‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ at 10 – Review

‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ at 10 – Review

Ten years on from its release, Stephen Chbosky’s film adaptation of his own novel ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ still offers a warm embrace. Review by Kae M.

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10 Best Spirited Away Moments

10 Best Spirited Away Moments

The 10 best moments from ‘Spirited Away’, the Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli animated masterpiece about a young girl’s adventures into another world. List by Margaret Roarty.

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10 Unsung Women Filmmakers of the Silent Era

10 Unsung Women Filmmakers of the Silent Era

It’s a well-kept secret that women were writing, editing, directing, and producing movies as early as the late 19th century. These are the unsung heroes of the silent era. Article by Cynthia Scott.

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Bodies Bodies Bodies (2022) Review

Bodies Bodies Bodies (2022) Review

Halina Reijn makes a name for herself amongst the horror-comedy fanbase with ‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’ (2022), a pointed and funny Gen Z fable. Review by Morgan Barr.

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‘The Master’ at 10 – Review

‘The Master’ at 10 – Review

Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘The Master’, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams in Oscar-nominated performances, is 10 years old. Review by Rachael Norris.

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Texas Chainsaw Massacre Movies Ranked

Texas Chainsaw Massacre Movies Ranked

All 9 movies from the ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ franchise, from Tobe Hooper’s ‘The Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ (1974) to the 2022 Netflix film via ‘Leatherface’, ranked from worst to best. List by Luke Hinton.

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Capturing Modernity: The Challenge of Portraying the Contemporary World

Capturing Modernity: The Challenge of Portraying the Contemporary World

For the first time in cinema history, the most prominent filmmakers of the day are retreating from portraying modern life. Why is this? And what effect does this have? Essay by Noah Sparkes.

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Making Sense of Alex Garland’s ‘Men’

Making Sense of Alex Garland’s ‘Men’

Understanding the filmmaking intent of Alex Garland: an analysis of Garland’s philosophy and use of iconography in his 2022 feature film ‘Men’. Essay by A. D. Jameson.

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