For Mental Health Awareness Week, we look at different films and their portrayals of mental health.
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Deputy Editor Ashleigh reviews the latest disappointing chapter in the Purge franchise.
Writer Sophie reviews Luke Scott’s Morgan, a mesmerizing representation of abuse and human curiosity.
Features Editor Rehana looks at the recent petition to fire Jesse Williams from Grey’s Anatomy and analyses what it really says.
In the light of Britain leaving the EU, The Edge writers take a look at some of their entertainment favourites from Europe
‘Home’ is filled with intriguing developments and dramatic events.
Beans on Toast confronts subject matter that most would steer away from in Rolling Up The Hill. Records Editor Amy reviews it ahead of its release on 1st December.
This week in film (2/11/15 – 8/11/15) sees Nicolas Cage take on politics and Bradley Cooper pretending to be Gordon Ramsay.
In the continuation of our celebration of gaming’s scariest enemies, we take a look at Alien: Isolation and the breakout indie hit, Albino Lullaby.
Lisandro Alonso’s latest film is an audacious exploration of colonization, says James Slaymaker.
Squaring the Circle is proving to be a menacing, brooding and slice of neo-noir; beautifully lit, atmospheric and Kafka-esque in its direction and plotting.
2014 Forest Hills Drive is Cole stepping up to the plate and delivering his most cohesive album yet, being light-hearted without compromising his arrogance, and deftly delivering both.
“To a degree the film might have been more successful had it focused less on the bland human characters and more on the turtles themselves.” Harrison reviews the adaptation of one of the biggest children’s franchises.