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Review: 13 Reasons Why

13 Reasons Why has taken the world by storm, dubbed by some as ‘The Best Netflix Show in Years’. I read the book when I was about 14, and I remember loving it, so the...

Review: Rick and Morty Season 3 Premiere

Wubalubadubdub! It’s time to get your squanch on, my glip-glops, because Rick and Morty is back. I’ll start by saying that if you haven’t seen Rick and Morty, then for one that opening will...

Whitewashing: a problem from big screen to adverts

Whitewashing has been an issue across all periods of Hollywood, from Mickey Rooney's often excused caricature portrayal of a Japanese man in Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961), to Scarlett Johansson in the recent Ghost in...

What ‘Probably’ Happens in Fast and Furious 8

I’ve never seen a Fast and Furious movie in my life. I don’t have anything against them, I just don’t think we’d get on. From what I can gather, the main bulk of the...

Game of Thrones Season 7 Speculations

Winter is coming, and it arrives July 16th. The white ravens have flown, and the time for speculation is nigh. Those not up to date, do not read on: for the night is dark,...
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Review: Iron Fist

Marvel’s Netflix series have long been the moodier and more stylish cousins in the MCU family, and latest outing Iron Fist is no exception. Blasting Outkast’s ‘So Fresh, So Clean’ and pointedly wearing no...

Disney and Gay Cinema

Queer cinema has a long, rich heritage and now more than ever is the time to be showcasing the wide spectrum of sexualities that exist in our world. In the present day, Disney is...

Interview with Jess Brittain

This week I got the chance to talk to Jess Brittain about her upcoming TV show Clique. She started out in the industry writing episodes for Skins, created by her father, Brian Elsley, and...

Review: A Series of Unfortunate Events

2016 was a blinding year for original programming on Netflix, with shows like The Crown and Stranger Things, Netflix crafted diverse, unique and outstanding TV. With the new year comes more, but for the...

Review: Manchester by the Sea

Manchester by the Sea is a film about dealing with grief and wrongdoing in one's life. Directed by Kenneth Lonergan, a 54 year old playwright and theatre director, the film concerns a Boston janitor,...

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