Long-awaited adaptation of André Aciman’s acclaimed 2007 novel is as vital an addition to the LGBT cinema portfolio as Carol and Moonlight, and as extraordinary a piece of filmmaking as all audiences will find this any year
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From the writer of most of the ‘Paranormal Activity’ series comes a splendidly contemporary and sunlight-drenched slasher, starring rising star Jessica RotheRead more "Film Review – ‘Happy Death Day’, dir. Christopher B. Landon"
Hammersmith soulstress completes her evolution into this generation’s Alicia Keys on sultry third albumRead more "Album Review: Jessie Ware – ‘Glasshouse’"
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Don’t believe Mark Kermode: this black comedy starring Michael Keaton is a masterpiece fully worthy of its lamented ‘Best Picture’ triumphRead more "Film review: ‘Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)’ – dir Alejandro G. Iñárritu"
2344 days after their much-vaunted ‘Long Goodbye’ at Madison Square Garden, James Murphy’s dance-punk troupe finally return with a fresh assortment of irresistible gemsRead more "Album Review: LCD Soundsystem – ‘American Dream’"