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The Treatment | Movie review

The Treatment
MOVIE REVIEW

The Treatment makes for harrowing viewing; this Belgium-made dark psychological thriller is not for the faint of heart. The movie follows chief inspector Nick Cafmeyer, a detective whose latest case—investigating a serial killer with [read more]

Fast and Furious 7 | Movie review

Fast and Furious 7
MOVIE REVIEW

The seventh film in the high-energy, high-octane series, Fast and Furious 7 gives the audience more of the same, using the formula that has made them so popular: testosterone-fuelled cars, shots of scantily-clad women, plenty [read more]

Empire Awards 2015: Interviews with The Hobbit and Game of Thrones cast

Empire Awards 2015: Interviews with The Hobbit and Game of Thrones cast

The winners of the 20th Jameson Empire Awards were announced this Sunday at a glamourous ceremony at Grosvenor Hotel, London. The results are determined by the votes of Empire Magazine readers, in celebration of both blockbusters and [read more]

Hackney’s Finest | Movie review

Hackney’s Finest
MOVIE REVIEW

What this film lacks in substance, it certainly makes up for in full-throttle action. Hackney’s Finest is the story of a low-level drug dealer getting caught up in a feud with a corrupt East London cop. As far as gritty London thrillers [read more]

Shake Shack in Covent Garden introduces the ShackMeister | Restaurant review

Shake Shack in Covent Garden introduces the ShackMeister
RESTAURANT REVIEW

Since it first opened its doors to the British public back in the summer of 2013, Shake Shack has had no trouble becoming accustomed to its Covent Garden setting. Brits and tourists alike have flocked to Shake Shack’s first and only UK [read more]

Vincent Van Gogh – A New Way of Seeing | Movie review

Vincent Van Gogh – A New Way of Seeing
MOVIE REVIEW

A brilliantly insightful documentary, Vincent Van Gogh – A New Way of Seeing provides a deeper understanding of Vincent Van Gogh, and the experiences throughout his life that contributed to his success. The viewer is taken on a [read more]

Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck | Movie review

Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck
MOVIE REVIEW

A performer and personality who for so many came to represent the voice of a generation, the enigmatic Kurt Cobain has had a brighter light shone on him than ever before by Brett Morgen’s latest documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck. [read more]

Something Must Break | Movie review

Something Must Break
MOVIE REVIEW

Notions of identity are inevitably the focus of Swedish film Something Must Break. This love story is experienced through sporadic narration of its two players, Andreas and Sebastian. Andreas, the punky James Dean-esque straight boy, [read more]

Things that Tumble Twice at Tenderpixel Gallery | Exhibition review

Things that Tumble Twice at Tenderpixel Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Things that Tumble Twice takes over both sides of Tenderpixel’s viewing space, each side imperfectly reflecting the other. The works sit easily alongside, almost creating a lounge scene; they mimic one another even in the [read more]

From her wooden sleep…: An interview with ICA curator Philip Larratt-Smith

From her wooden sleep…: An interview with ICA curator Philip Larratt-Smith

Philip Larratt-Smith is a Canadian curator and writer who’s published books on artists such as Tracey Emin and Louise Bourgeois. His previous exhibitions include Andy Warhol: Mr America, and Yayoi Kusama: Infinite Obsession for the [read more]

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