George A. Romero revolutionised horror cinema in 1968 when he released Night of the Living Dead, the first in a long series of zombie movies spanning more than four decades, and cementing the tropes that still characterise the zombie archetype today.
Nick Rowland’s feature length debut is an unrelenting tale of split loyalties, taking the well trodden ground of choosing between your blood family or your chosen one yet making it feel bracingly fresh.
The UK’s biggest celebration of new Spanish and Latin American cinema ¡Viva! Festival is back at HOME for its 26th year.
Little Wimmin by Figs in Wigs runs 5-7, 11-14 March 2020 at HOME Manchester. https://homemcr.org/production/little-wimmin/
Greed is definitely not about Sir Philip Green. Steve Coogan’s power-hungry, wealth-hoarding, egomaniacal, self-centred and image-obsessed character Sir Richard McCreadie is in no way, shape, or form similar to the Topshop tycoon.
Five homes Bruno Fernandes could move into if he signs for Manchester United.
This is a love story set against the backdrop of racist America in director Melina Matsoukas’ first full-length movie – Queen & Slim. Josh Poyser reviews…
An award-winning play remembering the 1981 Moss Side riots returns to Manchester at the end of this month.
The Shadow brings the unconscious self into the light in this must-see show about the parts of ourselves we can’t see as Company Chameleon presents a dark psychological thriller told through dance and movement.
Ahead of the world premiere of The Shadow, a dark psychological thriller told through dance and movement, the co-artistic director of the company behind the new production – Company Chameleon – spoke exclusively to Mancunian Matters.
Chaotic horror comedy romp Come to Daddy from Kiwi director Ant Timpson is an outlandish tale of father son bonding under the most extreme circumstances, that manages to defy expectations at every turn.