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Fahrenheit 11/9: A much-needed bucket of cold water

Movies

Fahrenheit 11/9: A much-needed bucket of cold water

by Matthew d'Ancona

Michael Moore’s latest film may go over-the-top at times, but it does no harm to be reminded of the horror of Trump’s presidency.
The ghosts of the mountain house

Books

The ghosts of the mountain house

by Tom Cox

Outside a plague village, up an icy track, is the place where Tom Cox wrote his new collection of ghost stories.
The pointlessness of May’s speech

Politics

The pointlessness of May’s speech

by Peter Hoskin

If conference-hall applause could make Theresa May the master of her own fate, then the ovation she received today would put her in charge of the Tories for life. But it can’t.
DRUGSTORE CULTURE turns plastic for Mean Girls day

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DRUGSTORE CULTURE turns plastic for Mean Girls day

by Olive Pometsey

This ‘Mean Girls’ day, we channel Tina Fey's 2004 cult classic to lay down the rules of DRUGSTORE CULTURE.
Imagining ‘A New Europe’ at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2018

Photography

Imagining ‘A New Europe’ at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2018

by Zoe Whitfield

Featuring work by Harley Weir, Tereza Červeňová and Émeric Lhuisset, this year's showcase tackles the changing landscape of the EU.
Learning to live Nappily Ever After

Social

Learning to live Nappily Ever After

by Olive Pometsey

Netflix's new film tackles the politics of Afro hair, taking the natural hair movement to new heights.
May must offer more than just platitudes

Politics

May must offer more than just platitudes

by Matthew d'Ancona

On the day of her conference speech, the Prime Minister has to show that she both understands voters’ concerns and has a plan to address them.
The venom of Gaga’s Little Monsters

Music

The venom of Gaga’s Little Monsters

by Olive Pometsey

Posting fake reviews of 'A Star is Born's' box office rival 'Venom', Lady Gaga's fans could potentially ruin the film's performance at cinemas this weekend.
Hellboy and the death of swearwords

Movies

Hellboy and the death of swearwords

by Peter Hoskin

The first poster for Neil Marshall and David Harbour's 'Hellboy' has excited fans, but it has one major flaw.
Theresa May must realise that the UK needs foreign workers

Politics

Theresa May must realise that the UK needs foreign workers

by Drugstore Culture

The government’s post-Brexit immigration strategy is not the answer to the UK's economic problems.
The DUP and a Boris premiership: ‘They’re cool with it.’

Politics

The DUP and a Boris premiership: ‘They’re cool with it.’

by Matthew d'Ancona

Arlene Foster has suggested that her party's deal with the Tories is not dependent upon Theresa May remaining leader.
The acolytes of Jacob Rees-Mogg

Politics

The acolytes of Jacob Rees-Mogg

by Charlotte Henry

Our writer investigates why some Tory members see the bespectacled back-bencher as the answer to their party’s problems.
Carlos Ezquerra RIP: A creator of brilliant madness

Comics

Carlos Ezquerra RIP: A creator of brilliant madness

by Peter Hoskin

DRUGSTORE CULTURE pays tribute to Judge Dredd's co-creator Carlos Ezquerra, the perfect artist for a fictional universe that’s defined by its too-much-ness.
Rocketman trailer: Egerton looks great as Elton

Movies

Rocketman trailer: Egerton looks great as Elton

by Matthew d'Ancona

The first teaser trailer for ‘Rocketman’, the Elton John biopic set to be released in May, is intriguing for all sorts of reasons.
Kanye West must be stopped

Politics

Kanye West must be stopped

by Olive Pometsey

The rapper's controversial views about slavery are getting out of hand.
Imperialist Rees-Mogg and the paradox of Brexit

Imperialist Rees-Mogg and the paradox of Brexit

by Matthew d'Ancona

Jocob Rees-Mogg's use of foreign names for political humour is evidence of the Right's nostalgia for the days of the British Empire.
Kavanaugh's Kozinski lie

Politics

Kavanaugh's Kozinski lie

by Nichi Hodgson

As the public learns details of Brett Kavanaugh's potential lies about his relationship to Alex Kozinski, it becomes increasingly apparent that the Supreme Court nominee may have lied under oath.
Why Black History Month matters

Social

Why Black History Month matters

by Olive Pometsey

As Black History Month kicks off in the UK, we explain why DRUGSTORE CULTURE will be dedicating content to remembering the rich history of the African diaspora throughout October.