Reviews

Reviews

‘Freud’ review: unashamedly silly X-rated escapism with a wilful lack of authenticity

Sigmund Freud becomes a coked-up detective in this new Netflix thriller

‘The Platform’ review: a shocking, must-see fable for days of panic buying and isolation

A film about the global food crisis reframed in light of your latest ASDA trip

‘Persona Non Grata’, Bright Eyes’ first new song in nine years, is a poignant soundtrack to troubling times

The typically melancholic tune, taken from Conor Oberst and co.'s forthcoming album, combines the personal with the universal

‘The Jesus Rolls’ review: John Turturro tosses up a gutterball with aimless ‘The Big Lebowski’ spinoff

Ill-advised sequel has no idea what it is, why it exists or who it’s for

Dua Lipa – ‘Future Nostalgia’ review: powerful pop perfection from a star unafraid to speak her mind

The artist's stunning second record tackles sex, inequality and empowerment

Pearl Jam – ‘Gigaton’ review: one of the biggest rock bands in the world return to semi-brilliance

Eddie Vedder and co.'s 11th album won't change your life, but should boast enough vitriol to satisfy long-term fans

Waxahatchee – ‘Saint Cloud’ review: Katie Crutchfield embraces her Americana idols with stunning results

At the time of Katie Crutchfield’s last album, 2017’s glorious ‘Out In The Storm’, the songwriter was already talking about stepping back from that...
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