Anna Leszkiewicz is a pop culture writer at the New Statesman.
“I feel comfortable with him. Sort of safe,” Alyssa thinks, as we cut to James sharpening a knife with obscene glee.
Increasingly, the BAFTAs are used as a litmus test to judge the runners and riders for the Academy Awards.
No male award winners specifically mentioned #TimesUp or gender inequality in their acceptance speeches.
The US hipster millennial comedy meets stylish, spiralling mystery is critically adored.
From Search Party and The Good Place to Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Bojack Horseman, characters are more concerned with their status as good or bad people than ever before.
...But we imagined it anyway.
The great heroes of children’s literature guzzle and gulp with pride. Enter The Highway Rat.
44, to be precise.
Come for the lols, stay for the poignant thoughts about death.
“Jacob Rees-Mogg’s a sex god.”