Bernard Herrmann: Wuthering Heights (Chandos)

Oppenheimer is Christopher Nolan’s best and most important film

Watery idealism is robbing the genre of its fear

Barbie offers a healthy perspective on the relationship between the sexes

Barbenheimer is a true cinematic event

Soaring rents, punitive tax, and the cost of living crisis risks making the country into a version of the dystopian novel The Children of Men

A pro-capitalist cinematic curiosity

For a gay, Hegelian, terrorist-sympathising dialectician, Fassbinder was a rather conservative moviemaker

Near death experiences, rising stars and cut-throat dopplegangers