‘It’s a Sin’ (2021) Exploring Fear of the Unknown

It’s a Sin is not only a sincere exploration of the AIDS crisis in 1980s London, but also explores how we deal with fear.

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REVIEW: In Series Four, ‘Search Party’ Returns to Its Roots

Seeing the characters so inverted brings the show back to its roots, but this time viewers know both sides of the story from the start.

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Confronting the Problematic Past of ‘Power Rangers’

Content warning: This article contains references to homophobic behaviour which readers may find distressing. Going back to the early episodes of Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers feels like reuniting with an old, haggard friend. Despite the franchise now approaching its thirtieth anniversary, the Power Rangers property shows no signs of slowing, with new film and TV…

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The Ten Best TV Episodes of 2020

Last year, myself and guest writer Daniel Nicholl compiled a list of the best TV episodes of 2019. So given the fact that 2020 has been another excellent year for TV (and TV alone) – it seemed wise for us to carry on this trend. So, in no particular order, here is a list of…

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The Seven Resurrections of ‘The Walking Dead’

For its 10th anniversary, here are the seven resurrections of The Walking Dead, the bloodiest, emotional, and most resurgent episodes that kept the show alive for a weary fan.

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LFF REVIEW: ‘Industry’ (2020) is an Entertaining but Flawed Financial Drama

Industry excels at putting the audience in the moment, but lacks urgency and depth.

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PRIDE 2020: ‘This is How the World Ends’ (2000) Could Have Been A Cultural Reset For LGBTQ+ TV

Following Lynch’s lead, queer independent filmmaker Gregg Araki almost added his name to that small list with his project This is How the World Ends, almost a decade later. However, this project never came to be and has instead been left to float around the realms of YouTube.

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MHAM INTERVIEW: Dan Warrender and Scott Macpherson on Their ‘Mental Health Movie Monthly’ Initiative

What is deemed as a ‘good’ representation of Mental Health within the entertainment world? What can filmmakers and showrunners do to better represent Mental Health? To help answer these questions, I approached Dan Warrender and Scott Macpherson.

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REVIEW: ‘Normal People’ (2020) by Sally Rooney – From Page to Screen

Sally Rooney’s Normal People, winner of the 2018 Costa Novel Award, premiered on BBC3 at the end of April. Having read the book, with its nonlinear narrative and lack of speech marks, it was exciting to see how it would translate on to the screen.

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Flip Screen’s Guide to May (Lockdown 2: Electric Boogaloo)

Flip Screen’s James Palmer and George Forster are here to make a few TV suggestions to keep you going for the long haul.

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