Clémence Smith discusses the dangers of allowing voice assistants into our homes.
Caitlin Barr discusses the effects of the Amazon workers’ Black Friday strike, ‘Make Amazon Pay’.
Lucy Aylmer, Deputy Editor, looks into the nature of NHS contracts during the pandemic
Imogen Williams discusses the launch of uk.bookshop.org, an independent bookseller to rival Amazon.
Rachael Powell investigates Amazon’s role during the pandemic and its reputation for poor working conditions, begging the question, can we and should we boycott Amazon?
Isaac Bettridge finds Hunters to be tonally conflicted but constantly entertaining.
Tabby Burnett finds Amazon’s Modern Love to be an uneven but worthwhile collage of stories.
Sam Esmail’s Homecoming has become a bit of a critical darling in the last few weeks. Any article or review has given Esmail olympic praise – and for good reason. The show is a triumph of cinematography and writing, a triumph reserved for Esmail himself, who has taken the limelight as the show’s ‘creator’. This […]
Sam Esmail has done it again. After the success of Mr Robot – arguably the best show on TV – he has stepped into the director’s chair for all ten of these brilliantly-constructed episodes and proven himself to be one of the most creative individuals working in the entertainment industry. The look of Homecoming is […]
Lent is one of my favourite times of year. I don’t really know why because it involves self-sacrifice, not something I particularly enjoy, and I’m not at all religious, but something about it gives me a sense of satisfaction that is worth the sacrifice. Like a lot of people (I hope), I fake productivity by […]