• TV Review: You

    Having taken the internet by storm since its UK release, Netflix’s original series You is an easy to watch, ever so slightly trashy thriller based on the novel by Caroline Kepnes. “You is tantalisingly engrossing” You tells the story of Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley), a bookstore manager from New...
  • TV Review: The Little Drummer Girl

    The six-part adaptation struggles somewhat to convey the intricacies of the tight plot, but more than makes up for it with gripping performances. “A tense and subtle thriller” The Little Drummer Girl, a recent BBC/AMC mini-series based on the 1983 John le Carré spy novel, is a tense and subtle...
  • TV Review: Sainsbury’s Christmas Advert

    Yes, I know what you’re thinking, if the Christmas advert isn’t heart-wrenchingly John Lewis, you aren’t interested right? I’m calling you out on that and saying that the Sainsbury’s advert is THE highlight of the Christmas period. Put your tinsel-wrapped pitchforks down and hear me out. “The curtains pull...
  • TV Review: Daredevil – Season 3

    The original Netflix superhero series returns for its third outing, and demonstrates the art of simplicity with a scaled-back, but nonetheless engaging, tale about vengeance, betrayal and manipulation. Following his apparent death at the end of The Defenders in 2017, blind lawyer Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) proves to be very much...
  • TV Review: Doctor Who – Series 11

    Even in its 55th year, Doctor Who proves that it still possesses the magic formula to keep things fresh, exciting and extremely watchable. With a vibe that’s equal parts classic and modern, this is everything Doctor Who should be. “I can safely say I am in no way disappointed”...
  • TV Review: Elite

    English Spanish show ‘Elite’ has hit the screens, and it has emerged to gain an elite status out of the newly added shows. Eight forty-five-minute episodes of highly executed thriller, but are there some familiar clichés? Like Riverdale, Elite is one of those shows that would grab our attention...
  • TV Review: Better Call Saul – Season Four

    Reeling from the shocking climax of Season Three, the latest instalment of the Breaking Bad prequel consistently hits – and very often succeeds – the lofty heights of its acclaimed predecessor. Following the tragic end of the last series, Better Call Saul sees Jimmy McGill retreat into ethically murky schemes, putting...