The Beauty of Stranger Things 4/4: “Kate Bush in the Charts?”

Like you, I’ve been hearing Kate Bush’s original rendition of ‘Running Up That Hill’ on repeat for the last few weeks. Essentially, since Stranger Things Season 4 came out. The Netflix phenomenon that began in 2016 has swept entertainment by storm since its initial release, and has skyrocketed the aforementioned Kate Bush track to heights of which it hadn’t ever seen, even during its initial 1980’s … Continue reading The Beauty of Stranger Things 4/4: “Kate Bush in the Charts?”

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”

Review: You

Netflix’s latest psychological thriller series, You, will persuade viewers to delete all social media and buy a nice sturdy pair of curtains… Released on Netflix on Boxing Day, the 10 episode series follows Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) and his pursuit to win over Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail). A bookstore manager in New York City, Joe meets Guinevere (known as ‘Beck’ throughout the series) when she … Continue reading Review: You