Richard Linklater’s stunning examination of childhood and ageing, filmed with a single cast over twelve years, is a true highlight of modern cinema, says Andy Southcott.
Author Andy Southcott
Resting somewhere between pitch-black comedy and unrelentingly bleak drama, Miss Violence proves a deeply difficult experience, says Andy Southcott.
This inventive update of a classic story proves entertaining but often fails to fulfil its real potential, says Andy Southcott.
Actors Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning were in Europe earlier this month to promote their…
Love folk? Head down to Cambridge folk festival for the best of folk music.
The next batch of acts has just been announced for the increasingly promising Green Man 2014, including Saturday night second-stage headliners The War On Drugs.
Green Man returns to the idyllic Brecon Beacons this August with yet another excellent line-up of Americana, indie and folk music.
We are back! The Edge Live-Blogs The Movies returns to live-blog Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill: Volume II (2003). We will be blogging our opinions on the film as it unfolds, starting at 9.30PM!
Monday 10 March 2014: We shall be live-blogging Eli Roth’s controversial horror film Hostel! Let there be blood. Watch along with us, starting at 10.20PM.
This is a small but absorbing portrait of inspiration and turmoil in the early years of the Beat Generation, says Andy Southcott.
After 17 years Mazzy Star return with another collection of plaintive and hazy dream pop