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Exclusive: Manhattan-inspired cocktail menu at Madison, London

Two of the world’s most famous cities are set to collide at Madison, London this month as twelve new cocktails are being launched to celebrate the dizzying heights of Manhattan, […]

Annihilation Review – Alex Garland’s Latest Science Fiction Masterpiece Will Melt your Brain, Marvel your Eyes and Master your Attention

Writer/director Alex Garland has risen through the ranks of contemporary filmmakers quite quickly, and for good reason. With Dredd, Garland could have been the new Paul Verhoeven. With his official […]

Exclusive Review: Linje Tio

The name ‘Linje Tio’ (line ten in English) is inspired by the tram line that traversed the length of Stockholm, the Swedish capital, from 1922 to 1967. It linked the […]

The Shape of Water Review – Guillermo del Toro’s Fantasy Film Flows with a River of Romance That You’ll Relish Every Second Of

I have a hunch that a large portion of contemporary filmmakers are averse to dabbling in the fantasy genre, for fear of losing some sense of credibility: you can’t be […]

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review – Rian Johnson Balances the Cultural Force of the Star Wars Mythos, With This Divisive Yet Original Entry in the Skywalker Saga

In 2015, Kathleen Kennedy and J.J. Abrams gave us Star Wars: The Force Awakens, a film that brought George Lucas’ vision of a galaxy far, far away back to the […]

Baby Driver Review – A Real Change of Cinematic Gears for Edgar Wright, and what a Blissful Symphony it is

Ever since the debacle with Marvel’s Ant-Man and the limits to the creative freedom he was allowed to express, Edgar Wright went somewhat dark. It was uncertain where he would […]

The Mummy Review – The ‘Dark Universe’ Needs a Few Bandages to Bring Itself Back to Life after this Lukewarm, yet Innocently Fun, Start

If there is one trend that has really surged into the blood stream of the film industry, it’s the so-called ‘Cinematic Universe’. Marvel, DC, Fox, they’ve all jumped aboard the […]

REVIEW: Half A Sixpence, Noel Coward Theatre

This review comes after having seen Cameron Mackintosh’s reworked revival of the classic musical: ‘Half a Sixpence’ for the second time, five months after having seen it the first time […]

Live Review: Seramic @ Omeara, 01/03/17

“Literally swells with originality.” ★★★★ Fluorescent pink light coats Omeara tonight. A new venue founded by Ben Lovett (member of Mumford & Sons), which looks like it should belong in […]