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Motherthing review: A little horror for Halloween
Book reviews

Motherthing review: A little horror for Halloween

Fever by Jonathan Bazzi review: Eye-opening memoir, not-so-good novel
Book reviews

Fever by Jonathan Bazzi review: Eye-opening memoir, not-so-good novel

Decision to Leave: A romantic tale of death and deceit
Film reviews

Decision to Leave: A romantic tale of death and deceit

Orpheus Builds a Girl review: Grisly, spine-chilling horror based on a true story
Book reviews

Orpheus Builds a Girl review: Grisly, spine-chilling horror based on a true story

Industry: Investment bank drama is ‘exhilaratingly reprehensible’
Review

Industry: Investment bank drama is ‘exhilaratingly reprehensible’

Haven by Emma Donoghue review: Men of faith find hell at the end of the earth
book review

Haven by Emma Donoghue review: Men of faith find hell at the end of the earth

Jim Crace’s eden review: ‘A novel imbued with lyricism and compassion’
book review

Jim Crace’s eden review: ‘A novel imbued with lyricism and compassion’

The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O’Farrell review: ‘Deliciously good’
Book review

The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O’Farrell review: ‘Deliciously good’

The Queen’s funeral: The soundtrack to a sendoff
Music

The Queen’s funeral: The soundtrack to a sendoff

Bliss Montage by Ling Ma review: ‘Dreamlike and unsettling’
Book reviews

Bliss Montage by Ling Ma review: ‘Dreamlike and unsettling’

LFF eats the rich: 7 films tackling inequality at the London Film Festival 2022
London Film Festival

LFF eats the rich: 7 films tackling inequality at the London Film Festival 2022

30 years on, Bram Stoker’s Dracula is still the most beautiful film committed to celluloid
horror

30 years on, Bram Stoker’s Dracula is still the most beautiful film committed to celluloid

This England: Does Kenneth Branagh let Boris Johnson off the hook?
TV

This England: Does Kenneth Branagh let Boris Johnson off the hook?

Must read books this autumn: An essential list to brighten the short, dark days ahead
Books

Must read books this autumn: An essential list to brighten the short, dark days ahead

Mrs Harris Goes to Paris review: Lesley Manville swaps drudgery for a dream dress
film

Mrs Harris Goes to Paris review: Lesley Manville swaps drudgery for a dream dress

Blue Note Re:imagined II goes back in time to forge future paths
Music

Blue Note Re:imagined II goes back in time to forge future paths

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Whatever Happened to Queer Happiness? review: A manifesto that all new queer art should follow
Book reviews

Whatever Happened to Queer Happiness? review: A manifesto that all new queer art should follow

In Trip Hazard, Rosie Jones proves to be an unlikely inspiration
TV review

In Trip Hazard, Rosie Jones proves to be an unlikely inspiration

A Prayer For the Crown-Shy review: ‘Hopepunk’ novel imagines a positive future for humanity
Book reviews

A Prayer For the Crown-Shy review: ‘Hopepunk’ novel imagines a positive future for humanity

What Strange Paradise review: A nine-year-old refugee’s ‘upturned fairytale’
Book reviews

What Strange Paradise review: A nine-year-old refugee’s ‘upturned fairytale’