TV shows

LGBTQ+ representation we actually enjoyed watching

n the past, LGBTQ+ representation on TV was incredibly sparse. You were lucky if you even got an accurate representation of a lesbian character or a bisexual individual. Transgender characters were almost non-existent. Most of the time, these characters were also put in to appease the masses demanding more representation or ten times out of… Continue reading LGBTQ+ representation we actually enjoyed watching

TV shows

Is Saturday night television a thing of the past?

With the return of Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, it’s interesting to wonder if Saturday night television is still a thing. Do viewers at home sit down with their Dominos or their Indians and stick the TV on? Or rather, are we in a new age in which Netflix, Amazon Prime and Apple TV are… Continue reading Is Saturday night television a thing of the past?

Film

The Witch: an unconventional horror film that will not fail to give you the creeps

Set in 1630s New England, characters William and Katherine lead a devout Christian life with five children. Exiled from their settlement when William defies the local church, this is a movie that watches characters turn on one another at the hands of the supernatural. Written and directed by Robert Eggers in what was actually his… Continue reading The Witch: an unconventional horror film that will not fail to give you the creeps

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Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 7

In our current state of lockdown boredom, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is the possibly one of the best shows to watch at the moment with the humour, drama and well-developed characters that will get you hooked from the very start. And it just so happens that we have been blessed with a new season. Last time we visited the… Continue reading Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 7