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So bad it’s good: appreciating the joys of cinematic mediocrity

Our absurd obsession with terrible movies

Let’s talk about: mental health on screen

Despite improvements, the romanticisation of mental health issues persists

The Twilight Zone – ‘dizzyingly strange’

The Almeida’s adaptation of the hit TV show is baffling and brilliant in equal measure, writes John Livesey

Spike Lee Doesn’t Have It

Imogen Edwards-Lawrence finds fault with the Netflix reimagining of Spike Lee's classic film

The Death of Stalin review – ‘it straddles that oh-so-narrow line...

Christopher Goring enjoys the satire of Iannucci’s warped world behind the Iron Curtain

Poirot’s enduring appeal

Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express reminds us why the detective remains so intriguing, writes Raffaella Sero

Adolescent queer love in ‘Call Me By Your Name’

Angelica De Vido finds the rich exoticism of Italy a perfect compliment to this tale of summer homoeroticism

A gendered rewatching of The Silence of the Lambs

25 years on, Clarice Sterling's defiance of the patriarchy is as relevant as ever

Makeover Montage

Why are we still in love with the makeover montage despite its flaws? Shamika Tamhane gets beneath the surface

In search of originality? Retreat into cinema’s monochrome past

It is a truth universally acknowledged that commercial filmmaking has recently entered a new phase of life. Countless articles and blogs bemoan the lack...

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