Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake is an unmagical mystery tour through the wilfully-labyrinthine world of benefits.
It’s an unsettling game of snakes and ladders where, even if you actually did fall off a ladder or were bitten by a snake, the DWP “decision-maker” … Continue Reading
Under The Shadow is in the cinema from 11th – 17th November
Throughout the years the Horror genre has gone through various cycles. From the religious horror of the seventies with The Exorcist, to the the torture porn era of the noughties with … Continue Reading
Weiner-Dog screened in the Plymouth Arts Centre from 20th – 22nd September.
Since streaming services became available and more widely used, there has always been a relatively healthy rivalry between Netflix and Amazon Studios. When it comes to their original film … Continue Reading
Well it’s a sunny, balmy Thursday night, not unlike the sun as it sets over the old West in LA where Jeffrey Lebowski resides (and abides). All the dudes, dudettes, duders, and el duderinos (if you’re not into the whole brevity … Continue Reading
A video response to our current gallery exhibition TRUE TO SIZE – Heather Phillipson, from Lee Batchelor.
Heather Phillipson’s commission for the Arts Council Collection’s 70th anniversary, TRUE TO SIZE, is a series of video, audio and sculptural works that present a sequence of post-human landscapes. Situating mass-produced images and objects of … Continue Reading