In Netflix’s new found-footage horror series, demonic cults in haunted buildings are almost secondary, as time itself becomes the primal source of supernatural terror.
Charles Bukowski wrote for people who were as addicted, disillusioned and outside of society as himself, creating tales of total burn-out in the ‘Golden Age of Capitalism’. Yet, in the past decade his writings have become associated with misogyny and the politics of the Far-Right. How should we consume his work? And should we even bother?
Labour is repeating the mistakes of every left-wing movement in history by splitting into increasingly irreconcilable factions of Corbynist maximalists and Starmerian reformists. Is there a way to avoid the trauma of 2019 and unite the party?