Our zine celebrates the best of blockbusters, cult hits and fave films, where the pretty and the deadly do things that are pretty deadly. On film. Our ninth issue is themed all around the film trend ‘Good For Her’. First given a name by @cinematogrxphy on Twitter, the ‘Good For Her’ are women’s stories that provoke a feeling of camaraderie and catharsis in the audience, even or maybe especially when the women on screen are violent and vengeful in their victories. They can be wrenching themselves free from trauma, or just finally getting theirs. From the machinations of Amazing Amy in Gone Girl, to the delicious emancipation of Thomasin in The Witch, or even more conventional protagonists like those of Knives Out, The Invisible Man or Ready or Not, something fun and fascinating happens to audiences when a movie irises out on the glint in a woman’s eye. This is something more than the femme fatale of noir, this is the femme vivant, getting one over on the world that got one over on her first, and you know what? …fair play to her. Featuring art, essays and ideas by Jess Dunne, Graham Scott, Katie Fleming, Luke Maxwell, Ygrainne Hackett-Cantabrana, James Hudson and Luke Dunne.