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The movie franchises that made me

Movies

The movie franchises that made me

by Matthew d'Ancona

Like life, franchises have their wrong turns and apparent catastrophes – they also recover.
The Movieverse and the dictionary

Movies

The Movieverse and the dictionary

by Peter Hoskin

The Oxford English Dictionary has added 100 new cinematic terms to its pages – and, in many cases, their belatedness stands out.
All across the Movieverse

Movies

All across the Movieverse

by Peter Hoskin

Cinema is expanding into other artforms, while other artforms expand into it, so that few of the old divisions remain.
Jodie Whittaker as Doctor Who: Eccentric, energetic and brilliant

Television

Jodie Whittaker as Doctor Who: Eccentric, energetic and brilliant

by Matthew d'Ancona

As she proudly declared of the newly-forged sonic screwdriver, the Doctor now comes ‘with added Sheffield steel’.
Banksy is shredding his own image

Art

Banksy is shredding his own image

by Harriet Marsden

The artist has laid bare his infatuation with his own legend, and his desperation for critical applause and commercial gain.
Cooder vs Kavanaugh

Politics

Cooder vs Kavanaugh

by Simon Mason

One of the legends of American roots music is fighting back with mocking humour and his fabulous banjo-picking.
Three weeks and two days in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house

Television

Three weeks and two days in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house

by Hardeep Singh Kohli

The comedian turned reality TV show contestant on his time spent under the watchful eye of the nation's most famous reality TV show.
Kavanaugh’s confirmation is a terrible setback – but still only a setback

Politics

Kavanaugh’s confirmation is a terrible setback – but still only a setback

by Drugstore Culture

In its latest editorial, DRUGSTORE CULTURE says that the appointment of the new Supreme Court Justice will mobilise redoubled activism everywhere
Bridget Jones and her single successors

Books

Bridget Jones and her single successors

by Sara-Ella Ozbek

As Helen Fielding's heroine returns, literature is finally learning that it’s okay to be by yourself
Thousands cry: ‘Me Too!’ US Senators respond: ‘So what?’

Politics

Thousands cry: ‘Me Too!’ US Senators respond: ‘So what?’

by Harriet Marsden

Last night, Brett Kavanaugh was not held to account – he was hired – by the most powerful court in the world.
Weekend Watch: Aloha, Bobby and Rose

Movies

Weekend Watch: Aloha, Bobby and Rose

by Scott Jordan Harris

Floyd Mutrux's 1975 film was a hit, but somehow it has slipped from our collective memory.
Ariana Grande's attitude is what everyone needs

Music

Ariana Grande's attitude is what everyone needs

by Olive Pometsey

After revealing that she's working on new music through a series of tweets, our writer explains why the singer's strength during hard times is inspiring to us all.
Where should we begin?

Social

Where should we begin?

by Sophie de Rosée

‘The people’s psychotherapist’ Esther Perel offers a new wave of wisdom with her third podcast series, out today.
A testimony from an EU PhD student rejected Permanent Residence

Politics

A testimony from an EU PhD student rejected Permanent Residence

Despite falling into the category of the ‘brightest and the best EU migrants’ that Theresa May has said are ‘welcome’ in the UK after Brexit, our writer has been denied Permanent Residence and it’s unclear why.
Laurie Anderson can take you to the moon and back

Art

Laurie Anderson can take you to the moon and back

by Thomas McMullan

With her latest VR exhibition 'Chalkroom' showing in Brighton, our writer talks to the artist who's using VR to disembody our senses.
The poetry of The Pogues

Poetry

The poetry of The Pogues

by Peter Hoskin

This National Poetry Day, DRUGSTORE CULTURE recalls the brilliance of The Pogues
Another conference season wasted

Politics

Another conference season wasted

by Robert Peston

For the past fortnight, the main political parties have actively chosen to ignore the Brexit questions that matter.
The maze of Frieze London 2018

Art

The maze of Frieze London 2018

by Olive Pometsey

DRUGSTORE CULTURE reports on the art fair currently taking over Regent's Park.