Film

Blade Runner 2049

After three revisions and over two decades of development, Ridley Scott’s noir epic Blade Runner cemented its place as a cinematic cornerstone. From the gorgeous visuals to the incredible world being developed and explored on-screen, the 1982 cult-classic would become a game-changer for the science fiction genre, going on to influence movies, books, comics and […]

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Film

Victoria & Abdul

National treasure and Matriarch of Movies, Judi Dench is one of those rare breeds of actress who can star in almost any film, no matter how dire or lacking said film was, and elevate it to nothing short of a masterpiece or hit. That’s not to say that her latest filmic outing, Victoria & Abdul, a […]

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Music

Preview: Dream Wife @ Band on the Wall, Manchester

Formed within the walls of an art school in Brighton, Dream Wife are bringing their UK tour to Manchester’s Band on the Wall this week. Having built up a reputation as one of the best new live bands in London following tours with Sleigh Bells, The Kills and SXSW and armed with an array of razor sharp pop […]

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Film

Blade Runner shorts: Filling in the gaps

As Denis Villeneuve’s eagerly anticipated Blade Runner 2049 finally hits our screens, three short films have been released to provide some context for the events that have taken place in the 30 years between the original Bladerunner and its sequel. It’s a smart move from Villeneuve, whose commissioning of these quasi-prequels allow 2049 to hopefully avoid any excessive exposition. […]

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Art, Film, Music

Intertainment Magazine Issue Eleven

Well folks, August was a busy month for everybody in the Intertainment team. Unfortunately, there was no print or online issue released, but we are back with a packed issue of reviews, features, and other solid media content from our contributors. The new issue is available right here, including pieces on Manchester Psych Fest It, Twin Peaks: […]

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Music

Wolf Alice – Visions of a Life

“If we had an inkling of an idea, even if it seemed a bit silly, we’d try it out and see what happened,” Wolf Alice frontwoman Ellie Rowsell told NME earlier this year. That certainly shows as the veil of secrecy is finally removed from Wolf Alice’s Visions of Life, their follow-up to debut My Love […]

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Film

IT (2017)

The literary works of Stephen King have been celebrated for decades by critics and fans alike, but the same can’t always be said for their film and television adaptions. Though some of his novels have owned their translation from page to screen and become classics in their own right, others have left much to be […]

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