• Style Icon: Ezra Miller

    With the release of the Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, queer actor Ezra Miller is back where he belongs: on the red carpet. Miller, who came out as queer in 2012, recently told Hollywood Reporter: “Queer just means no, I don’t do that. I don’t identify as a...
  • Has Disney Run Out of Ideas?

    Once upon a time, every child grew up spellbound by the magic of Disney movies. We all cried when Mufasa fell to his doom, we all filled our homes with high-pitched cries of ‘Under The Sea’, and we all sat cross-legged on our living room rug imaging ourselves traversing...
  • 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...
  • An Ode To Stan Lee: ‘If I were a Superhero…’

    “If I were a superhero, I would swoop down and save the many suffering students who fall victim to the terrors of that ‘post-night-out feeling’. Too often, hopeful students go to pre-drinks, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, eagerly anticipating nothing more than an opportunity to let their hair down and relax...
  • Gaming Review: Marvel Spider-Man

    Spider-Man today remains one of the world’s most recognisable and culturally significant superheroes. Portrayed for years in comics, TV, film, and, of course, video games, Spider-Man has received nearly universal critical and commercial success in almost all forms of entertainment. Insomniac Games, praised developer of the likes of Ratchet...
  • Film Review: Venom

    Sony’s latest attempt to steal market share away from the MCU sees reporter Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) discover the aliens known as symbiotes. He and his psychotic alter-ego face off against the Life Foundation and its CEO Carlton Drake (Riz Ahmed), who seek to abuse the symbiotes, a power...
  • Film Review: Incredibles 2

    It’s been 14 years since the first Incredibles hit the silver screen, but finally after the long wait (and an extra month thanks to the World Cup) Incredibles 2 is in cinemas. Written and Directed by Brad Bird, director of the prequel, he only agreed to take the role...