnight Cowboy

5 Reasons Why You Need to Watch Midnight Cowboy

John Schlesinger film ‘Midnight Cowboy’ (1969) starring Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight is a classic of cinema, and here are 5 reasons why you must watch it. Article by Katie Doyle.

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Examining Controversial Depictions of Jesus Christ in Cinema

Examining Controversial Depictions of Jesus Christ in Cinema

As one of history’s most influential figures, depictions of Jesus Christ have caused controversy and discord since the days of the early church, and the same goes for cinema. In this piece Katie Doyle examines cinema’s most provocative interpretations of the Easter Story.

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A24 Horror: Success, Religion and Difference in Modern American Cinema

A24 Horror: Success, Religion and Difference in Modern American Cinema

How A24 have managed to tap into the zeitgeist with recent releases ‘The Witch’ and ‘Hereditary’ to offer horrors that do more than make you jump out of your skin. Article by Beth Sawdon.

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A Clockwork Orange In Retrospect – Its Themes, Its Reception and Kubrick’s Directorial Masterclass

A Clockwork Orange In Retrospect – Its Themes, Its Reception and Kubrick’s Directorial Masterclass

‘A Clockwork Orange’, the controversial 1971 release from directorial master Stanley Kubrick, has been analysed by Lucas Hill-Paul regarding its themes, reception and delivery in this exclusive retrospective.

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Designing Nightmares: H.R. Giger and ‘Alien’

Designing Nightmares: H.R. Giger and ‘Alien’

When you think of ‘Alien’, you think of Ridley Scott and the Xenomorph, but the man behind the disturbing visuals is H.R. Giger, the artist profiled by Kieran Judge in this article.

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Who Is Jareth In Labyrinth (1986) and Why Has He Got a Bulging Penis?

Who Is Jareth In Labyrinth (1986) and Why Has He Got a Bulging Penis?

Jareth’s penis bulge has finally been explained. Why is Bowie trying to chat up a child, and why did Jim Henson create a sexually charged labyrinth?

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