All posts tagged cub magazine

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch Review.

Down the rabbit hole we go. I’m not ashamed to admit that I’ve spent hours watching Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. It’s safe to say I’m a hardcore fan even […]

Exclusive Review: Bumblebee

For 10 years, Michael Bay took the Transformers property and made a tetralogy of awful, bloated, formulaic films that were the most consistent example of how terrible blockbusters can be. […]

Exclusive Review: The Favourite marks Lanthimos’ finest

The historical drama has had a resurgence in the past few years, with the success of shows like The Crown and films like Love and Friendship, a genre that was […]

Get Ready: Fashion Trends for 2019!

Some of you may still be caught in the Christmas spirit, while others may already be thinking about the perfect glittery outfit for entering the New Year in style! However, […]

A Mini-Guide to Spain’s Provinces

Whether you’re deciding on a location for your year abroad or simply looking for your next holiday destination, this mini-guide is the perfect place to start exploring Spain. As you’ll […]

Plaque – In Defence of Addressing Your Build-up.

The other day, I went to the same dentist that I’ve always gone to since childhood in the city I’m from, Toronto. I sat in the same chair, went through […]

Exclusive Interview with Indie Rock Band ‘The Bohos’

The Bohos, an Indie Rock band from Liverpool, are taking the music scene by storm. Comprised of Fin, the lead vocalist; Elliot, the lead guitarist; Ian, the bass guitarist and […]

“If I can speak about mental health – heavyweight champion, six foot nine, 18 stone tough guy – anybody can.” – Tyson Fury

Self-titled as the Gypsy King, the Mancunian heavyweight champion has recently been awarded the title ‘Sports Personality of the Year.’  I’m sure that many of you, like myself, watched in awe […]

Bahrain Art Week: the Middle East and Contemporary Art

A region not historically known for its contemporary art, the Gulf States have endeavoured, quite successfully, to make a name for themselves in the past few years. The opening of […]