April 25, 2020

At time of writing, singer-songwriter Fiona Apple’s newest album Fetch the Bolt Cutters has only been out a couple of days, yet it already looks like it’s going to be the most acclaimed album of 2020. Despite having been recording music for more than two decades, Apple...

March 28, 2020

The Prime Minister’s most recent announcement has made it clear that in no uncertain terms must people leave their houses, unless it is an absolute necessity. For the foreseeable future, we are all under house arrest for the safety of ourselves and also the sick and el...

March 17, 2020

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The Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury today announced in a Facebook post that following Government advice they will be cancelling all performances and closing from the 17th of March to the 17th of April. The team at The Marlowe h...

March 10, 2020

Of course, all the Studio Ghibli films are worth watching. Since its foundation in 1985, the studio has achieved what most great auteur directors would have reason to envy. But as some of them rank among the finest pieces of animation ever made, it is essential to know...

February 29, 2020

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Starting University is, for nearly all of us, a scary time. However, there is a surprising lack of genre fiction tapping into those fears and discomforts. Julia Ducournau’s 2016 film Raw is a rare exception. InQuire was recently contacted by Rache...

February 7, 2020

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Having grown up in Britain in the 00s, my knowledge of Mr Rogers as a cultural icon has always been fairly low. Thanks to the recent documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor? and now this fictionalised film, I have gained some very real appreciat...

December 17, 2019

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Every year there are a select number of films that reignite the age-old battle between critics (professional and armchair), and casual viewers. The fact is, that there are always as many different opinions on any given movie as th...

November 28, 2019

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Returning from the cinema, I knew this was going to be a particularly difficult review for me to write.

As much as there is to admire about this film, I have to admit that it failed me as a viewer, and that very failure has left a dramatic...

November 27, 2019

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Is it reasonable to say that a film isn’t very good if it's one of the most terrifying you've ever seen?

It's hard to evaluate a generally mediocre film that gets one key aspect really right, especially when, if we're being honest, it's n...

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