All posts tagged genre

Forbidden romance, vampires, and feminism- the history behind gothic fiction

Said to be one of the pioneers of gothic fiction, Ann Radcliffe published The Mysteries of Udolpho in 1794 and earned £500 from this publication. With The Mysteries of Udolpho, […]

Thrillers- What is it that makes this genre so addictive?

The thriller genre is incredibly vast and involves many sub-genres; mystery-thriller, crime-thriller, horror-thriller, etc. Despite the various sub-genres, the foundation of thrillers remains the same. Suspense is a key aspect […]

Pop Punk Growing Up, Album Review: “Million Dollars to Kill Me” by Joyce Manor

LA punk band Joyce Manor’s new album shows a maturing group honouring their roots. “A Million Dollars to Kill Me,” the new album from Los Angeles punk group Joyce Manor, […]

Exclusive Interview: Amy Lawton @ Coffee House Sessions.

Amy Lawton, a fellow member of QMUL, joins us as part of the Coffee House Sessions Tour. Amy spoke with us at CUB before her performance at the Griff Inn […]

Exclusive Review of ‘A Simple Favour’ & ‘The House with a Clock in Its Walls’.

“Both directors are stepping out of their boxes.” In this article, I will be changing it up and look at two films in one article. Both films may seem different […]

The Best Films of 2018 (So Far…)

August is upon us, now is probably as fitting a time as ever to have a look back at the films that have come out in the UK in 2018 […]

Exclusive Interview with musician Andy Jenkins

It’s rare to find such an experienced artist with such a fleshed-out album seemingly pop out of nowhere, but that’s exactly what Andy Jenkins has done. Although, he hasn’t exactly […]

Sense of Space: art pop-up installation

When you think of central London, you probably think of people rushing about in crisp suits, the tall skyscrapers that form the concrete jungle that is the city, and public […]

Love, Simon Review – Greg Berlanti’s Gay Revision of the Rom-Com is Both Heartfelt and Heartbreaking

Two film genres that have enjoyed a recent resurgence in popularity are the teen coming-of-age and LGBT genres. You only need to look at the 2018 Oscars, which had Call […]