Truth and Movies

Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions

By Sydney Urbanek

Taylor Swift and her folklore collaborators perform and dissect the pandemic album at New York’s Long Pond Studios.

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Why now is the perfect time to watch Goodbye, Dragon Inn

By James Balmont

Tsai Ming-liang’s 2003 film, newly released on Blu-ray, is a poignant and powerful love letter to the cinema.

LWLies 87: The Mank issue – On sale now!

By David Jenkins

David Fincher makes a spectacular return to feature filmmaking with this melancholy monochrome marvel.

Features

Why now is the perfect time to watch Goodbye, Dragon Inn

By James Balmont

Tsai Ming-liang’s 2003 film, newly released on Blu-ray, is a poignant and powerful love letter to the cinema.

Brandon Cronenberg: ‘We built a wax Andrea Riseborough’

By Leila Latif

The genre prodigy talks perfect casting and practical effects in his latest shocker, Possessor.

Channing Tatum reunites with Lord & Miller for a monster movie send-up

By Charles Bramesco

It’s alive! (‘It’ being a parody of Universal’s classic horror pictures, courtesy of the Jump Street directors.)

Looking into the heart of Miller’s Crossing

By David Jenkins

The Coen brothers’ classic gangland neo-noir remains one of their most potent and illusive works.

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Reviews

Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions

By Sydney Urbanek

Taylor Swift and her folklore collaborators perform and dissect the pandemic album at New York’s Long Pond Studios.

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Red, White and Blue

By David Jenkins

John Boyega tackles institutional bigotry within the Metropolitan Police in Steve McQueen’s searing anti-racism drama.

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Possessor

By Leila Latif

Brandon Cronenberg follows up his impressive debut Antiviral with a visceral slice of hallucinatory ultraviolence.

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Happiest Season

By Hannah Woodhead

Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis star in Clea DuVall’s festive rom-com about going home and coming out.

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Lovers Rock

By Hannah Woodhead

Steve McQueen delivers a sublime party film for the ages in the second instalment of his Small Axe series.

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Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

By Flora Spencer Grant

The entertaining story of the titular “Mother of the Blues” sees Chadwick Boseman shine in his final performance.

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