• “Doesn’t Reach High Enough” – Film Review: The Gray Man

    The Gray Man is the new big budget action thriller heading straight for your Netflix screens. Daniel Evans finds out whether it is worth spending your evening with a stellar cast of Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans and Ana de Armas....
  • “Disturbing And Remarkably Believable, When You Look Back Over The Clues” – TV Review: The Woman In The House Across The Street From The Girl In The Window

    The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window, originally titled ‘The Woman in the House’ is a dark thriller, bordering on a parody of traditional mystery psychological thrillers. It was released on Netflix in early 2022. Hannah Walton-Hughes discusses this binge-worthy TV series......
  • Could Dune Become This Years Most Out-Of-This-World Cinematic Experience?

    Jerome Gerada As the world we live in gradually devolves into more of a twisted dystopia by the day, audiences may feel at ease settling into the fictional world of Arrakis, the main setting for Denis Villeneuve’s new film adaptation, Dune. The 1965 novel, from the creative mind of...
  • Trailer Watch – Killing Eve Season Three

    If there is one TV show that could distract me from being in lockdown during a pandemic, it’s Killing Eve. Although the second series, written by Emerald Fennel rather than Phoebe Waller-Bridge, felt rather slow and lacklustre, the trailer for the third series suggests the show might be capitalising...
  • The Perfect Playlist for Fright Night!

    Halloween season is official here! Who doesn’t love a good scary movie, an unlimited number of treats and playing the odd trick or two? Whether you’re throwing your first Halloween bash or simply just wanting to get in the spooky spirit, I’ve found and listed 15 tunes (and my...
  • The Mousetrap @ Theatre Royal

    Having heard rave reviews of The Mousetrap from my friends and peers, I was ecstatic to see the show for myself. Oddly, knowing extremely little about the longest running show in the world, I went into Agatha Christie’s most famous – though not her greatest – whodunit with high...
  • Why Pop Music Matters

    Pop music is often disregarded as repetitive and low-effort. Being one of the most formulaic genres and one with the greatest reach, these criticisms apply to a lot of ´artists´, who follow a pattern to produce hit upon hit. However, whether we like it or not, the genre´s popularity...