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Les Camp des Saints: The Modern Alt-Right and the Fear of Reverse Colonisation

‘What if they were to come? I did not know who “they” were, but it seemed inevitable to me that the numberless disinherited people of the South would, like a […]

A Clockwork Orange: Artistic Triumph and Sexual Perversion

It has been a whole forty-six years since the release of Kubrick’s sensationally violent film, A Clock Orange, which was based upon Burgess’ novel of the same name. The tale […]

Exclusive Review: Beautiful Boy

Drug addiction was such an abused subject to tackle in a film that you rarely see “drug films” (such as Requiem for a Dream or Trainspotting) nowadays. They mostly act […]

Kingdoms of Yore: The Confusing Matter of English Heritage.

‘The people of the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms tell their story, in their own words. Explore the beginnings of the English language and English literature.’ Those were some of the words used […]

8 things to do in Madrid for under €5

Whilst Madrid is one of Europe’s cheaper cities, it’s still a capital city and therefore carries a larger price tag than many other destinations on the continent. But the price […]

Banksy: Activist, Anarchist, or Consumer Art Addict?

Banksy’s art, politics and controversies have made them a household name since their first appearances in the early 2000s. His works, which have appeared both on decrepit London walls and […]

Job Hunting for your Year Abroad

Now that I’ve managed to get my ideal internship for my year abroad I’ve almost forgotten the painful process leading up to that job offer (or rather my brain has […]

Feminism vs. Love: Loving Your Oppressor

Star-crossed lovers are a classic trope. The idea of two people bound by the most powerful force there is but held apart by the universe pulls at our heartstrings like […]

Turn Your Phone into a Film Camera (HUJI)

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