'American Psycho' Still Deserves Its Place in Film History
Twenty years on, Mary Harron and Guinevere Turner's adaptation is a perfect combination of humour, horror and satire.
'Rotting From the Inside': Will Austerity Swing the Vote in This Midlands Town?
A decade of decay has seen Northamptonshire Council go bankrupt, but will cuts to public services decide the election in this marginal seat?
Surprise, British Class Snobbery Is Defining This Election
This election could see the comeback of class-based politics.
FBI Screw-Ups and Drugs: Chris Morris Tells Us About His New Film
'The Day Shall Come' director and cast explain why the movie satirising the intelligence agency is a rare example of punching up in comedy.
How to Beat Imposter Syndrome
Read an exclusive extract from Nathalie Olah's non-fiction book, 'Steal As Much As You Can: How to Win the Culture Wars in an Age of Austerity'.
The Forgotten Feminist Architects Who Changed the Face of London
The Women's Design Service and other female-led organizations wanted cities to put women first, not second.
Remembering One of England's Legendary Brutalist Skate Spots
Two of Birmingham's most legendary skaters talk about the Paradise Forum, which has been bulldozed to make way for a couple of office buildings.
Mapping the European Union's Massive Crackdown on Immigrants
As EU member states cooperated on a two-week operation intended to track and penalize illegal immigration, a group of activists worked to track police activity in real time.
Werner Herzog Has a Lot of Time for WrestleMania
This month, Faber published A Guide for the Perplexed, a compendium of conversations between Herzog and the writer Paul Cronin. As a testament from one of the world's most prolific filmmakers, it reads almost as self-help.
'New York's Most Famous Unknown Artist' Is Now More Important Than Ever
Ray Johnson was the antithesis of disposable culture.
The Persian Gulf’s ‘Blade Runner’ Obsession Is Killing Migrant Workers
The development of a long line of sci-fi inspired buildings and infrastructure projects imperils poor workers with practically no rights.
'Gulf Futurism' Is Killing People
Migrant workers are paying the ultimate price for the Blade Runner fantasies of oil princes.