All posts tagged Comedy

Film Review: Frozen II

Winter turns to autumn, as the Frozen franchise matures into an epic of strong characterisation, emotional storytelling and an elevated emphasis on the bigger picture. In 2013, Frozen took the […]

Issues of Attraction: From Curtis Pritchard to Paul Hollywood

Amongst the many embarrassments, humiliations and accidents of my life, one key factor has prevailed in all of them: my taste in men. I have to confess, dear reader, that […]

We were on a BREAK – The greatest Friends dilemma

Ladies, let’s discuss this epic two decade old debate.   Were Rachel and Ross, in fact, on a break?   What does ‘break’ even mean?   Was what Ross did […]

Exclusive Review of Booksmart

Man, there have been a lot of teen flicks recently haven’t there? Not that I’m complaining, as it’s a genre of film that I’ve grown very fond of. But what […]

Does Comedy Do Enough to Reflect Cultural Diversity?

Mornings on Channel 5 continue to bedevil me, and amplify my cries for Mr Wright’s return. Therefore I’ve gone with something a little different – some aural entrées before breakfast, […]

Fancy a laugh? – Student Budget Friendly Comedy Clubs in London.

I don’t know about you, but I’ve reached that point in the term where the combination of looming final lectures, daunting essay deadlines and impending career prospects are engulfing me […]

Dinner is Coming – an immersive dining experience influenced by Game of Thrones.

Since the first episode of Game of Thrones aired in April 2011, the world has been gripped by its fever and that fever is inevitably going to intensify with the […]

Music Review: Total Consumption and Other Acts @ The Black Heart, Camden

This Saturday at The Black Heart in Camden, I lost my Grindcore and death metal virginity with the help from a collection of brilliant bands- Total Consumption, Part Cannon, Kaasschaaf […]

Exclusive Film Review: Happy Death Day 2U

Happy Death Day was a surprisingly enjoyable horror-comedy that, although limited by a PG-13 rating, managed to be a competent slasher as well as a creative homage to Groundhog Day. […]