Posts Tagged: entertainment

EFTTC Radio: ‘Kanye West And Solipsism’

For the first instalment of ‘EFTTC Radio’ Jacob Bolton and Will Burn talk Kanye, his Glastonbury performance, and how his unabashed solipsism qualifies him as a crystallisation of our times. Advertisements

EFTTC Radio: ‘Kanye West And Solipsism’

For the first instalment of ‘EFTTC Radio’ Jacob Bolton and Will Burn talk Kanye, his Glastonbury performance, and how his unabashed solipsism qualifies him as a crystallisation of our times.

Film Trailers are Events Now, But Should We Worry?

How exactly have trailers become ‘events’ in and of themselves? And what exactly does it mean for the future of film?

Film Trailers are Events Now, But Should We Worry?

How exactly have trailers become ‘events’ in and of themselves? And what exactly does it mean for the future of film?

The (As it Were) Seminal Importance of Chat Magazine

For the purposes of this blog (and ergo modern science) I decided to dive headlong into the murky world of Women’s Real Life Weeklies. I regret to say I felt kind of bad about buying it. My snobbish sensibilities got

The (As it Were) Seminal Importance of Chat Magazine

For the purposes of this blog (and ergo modern science) I decided to dive headlong into the murky world of Women’s Real Life Weeklies. I regret to say I felt kind of bad about buying it. My snobbish sensibilities got

Gogglebox: Television and the question of Engagement

For better or worse, television has pretty much always been associated with hordes of brain-dead, sofa-bound imbeciles mechanically chewing on crisps. Whilst we all know that this isn’t true, it’s easy to understand where the image comes from: Television’s job

Gogglebox: Television and the question of Engagement

For better or worse, television has pretty much always been associated with hordes of brain-dead, sofa-bound imbeciles mechanically chewing on crisps. Whilst we all know that this isn’t true, it’s easy to understand where the image comes from: Television’s job