Mark Beaumont

Inside the West Wing: What sort of President would Kanye West be?

As Kanye announces his Presidential run, columnist and Kanye biographer Mark Beaumont considers his suitability for the job

Ennio Morricone – 1928-2020: the legendary film composer who changed music forever

The genius behind some of cinema's greatest scores has died aged 91

‘Dune’ on TV: revisiting John Harrison’s underrated small-screen saga

Leap into one of science fiction’s most mind-mulching cults

All the rock songs written by AI bots – ranked and rated in order of… greatness?

The bot-written 'Smother', from NirvanAI, is by no means the first computer-generated banger

“A four-hour-long nightmare comedy”: why Ari Aster can perfect cinema’s most misused genre

The 'Hereditary' director is taking a crack at the horror comedy – can he show everyone how it's done?

Bob Dylan – ‘Rough And Rowdy Ways’ review: arguably his grandest poetic statement yet

The master's first original album in eight years explores religion, war, music and civil rights

‘The Last Days Of American Crime’ review: ultraviolent comic book joyride screeches off the page

Inspired by 'Joker' and influenced by 'John Wick', this Netflix action romp turns everything up to 11

‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ is finally on the way – but does it have to take itself so seriously?

What happened to the silly, bonkers comic book movies that used to dominate the multiplex?

Tim Burgess – ‘I Love The New Sky’ review: cult-pop that should break the ‘trending’ bar in its own right

The Charlatans frontman's fifth solo record is an autobiographical beaut that skips along to gorgeous melodies even as it charts heartbreak

David Lynch is turning into cinema’s biggest lockdown hero

The surrealist moviemaker gifted us with a new short film this week
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