Arts & Culture
Arts & Culture
24 July 2017

Dunkirk: a British myth

Christopher Nolan’s visceral retelling probes at some old misconceptions.

17 July 2017

The undying legacy of George Romero

Few gave the idea of the zombie as much life as he did.

14 July 2017

Three cheers for Thom Yorke

Rejecting BDS is the most rock’n’roll thing he’s ever done.

13 July 2017

Total eclipse of the charts

In the age of streaming, the Top 10 is dead.

7 July 2017

No, Jay-Z is not anti‑Semitic

If rap was PC, no one would listen to it.

Ink: the Sun story for Guardianistas

James Graham’s play lacks the tabloid’s priapic vigour.

26 June 2017

Corbyn at Glasto: hero of the leisured class

Now we know how bourgeois Labour has become.

16 June 2017

Why feminists can’t enjoy Wonder Woman

Their political myopia sucks the fun from this brilliant blockbuster.

15 June 2017

The postmodern roots of the
alt-right

Kill All Normies provides a powerful analysis of the new online culture wars.

Maher and Griffin: in defence of bad taste

Comics should never apologise for ‘crossing the line’.