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Review: Netflix’s Okja ★★★

Part adorable fable of a child and her rhino-sized pig, part anti-corporate environmental parable; Okja strikes an uneasy tone, but strikes all the same. After Netflix’’s last ...

Review: GLOW ★★★★

Review: GLOW ★★★★Spandex, lycra and lashings of sass, GLOW is Netflix's 1980s answer to Orange is the New BlackIf you liked Orange is the New Black, chances are you’ll like...

Bell X1’s ARMS Arrives In UK Right When We Need It The Most

Elliot Baker falls into the ARMS of Bell X1 as they teach Katy Perry a lesson in nuance.The opening track of Arms borrows its title from the words of Bell X1’s compatriot, Samu...

Review: Dispossession: the great social housing swindle ★★★★☆

Watching this documentary just one week after the Grenfell Tower disaster which sent shockwaves rippling across the country and the rest of the world, it’s hard not to be struck by...

Review: War Machine ★★

Review: Brad Pitt huffs and puffs his way through Netflix's War Machine in a less than promising cinematic foray into the world of feature film from the on-demand global giant   ...

Hidden from history: The Keepers allows older women the recognition Hollywood has long denied them

In a cinematic climate where women of a certain age play second fiddle to the young and beautiful, Frankie Crossley explores why The Keepers is the first hit Netflix documentary to...

Review: HYENA

Photo: Bertil NilssonHYENA at Underbelly Festival Southbank – A celebration of sisterhood, power, and humanity.Composed of Fiona Thornhill, Jessica Ladley and Lil Rice,...

Review: Out There On Fried Meat Ridge Rd.

Out There On Fried Meat Ridge Road at Trafalgar Studios - Mouthful of a title, whopper of a play.The cast were well prepared for laughs, as they ought to be. From the word “spo...

Review: Othello at Wilton’s Music Hall

In our new era of Trump-fuelled prejudice, xenophobia and intrusive masculinity, Richard Twyman’s Othello is a searing reaction that realises the tragedy of every single character ...

Little Steven’s Soulfire: Bold Brassy Sounds of Soul and the Anthemic Chorus’ of Rock

Elliot Baker takes a look at Little Steven's Soulfire, his first album in 19 years which pulls together songs written across the past two decades.When asked to think of a ‘soul...