My first column entry for Flip Screen, all about how ‘Shrill’ is positive representation for fat women.
Reviewing the movie depiction of the Fox News scandal for The Film Magazine.
Reviewing Karen Gillan’s directorial debut for Flip Screen.
Review of the sorority slasher revival for The Film Magazine.
Reviewing the girl power superspy reboot for The Film Magazine.
Ranking the Hunger Games movies for The Film Magazine.
Reviewing the George Michael-inspired festive romcom for The Film Magazine.
Review of the zombie comedy sequel for The Film Magazine.
Reviewing James Gray’s lonesome space epic, starring Brad Pitt.
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Julie (Honor Swinton Byrne) is a young film student living in London in the early 1980s. She wears oversized shirts, carries an Olympus camera round her neck at parties, and sits at a typewriter each day, attempting to bring her film…