REVIEW: ‘House of Hummingbird’ (2018) Soars Beyond Any Expectations

‘A superlative example of the power of film.’ House of Hummingbird is a fascinating film and, to some Western fans of South Korean cinema, an outlier. Park Chan-Wook set an expectation with the likes of Oldboy for particularly violent and surreal works to come from the country, and even Bong Joon-ho’s best picture winner Parasite…

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Was the Fifth Season of Doctor Who a Piece of TV History?

It’s scarcely believable that ten years have passed since the fifth season of Doctor Who came to a close, likely because the series seemed like such a defining shift for the show. It isn’t really quite the fifth season, as fans will know, but the fifth of the show’s continuity-keeping soft reboot that reignited a…

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Ennui on the Screen and Remaining Yourself

It can be a challenge not just to reveal yourself but, in a society keen to keep to the status quo, to continually express yourself authentically. Entertainment sheds light on this struggle.

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MHAM: Another Side of Daniel Craig

He starred in numerous explorations of complex characters, bringing light to different mental health issues in a way significant enough to influence my own wellbeing.

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Ten Years On: Revisiting ‘Lost’ (2004) and its Unforgettable Finale

Few finales have received as much criticism as that of Lost, an event that as of today has seen ten years of medium-shaking history pass.

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Ennui on the Screen and the Search for Happiness

Cinema and television have not existed as long as the millennia-spanning history of recorded philosophical thought so, in their short existences, what have they had to say about happiness?

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The Legacy of 'Queer as Folk'

Twenty years have passed since the original British version of Queer as Folk finished, a show that was seen as pioneering in its bold depiction of gay life. It ended after only two seasons but managed to create quite a stir in the time that it was on air with its brash, amoral characters and casual sex.

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Ennui on the Screen and The LGBTQ+ Shadow

A look at the philosophical underpinnings of LGBTQ+ cinema and television

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