All posts tagged netflix

Make this summer count

Whether it’s your penultimate year, your final year, or (to all you keen newbies reading) your first year, the next academic year officially begins on Monday 24thSeptember 2018. With this […]

’13 Reasons Why’ semi-colon tattoos are becoming so popular

I actually only know of one real reason why semi-colon tattoos are becoming so popular, but this trend is intimately linked to the Netflix series ‘13 Reasons Why’. The series […]

Aimless Days: 4 Films to Check Out

For most of us, we are very close to finishing, or have finished, this academic year at university. With the end of this high-stress exam period you are likely to […]

The One Where Ross Geller is THE WORST

You know that feeling when you have three essays plus a dissertation to write, so to cope with stress you binge watch Friends? That’s where I am right now. Usually, […]

Mute Review – Tonally Confused and Narratively Uninspired, Duncan Jones’ Sci-Fi Thriller Has Nothing New to Say

In numerous interviews discussing Mute, Duncan Jones has admitted that his latest film is somewhat of a passion project that has been in development hell for years. However, it’s finally […]

Top 4 Netflix Original Series to Binge-Watch!

It is no secret that Netflix has been growing as a media company over the past few years, and has claimed its place in the world of film and television. […]

The Cloverfield Paradox Review – Netflix’s Surprise Cloverfield Sequel Unboldly Goes Where Every Sci-Fi Horror Has Gone Before

In 2008, producer J.J. Abrams and director Matt Reeves shocked the world with the release of a secretive project codenamed Cloverfield, a found footage monster movie that many considered to […]

Food for Thought

Hello, sexy reader! Consider this as your friendly reminder to not only take care of your nutritional diet, but also the brain ‘food’ you take in and digest every day! […]

You can always depend upon the kindness of stranglers:

I’ve always been obsessed with shows and films that dealt with murder and suspense. I don’t recoil at Criminal Minds and CSI; if anything, the fictional, hyperbolic and at times, […]