March 2017

Festivals 2017: Dot To Dot Festival – Preview

With a stellar line-up confirmed for this year, Dot To Dot is living up to its title of ‘Best Metropolitan Festival’ with ease

Review: Moonlight

A film of vital importance, says Giulia De Vita

Playlist Review: Drake – More Life

Scott Paley gives his verdict on the new Drake project, claiming that it is his most innovative and yet familiar release so far

Review: Get Out

Get Out makes a political statement out of a genre which usually gets by on little more than blood and guts

Review: Personal Shopper

Personal Shopper is a reminder of what cinema can do, and why we keep going to the pictures

Review: Inside No. 9, Series 3

Georgia Owen reviews Inside No.9: the anthology show with a mad cocktail of genres. Radical, bizarre, and a show you’ve definitely been missing out on

Review: Taboo

In an age of cookie cutter and boringly generic TV, creatively risky Taboo should be appreciated warts and all

Is Sweden the answer to a smoke-free future?

It seems Sweden is the guiding light needed for a cigarette-free world. Swedish men appear to be the first population…

Review: Elle

A magnificently gripping cinematic experience, says Giulia De Vita

Running out of excuses for sexism

It is patronising and regressive to tell women not to run at night

Spotify is creating elitism in music

Spotify is choosing to limit the amount of music available to its free users

President Trump is nobody’s fault

Trump’s victory is a result of both parties and voters pursuing their own interests