Culture Editor Josh attempts to explain humanity’s peculiar fascination with monsters.
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United Airlines didn’t like their liberal interpretation of “business attire”, so made them ride on the nose.
Writer Tom takes an early look at Luc Besson’s passion project.
Writer Jordon reviews A Monster Calls, the fantasy film starring Liam Neeson which is in cinemas in the new year.
Kate Rusby shares some Christmas magic with an enraptured audience in Salisbury City Hall (08/12/16).
Ahead of the highly anticipated release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, writer Laura takes a look at the life and career of Felicity Jones.
Lois Saia reviews Mordheim: The City of the Damned – a game that is ‘not for everyone’, but ‘addicting’.
Caleb Hinton takes a look at some of Stephen King’s best monsters, in honour of The Edge’s KingFest.
The film was a critical success, and spawned a sequel in 2013.
Writer Tash introduces Bright Lights Big City in a wonderfully twisting Hidden Gem piece to test the mind.
Harley James Mitford chats Capri-Suns, Potassium, and Grand Theft Auto with the two founding members of Carcer City.
Laurence reviews the first episode of Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments.
The frequent Hollywood collaborators are joining forces yet again, this time to tell the chilling tale of a notorious Chicago serial killer.
‘It’s so instrumental to life; I don’t think I could go a week without music.’: An interview with Eoin of Drenge
The Edge caught up with Eoin from Drenge to chat about their upcoming success and new album Undertow.