All posts tagged murder

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 […]

Behind the scenes of the Islamic State: Who are we really fighting?

As the wave of attacks that took place in Western Europe in 2015-2016 calmed down, news about ISIS has slowly faded into the background over the past couple of years. […]

A Look into 2019’s Books.

There is nothing better than pre-ordering a book, forgetting about said book, then having it arrive on your doorstep seemingly by magic. Here are some of my personal favourites of 2019 […]

The Grinch – A Conspiracy Theory.

How the Grinch unknowingly almost committed mass Genocide. Chris Meledandri, known for his work with the films inspired by the Dr. Seuss books and The Despicable Me franchise, has expanded […]

La Bayadère Review – An Ode to the Corps.

Warning *spoilers* will follow! After eschewing my preference for happy endings to such success in my last trip to the Royal Opera house to see Mayerling, I decided to repeat […]

Heathers: teenage murder-comedy turns 30

Michael Lehmann’s cult dark-comedy Heathers is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a re-mastered re-release in UK cinemas. And with this comes the opportunity to have another look at the film that cemented both Winona Ryder […]

The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn

Disturbing, astonishing and beautifully written, The Woman in the Window has been deemed the thriller of 2018. With the recent calamitous fervour surrounding Gone Girl and The Girl on the […]

Peril at End House by Agatha Christie

“A classic whodunnit, Christie is the queen of crime!” – CUB’s perfect summer detective read   The first accident: a heavy picture that falls on Miss Buckley’s bed. The second […]

Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng

“ A powerful and poignant read about familial relationships – a CUB must-read!”   In a small town in Ohio in the 1970s, Lydia Lee is the favourite child of […]