Maybe it’s a collective midlife crisis, a late realisation of our mortality or an old-fashioned desire to lose the spare tyre. Maybe it’s because of Brexit, because everything else is. But one thing is
Picture this: another dark, gloomy Friday night. A storm is brewing outside, and the howling winds rattle your windows, warning you not to set foot outside. You lock the doors. You're not going to go with
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Unsane It’s been disheartening to see how little of this year-in-summation talk has included Steven Soderbergh’s harrowing psychothriller, especially considering Hollywood’s dogged efforts to mint Claire
Children’s books have had a record-breaking few years. The sector was worth £381.9m in 2017, according to Nielsen BookScan, and 2018 may well top that. One in every three physical books sold is now a book.
From nailbiters and thrillers to slow burns and high school stories, this year was a great year for nonfiction cinema. 2018 was a boom year for documentaries. This summer, nonfiction movies like RGB, Identical
Brash, violent and nihilistic, Assassination Nation feels like the product of a one-night stand between Spring Breakers and The Purge. A trigger warning flags up every conceivable hot-button topic – it’s