Posts by Kambole Campbell

Hollywood could still learn a thing or two from Tim Burton’s Batman

By Kambole Campbell

The director’s vision of Gotham City remains one of blockbuster cinema’s greatest creations.

X-Men: Dark Phoenix

By Kambole Campbell

Sophie Turner’s Jean Grey becomes fused with a cosmic entity in this lacklustre series add-on.

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Hail Satan?

By Kambole Campbell

Penny Lane’s head-spinning documentary charts the rise of The Satanic Temple.

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Us

By Kambole Campbell

Jordan Peele’s second feature disturbs, provokes and tickles in its arch dismantling of the modern American family.

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Netflix brings an appropriately weird adaptation of The Umbrella Academy to life

By Kambole Campbell

A disbanded superhero team reunites in this brisk and playful take on Gerard Way’s comic.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

By Kambole Campbell

Multiple Spider-Mans makes for outrageous fun in Marvel’s slick, constantly surprising multiverse animation.

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Why Netflix’s live-action remake of Cowboy Bebop is destined to fail

By Kambole Campbell

Shinichiro Watanabe’s singular ’90s show is yet another classic anime that should be left well alone.

Creed II

By Kambole Campbell

Michael B Jordan returns as Adonis Creed in this overly sentimental and uninspired rehash of Rocky IV.

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The Hate U Give

By Kambole Campbell

With a breakout turn from Amandla Stenberg, this YA melodrama offers a fresh look at institutional oppression.

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The Little Drummer Girl – first look review

By Kambole Campbell

Florence Pugh, Alexander Skarsgård and Michael Shannon star in this lurid, weird and impeccably designed new work from Park Chan-wook.

How BlacKkKlansman joins the dots between our racist past and present

By Kambole Campbell

Like Do the Right Thing and Bamboozled before it, Spike Lee’s film is a wake up call to white America.

A beginner’s guide to the films of Lynne Ramsay

By Kambole Campbell

To celebrate the release of You Were Never Really Here, we’ve put together a handy primer of the director’s short and feature work.

Six of the best Park Chan-wook scenes

By Kambole Campbell

From Oldboy to Stoker, here are some of the South Korean director’s most memorable moments.

Exploring black masculinity in Boyz n the Hood and Moonlight

By Kambole Campbell

John Singleton and Barry Jenkins’ films understand what it means to grow up young, black and American.

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