Likely leaving you nursing a hangover of your own, ‘Spring Breakers’ is a trashy yet terrific deconstruction of how the glossy excesses of today’s media output, has managed to seduce and influence the actions of its target demographic.
Despite such miniscule flaws, ‘Trance’ is another timely reminder of the bold brilliance of Boyle. A gloriously visceral mind-f**k with a pulse pounding soundtrack.
Kirsty Hulse reviews the current David Bowie exhibition at the V&A museum, London.
As One in the Park’ is being presented by Orange Nation. This event is deemed to be the first large-scale gay festival in London in more than ten years.
Last night Paramount Pictures celebrated WWF’s Earth Hour by creating a MASSIVE STAR TREK LOGO in the sky above London. Pretty cool, right?
What you should be listening to this week. (Pretty much anything but Beyoncé’s new track).
Ahead of the release of ITV2’s latest comedy sitcom Plebs later this month, TQS went to a screening of the first two episodes ‘Orgy’ and ‘Gladiator’.
Watching a black and white classic in a venue like The Troxy is reason enough to consider this event even before you’ve enjoyed the wonderfully choreographed mixture of live music & theatre.
Park Chan-wook’s English language debut, Stoker, hits all the right notes, delivering breathtaking style with the assistance of gripping gothic substance.
Brazilian illustrator Butcher Billy has created a series of frightening artwork re-imagining the world’s most brutal dictators as comic book villains: