All posts tagged cub magazine

It’s sink or swim, and prehistoric shark film, The Meg, swims!

Killer shark films are so common these days that their overall quality has drastically declined. A genre that was popularised by Steven Spielberg with Jaws, a masterpiece, is now one […]

Turn Your Phone into a Film Camera (HUJI)

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Nordic gallows humour shines in bleak Under the Tree

Under the Tree is the third feature film from Icelandic writer and director Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson. Within it, frigid relationships brood and bubble into acts of aggression and violence with a typical Nordic minimalism and […]

Exclusive Review of Gorgon City’s album launch @ Night Tales

An urban, bassline, fairytale…  On the 9th August, I was invited to one of London’s most beloved pop-ups ‘Night Tales’, in Hackney, for Gorgon City’s second album launch. Not all will […]

5 Badass Burgers to Try in East London

It’s August, which only means one thing to a burger-lover like me: Thursday 23rd is National Burger Day! Never heard of it? It’s pretty recent actually, created by Mr Hyde […]

Exclusive Preview: The White Isle Weekend @ Madison Rooftop Bar

As I’m writing this it’s raining outside and this depresses me.  It can only mean one thing: summer is drawing to a close and we have to prepare ourselves to […]

Ant-Man and the Wasp: A light and refreshing entry to the MCU

It’s ironic that the 20th entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is not a grand epic crossover like Infinity War, but instead a sequel to Ant-Man; better remembered for Edgar […]

“Empowered” Women Empower Women

There are times in every woman’s life, in either academic or professional careers, when she is in direct competition with another woman. Sometimes the situation is forced upon her by […]

Michael Jackson: On the Wall – The King of Pop, Fashion and Art

Music, fashion and art have always influenced one another, and throughout Michael Jackson’s iconic reign as the King of Pop, this was and is highly evident. Set to showcase his profound […]