Posts by Millicent Thomas

County Lines

By Millicent Thomas

Henry Blake’s assured debut sees a young boy forced into trafficking drugs across the UK’s internal borders.

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System Crasher

By Millicent Thomas

Nora Fingscheidt’s narrative debut follows a wild child who’s been failed by Germany’s foster system.


Fear of the feminine in David Cronenberg’s The Brood

By Millicent Thomas

In the director’s 1979 body horror, maternal functions are a source of repulsion and terror.

How Tony Stark became Marvel’s most authentic, relatable hero

By Millicent Thomas

Iron Man’s arc has continuously evolved over his decade-long stint in the MCU.

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