• What is the Destructive Potential of Robots? The Boston Robot Dog

    Roma Coombe explores the destructive implications of Boston Dynamics' latest robotic creation....
  • TV Review: You – Season 2

    Season Two of Netflix’s hit crime drama sees the infamous Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) take obsession to a new level, with Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble’s unexpected twists and turns sure to leave you looking over your shoulder....
  • Film Review: Terminator: Dark Fate

    “The thing that won’t die, in the nightmare that won’t end.” In 1984, this was one of the taglines for James Cameron’s The Terminator and sadly in 2019 it has become an apt description for the franchise itself....
  • Stranger than fiction? Musical cameos in popular TV and film

    Celebrities have long popped up in places we least expect them, and I’m not talking about in cafes or in the high street. I’m talking about television and film, and about the musicians who star even when we least expect it. There are some great examples and some terrible...
  • What happens when a self-driving car kills someone?

    While the idea of a self-driving car crashing and killing someone may sound like the storyline of the next Black Mirror episode, a driverless Uber being the cause of the death of a pedestrian in Tempe, Arizona last month has made this scenario a reality. While Uber has now...
  • What does Black Mirror Season Four say about Modern Society?

    Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror is a British anthology series of distinct horror stories, disparate in genre and characters, but alike in their focus on the negative impact of technology. The highly anticipated fourth season was released in December 2017, consisting of six episodes. This season is darker than ever,...
  • Black Mirror: San Junipero’s Match Made in Heaven

    Double-Emmy-Award-Winning San Junipero follows a party girl determined to live life to the fullest without any emotional attachments – that is until she falls for another girl. Its writer, Charlie Brooker, is renowned for his dark story-telling, but San Junipero unexpectedly became one of the most uplifting queer love...