The Graham Norton Show has always been one of my favourite shows to watch. Airing just half an hour after Gogglebox finishes on a Friday, it never fails to provide me (and my housemates) with the late night entertainment and laughter needed after a long week. While others are out partying, me and my ol’ self are sat… Continue reading The best of Graham Norton
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
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?
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
After binge-watching Elite season 1 and 2 over Christmas simply because I was so tired of seeing the trailer on my Netflix, the Spanish teen drama has returned for its third season and as expected, from the very first episode I was hooked. Elite follows a bunch of rich kids at a private school tearing each other apart… Continue reading Review: Elite Season 3
It has taken me 3 days to write this review since watching the film as to actually write the review, that would mean having to think deeply about the film again which equates to tears and sadness, which really I’ve done enough of these past few days. All The Bright Places is adapted from the… Continue reading Review: All The Bright Places (15)
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