All articles by Katherine McLaughlin

Interviews

Back to the days of UK garage: Reggie Yates on Pirates, his nostalgic directorial debut

Actor, TV presenter and now director Reggie Yates and his cast tell us about putting the 90s fashion, slang and bass drops of the UK garage scene on film in Pirates.

By Katherine McLaughlin

Back to the days of UK garage: Reggie Yates on Pirates, his nostalgic directorial debut
10 great

10 great supernatural horror films of the 21st century

By Katherine McLaughlin

10 great supernatural horror films of the 21st century
Interviews

Hazy memories of 90s Britain: Saint Etienne’s visual album I’ve Been Trying to Tell You

By Katherine McLaughlin

Hazy memories of 90s Britain: Saint Etienne’s visual album I’ve Been Trying to Tell You
Where to begin

Where to begin with Denis Villeneuve

By Katherine McLaughlin

Where to begin with Denis Villeneuve
Reviews

Wildland pulls at the family ties of a Danish crime dynasty

By Katherine McLaughlin

Wildland pulls at the family ties of a Danish crime dynasty
Reviews

Violation twists the rape-revenge subgenre into anti-fantasy

By Katherine McLaughlin

Violation twists the rape-revenge subgenre into anti-fantasy
Reviews

Black Bear shoots a slippery meta-movie of on-set manipulation

By Katherine McLaughlin

Black Bear shoots a slippery meta-movie of on-set manipulation
Features

A year of lockdown: the screen culture that got us through it

By Henry Barnes, Whelan Barzey and others

A year of lockdown: the screen culture that got us through it
Watch a cult classic

Watch a cult classic #8: The Company of Wolves

By Katherine McLaughlin

Watch a cult classic #8: The Company of Wolves
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10 great Japanese ghost stories

By Katherine McLaughlin

10 great Japanese ghost stories
Reviews

Proxima review: new vistas for motherkind

By Katherine McLaughlin

Proxima review: new vistas for motherkind
Reviews

Days of the Bagnold Summer review: can two awkward loners make a family?

By Katherine McLaughlin

Days of the Bagnold Summer review: can two awkward loners make a family?
Reviews

Maternal review: motherly care in sisterly solidarity

By Katherine McLaughlin

Maternal review: motherly care in sisterly solidarity
Reviews

Family Romance, LLC review: Werner Herzog explores a deeply personal Japanese service

By Katherine McLaughlin

Family Romance, LLC review: Werner Herzog explores a deeply personal Japanese service
News

What should have won the 2019 Cannes Palme d’Or?

By Isabel Stevens, Nick James and others

What should have won the 2019 Cannes Palme d’Or?
Reviews

Les Misérables first look: a tense tour of a Paris commune still in crisis

By Katherine McLaughlin

Les Misérables first look: a tense tour of a Paris commune still in crisis
Where to begin

Where to begin with Gregg Araki

By Katherine McLaughlin

Where to begin with Gregg Araki
Where to begin

Where to begin with Gregg Araki

By Katherine McLaughlin

Where to begin with Gregg Araki
Reviews

Film of the week: Vs. lets the Southend rap battles fly

By Katherine McLaughlin

Film of the week: Vs. lets the Southend rap battles fly
Lists

19 films every nostalgic 90s music fan should watch

By Hannah Gatward, Katherine McLaughlin and others

19 films every nostalgic 90s music fan should watch
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10 great unreleased films of 2017

By Katherine McLaughlin and Paul O’Callaghan

10 great unreleased films of 2017
Reviews

Mandy first look: Nicolas Cage wreaks revenge at the fiery gates of hell

By Katherine McLaughlin

Mandy first look: Nicolas Cage wreaks revenge at the fiery gates of hell
Where to begin

Where to begin with Agnès Varda

By Katherine McLaughlin

Where to begin with Agnès Varda
Where to begin

Where to begin with Agnès Varda

By Katherine McLaughlin

Where to begin with Agnès Varda
Reviews

Girl first look: a touching portrait of a transgender ballet dancer

By Katherine McLaughlin

Girl first look: a touching portrait of a transgender ballet dancer