Although circumstances prevented many of us from visiting movie theatres and perusing the posters on display this year, plenty of clever illustrators and designers have still been beavering away to produce some outstanding artwork. Here are 20 posters that caught our eye – and be sure to tweet us yourContinue Reading

This article contains spoilers for X-Force #15 by Benjamin Percy and Joshua Cassara. The X-Men‘s mutant nation of Krakoa has begun to invade the Earth. Jonathan Hickman’s X-Men relaunch has seen the entire mutant race gather on the living island of Krakoa. Originally introduced in 1975’s Giant-Size X-Men #1, Krakoa has been reimagined asContinue Reading

While grieving over the loss of their son, retired sheriff George Blackledge (Kevin Costner) and his wife Margaret (Diane Lane), are persuaded to leave their Montana home and travel to the outskirts of Dakota. The aim? To rescue their young grandson from a family so off-kilter and dodgy that theyContinue Reading

Hollywood romances of the 1950s and ’60s have a certified formula for swooning success. Beguiling beauty plus handsome hero equals an epic love story played out against the backdrop of the Hollywood hills and starry mountain tops. An ode to this era, Sylvie’s Love puts Black characters centre stage andContinue Reading

We live in the era of the superhero. Those costumed crusaders have been all over our screens, mythologising the politics of our times, while exploiting adolescent dreams of empowerment. Yet in a universe parallel to the world-building superfranchises of Marvel and DC, there exists an alternative mode of superhero movieContinue Reading

Twelve-year-old Kingsley (Kenyah Sandy) prays before he goes to bed: “I’m sorry I was naughty today. But if I’m a good boy, can I please be an astronaut like Neil Armstrong, and also play for Tottenham?” His bedroom looks like a shrine to the solar system and the constellation ofContinue Reading