Five Things: The artist, writer and podcast host talks us through her most prized possessions, all of which are far too precious to ever end up at the local flea market.
The third and final series of Pose has come a close, the final episode airing on BBC Two last night. The show was a landmark moment for trans television representation, but ultimately, its obsession with being "seen" obstructed meaningful storytelling.
Trailer of the Week: because Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana was the internet-breaking greatest casting ever.
Screen Time: Let’s face it, summer is over. Time to pack in the outdoor activities and stay home with boredom-busting content instead.
Best friends Faye Maidment and Alice Ophelia’s popular Substack newsletter deciphers all the Gen-Z internet trends you could ever hope to wrap your head around. What do their online habits say about them?
The hotly anticipated sequel to the 1992 horror film has bucketloads of blood, yes. But more terrifying than the legend itself is the devastating real-world inspiration behind it.
Flipping the script, the photographer becomes the muse in LA-based artist Moni Haworth’s new book, Lunar Library. Find her dressed as a pink-faced clown holding a chihuahua, sipping a Starbucks, buying board games... good stuff.
Trailer of the Week: Because when Peter Parker picks a pickle of past-tense problems, we tune in.
With monstrous figures, demonic limbs, blood and breast milk, the emerging artist's new exhibition tackles confusion, terror and shame.
From Beelzebub with a barrel chest and cherry-red bubble-butt to kinksters engaging in blasphemous porn – meet the online Satanic community.
This autumn, cracking premieres, brilliant programming and top-notch talent are back in town.
The vibes are off and the producers’ tactics are questionable, but we still can’t look away. As the 2021 series comes to a close, Paula Akpan asks whether it’s possible to ethically enjoy Love Island.
Screen Time: Get comfy. From weird wellness retreats in Nine Perfect Strangers to DIY chaos in Changing Rooms, there’s a lot on offer from 20th August.
Another Trailer of the Week: because when Marvel gives us flying London buses, we hop aboard.
Sul sul! Game developers Electronic Arts finally delivered a farming pack that lives up to its name. Has the cottagecore aesthetic now gone next-level? We think so.
At just 24, NYC’s enigmatic artist has already carved a legacy for his airbrushed tags appearing not only on canvases across galleries, but in Supreme, Arc’teryx and Givenchy collections, too. Now, the serial tagger is telling his story from the beginning.
Since its premiere at Sundance, the indie has received critical acclaim for its arresting take on Eighties "video nasty" aesthetics. Slightly scared, we meet its creative team.
Trailer of the Week: cult graphic novel finally makes it to the small screen, minus its last leading man but plus future-female badassery.
Photographer David Jenewein has collated his tender and intimate images of Thailand into a new zine.
The French-Moroccan author of groundbreaking novels Adéle and Lullaby is back with the first instalment of a trilogy based on her family history. Here she discusses colonialism, women’s rights and the importance of looking back to look forward.
With contestants like Jake playing strategically to stay in the villa, the mechanics of Love Island are more visible than ever before. A hot single looking for love? As if. Jake’s eyes are glued on the cash prize.
Last November, it was announced that ownership of Wrexham AFC had been handed over to Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia creator Rob McElhenney. Will a dose of celebrity and a flashy Disney+ doc really help save the club? Wrexham fans weigh in.
Penned by photographer Eddie Otchere and writer Andrew Green in 1995, the cult classic novel told the story of how Jungle shaped the Black British music scene. Now, it’s being republished.
Screen Time: Jodie Comer shooting guns (again)! Jennifer Coolidge’s comeback! Even more Marvel! These are the best films and TV shows to keep you occupied from 13th August.