Emma Heasman

Emma Heasman

It’s a funny time for a biopic about Morrissey. A former symbol of youthful angst, isolation, and quiet rebellion, Morrissey

TITLE: The Queen of the Tearling AUTHOR: Erika Johansen GENRE: Fantasy PUBLISHER: Harper Collins PUBLISHED: 2014 PAGES: 488   This

Three. Two. One. Mark. Christopher Nolan has taken his shot at the war film genre. ‘Dunkirk’ requires proper recognition as

A project as expansive as Planetarium would have to be a collaboration. Originally a commission for American composer Nico Muhly,

Described as a companion piece to their 2015 foray into clubbing territory A Head Full of Dreams, Coldplay’s Kaleidoscope EP

This uplifting musical follows the story of two Mormons who are sent to Uganda to teach people about their religion.

As Netflix’s newest film offering, Okja, directed by Joon-ho Bong, came with a lot of expectations. The trailers suggested a

Does anyone remember Ellie Goulding and overly dramatic and cleanly produced EDM tracks? Well Calvin Harris sure doesn’t. His newest

Littered with callbacks to earlier episodes of Series 10 and Classic Doctor Who, ‘The Doctor Falls’ is an explosive and

Alexandra Savior’s debut album is a dark and gloomy trip through the grip of love. The guiding hand of Arctic