Pistol: “A Biopic that Focused More on The Music and Less on the Band’s Infamous Chaos”

Hyper-sexual, unrehearsed, and lasting a mere three years, the Sex Pistols created an anarchistic legacy that director Danny Boyle crammed into a skewed six-part violently poignant limited series. The Sex Pistols fashioned the seventies music industry with their revolutionary ways of mayhem; however, the series tends to shy away from fully showcasing the unruliness of the late band.  Guitarist, Steve Jones (Toby Wallace) claimed, ‘we’re … Continue reading Pistol: “A Biopic that Focused More on The Music and Less on the Band’s Infamous Chaos”

The Fabulous New Doctor Who: Ncuti Gatwa

Ncuti Gatwa, famous for playing Eric Effiong in the hit Netflix series ‘Sex Education’ has been cast as the latest Doctor in the long running Science fiction show, Doctor Who. He is expected to make his first appearance at the climax of the ‘Centenary Special’ – a 90-minute feature length adventure broadcast as part of the BBC’s 100th anniversary celebrations. He will become the first black … Continue reading The Fabulous New Doctor Who: Ncuti Gatwa

Single Drunk Female: “An Emotional Journey”

Single Drunk Female, is most definitely a binge-worthy show for all those who like a late night watch. With 10, 20-minute long episodes and the most likeable characters. At the time of watching, it had the rare and elusive “100%” on rotten tomatoes. So of course, it was a must to check out. Over the course of 2 and a half days I have been … Continue reading Single Drunk Female: “An Emotional Journey”

Met Gala 2022: A Hit Or Miss?

Iconic designers and fashion icons were able to unite on the famed Metropolitan Museum of Art steps, last night on the second Monday of May 2022. Just 7 months after the “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion” belated red carpet, after a chaotic few years the event was able to debut yet another night to celebrate both historical moments in fashion and introduce upcoming designers … Continue reading Met Gala 2022: A Hit Or Miss?

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent: “A Unique Turn of Events”

A movie no one knew they needed, where the National Treasure star thrives as he play the role of Nicolas Cage. The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent hit theatres on the 22nd of April 2022, where both ‘Rage Cage’ fans and fairly confused cinema goers were united. Many viewers would be drawn in by what seems like a fairly random cast. However, all actors played … Continue reading The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent: “A Unique Turn of Events”

Heartstopper: “An Unbelievably Heart-warming Teen Drama”

Adapted from the best-selling novel series by Alice Oseman, ‘Heartstopper’ is a smash hit Netflix show which hit global screens last Friday. Known for his darker work in ‘Doctor Who’ and ‘Black Mirror’, director Euros Lyn has taken a noticeable, yet effective, creative turn to produce an unbelievably heart-warming teen drama. Within 8 short episodes, Lyn captures multiple LGBT+ themes that are often ignored in … Continue reading Heartstopper: “An Unbelievably Heart-warming Teen Drama”

The Northman: “Going Bigger Than Ever”

With the critically acclaimed ‘The VVitch’ and ‘The Lighthouse’, director Robert Eggers has made a name for himself and has certainly become one of the most exciting talents within Hollywood. Excelling in period pieces so far, Eggers is back with his most ambitious film yet in ‘The Northman’, a Hamlet-inspired Viking epic that steps away from the more intimate settings within his first features. Going … Continue reading The Northman: “Going Bigger Than Ever”

X: “A Quality On Screen That Was Mesmerising”

Seasoned horror movie director Ti West’s X was a perfect showcase of new age slasher and horror as it explores themes of sexual expression when a group of young filmmakers set out to shoot a porn film in the Texas bible-belt during the late 1970’s. X follows the young exotic dancer Maxine (Mia Goth) as she and her older boyfriend Wayne (Martin Henderson), along with … Continue reading X: “A Quality On Screen That Was Mesmerising”

Red (Taylor’s Version): “the musician now has full creative control”

Taylor Swift has released her version of her 2012 album Red, just over 200 days after she released her last re-record. The album may be named red, but Taylor is very much at a creative green light with full speed ahead. With 30 songs this 2hr and 10-minute is a holy experience. The original tracks including 22, I Knew You Were Trouble and Begin Again take us all back to … Continue reading Red (Taylor’s Version): “the musician now has full creative control”

Spencer: “A warpath of defiance against the monarchy”

When I first saw the photos of Kristen Stewart as the cultural icon that is the Princess of Wales on Twitter earlier this year I was both overjoyed at the thought of Stewart finally shaking her label as a “bad actress” due to Twilight’s stamp as “a mess” (Insider’s words not mine), in fact my crumpled Teen Now magazine cover of Taylor Lautner plastered on the back of my … Continue reading Spencer: “A warpath of defiance against the monarchy”