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15 November 2019,
A damning portrait of zero-hours contracts, private debt and public austerity in Brexit Britain.
‘Joker’ Review: This Dark Tale of Gotham City Shows How a Hellish Populism Could Take Hold of Our Society
7 October 2019,
Chris Sullivan gives his take on the controversial new film starring Joaquin Phoenix and compares its dystopian vision with 1970s New York and the UK today.
3 October 2019,
Chris Sullivan reviews the film Judy and considers how the star became a victim of her own fame.
30 July 2019,
DJ and writer Chris Sullivan on the debate about where Rave culture first took hold in Britain.
5 July 2019,
Chris Sullivan hails a new addition to the Marvel franchise, that marvels with its spectacle when all else fails.
25 June 2019,
WAG Club founder and DJ Chris Sullivan reminisces and riffs about the rave scene of the late 80s
17 June 2019,
Chris Sullivan on the age-old debate about whether fictional displays of violence increase it in reality, now informed by some groundbreaking research.
28 May 2019,
Chris Sullivan, DJ and writer remembers Steve Strange, lead singer of Visage and the New Romantic Movement on what would have been his 60th birthday.
17 May 2019,
DJ and writer Chris Sullivan on the timely new film 'Beats' as he explores 30 years of rave culture in the UK.
8 May 2019,
Writer and DJ Chris Sullivan explores how 'Amazing Grace', the new Sydney Pollack film finally released nearly 50 years after its original due date, got him thinking about the origins of Gospel music.
23 April 2019,
Chis Sullivan searches for impoverished drug-fueled reality in the late Nat Finkelstein's Photography Exhibition, 'In and Out of Warhol’s Orbit' from his past interviews with Nat and the people who knew the the Factory best.
10 April 2019,
Chris Sullivan celebrates the gritty revisionism of the modern Western, but wonders whether Bad Smells alone are Good Enough
3 April 2019,
Willem Dafoe's performance as Van Gogh is "beyond brilliant" says Chris Sullivan, who ponders whether creativity is always close to madness.
1 April 2019,
The tolerance and acceptable of 1980s Britain is to be admired far more than Dallas, big shoulder pads and synth pop, says Chris Sullivan.
15 March 2019,
Undeniably, the opioid/heroin epidemic sweeping the United States is the greatest drug endemic to ever hit the country. Indeed, more people died of overdoses in 2017 than all US military personnel killed during both the Vietnam and Iraq conflicts and more than those killed by guns, car, AIDS in any single year in the US.
8 March 2019,
Journalist and DJ Chris Sullivan on the tired "magic formula" for gaming the Academy Awards system
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