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Review: Hercules

Review: Hercules

4th Aug 2014 by Luke Barratt
Luke Barratt enjoys Hollywood's latest quasi-classical offering
Review: Morrissey – World Peace is None of Your Business

Review: Morrissey – World Peace is None of Your Business

4th Aug 2014 by Ben Wilkinson-Turnbull
Ben Wilkinson-Turnbull reviews Morrisey’s new album.
Review: Hide Your Smiling Faces

Review: Hide Your Smiling Faces

3rd Aug 2014 by Sam Joyce
This tale of childhood and mortality tugs at the heart strings to hauntingly poetic effect
The Smiths: Then and Now

The Smiths: Then and Now

3rd Aug 2014 by Ben Wilkinson-Turnbull
30 years on, Cherwell examines the legacy of The Smiths' self-titled album
Review: Phox – Phox

Review: Phox – Phox

3rd Aug 2014 by Stephen Bradshaw
Stephen Bradshaw reviews the sun-filled melting pot that is Phox's debut album
Review: Laurence Clark: Moments of Instant Regret

Review: Laurence Clark: Moments of Instant Regret

1st Aug 2014 by Rose Sykes
Rose Sykes find this Edinburgh Preview hilariously close to the bone
Review: Utopia

Review: Utopia

30th Jul 2014 by Hendrik Ehlers
Utopia is a brilliantly crafted example of just how good British TV drama can be
Review: Grand Central

Review: Grand Central

28th Jul 2014 by Sam Joyce
Rebecca Zlotowski's film about forbidden love treads beyond just illicit romance and tackles identity, appearance...
Cheltenham Music Festival: A page turner’s view

Cheltenham Music Festival: A page turner’s view

28th Jul 2014 by Joseph Fell
Joseph Fell takes a behind-the-scenes look at the Cheltenham Music Festival.
Oxford in World War I

Oxford in World War I

28th Jul 2014 by Luke Barratt
On the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of WWI, Luke Barratt looks at how the war affected Oxford and the University
Review: Transformers: Age of Extinction

Review: Transformers: Age of Extinction

28th Jul 2014 by Ollie Johnson
Robots, sparks and cars all combine to create an incomparably lazy monstrosity
Interview: Regis Philbin

Interview: Regis Philbin

25th Jul 2014 by Cody Gifford
Cody Gifford sits down with Regis Philbin.
A day on the set of a student film: Waterbird/Catkins

A day on the set of a student film: Waterbird/Catkins

25th Jul 2014 by Ollie Johnson, Tom Barrie
We spent the day with the crew of two student films being shot in Oxford, to see what the best of the amateur film...
Review: Sex Tape

Review: Sex Tape

25th Jul 2014 by Cody Gifford
Lacking severely in humour, Sex Tape is left to fester in its own awkward and unfunny squalor
Review: Njal's Saga

Review: Njal's Saga

24th Jul 2014 by Andrew McLean
Andrew McLean finds Marquez in Medieval Iceland
Review: Monty Python Live (mostly)

Review: Monty Python Live (mostly)

24th Jul 2014 by Bethan Roberts
Are they the messiahs, or just very naughty boys? The verdict is in.
OOTB charity single gets Shakira seal of approval

OOTB charity single gets Shakira seal of approval

24th Jul 2014 by Alex Stronell
Out of the Blue’s charity single, ‘Hips Don’t Lie,’ plugged by Shakira
Review: Marina Abramović, 512 Hours

Review: Marina Abramović, 512 Hours

23rd Jul 2014 by Naomi Polonsky
Naomi Polonsky experiences performance art history in the making
Review: Skylight

Review: Skylight

23rd Jul 2014 by Bethan Roberts
Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy star in this timely revival of David Hare's 1995 work
Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

21st Jul 2014 by Sam Joyce
Though the simian performances ultimately carry the title, Planet of the Apes is ironically let down by its...
Review: Great Britain

Review: Great Britain

18th Jul 2014 by Freya Judd
Freya Judd finds Richard Bean's satire to be funny but flawed