In light of Harry and Meghans new documentary series on Netflix, Charlie Oldroyd delve into the impact of media on our royal family and what it means to seek privacy outside the institution.
Netflix’s adaptation of the Addams Family franchise is an entertaining, nostalgia-filled triumph, finds Lisette Reed
Jess Cadogan sings the praises of Sebastian Lelio’s psychological thriller The Wonder, with Florence Pugh giving a reliable excellent performance
Shagnick Bhattacharya can find no faults with Netflix’s reimagining of the anti-war classic
Ewan Edwards briefs readers on what to expect this season and the potential backlash in the wake of HMS Queen Elizabeth’s death
Matthew Bowden finds that Adam Sandler’s amiable, committed performance slightly elevates Hustle beyond the run-of-the-mill sports drama
Matthew Bowden, Screen Editor, delves into why Spiderhead ultimately disappoints and fails to live up to its potential.
Review: Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022) Pollyanna Roberts finds only a modicum of fun in Netflix’s direct sequel to Hooper’s canonical slasher and an overabundance of superficiality and missteps. As an avid horror fan and an aficionado of Tobe Hooper’s 1974 The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, I was simultaneously excited and sceptical for Netflix’s 2022 direct […]
Print Lifestyle Editor Danni Darrah discusses whether sex education should place a greater emphasis on pleasure when teaching safe sex.
Review: Red Notice Beneath its glitzy cast and financial success, Lucy Evans identifies a distinct lack of focus in Netflix’s recent crime caper. Red Notice is Netflix’s latest action-comedy and follows an art thief, an FBI agent and a criminal as they race to find a bejeweled egg, each with their own motives. Insider reported […]