Category : Television

REVIEW: What Would Your Kids Do?

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Jason Manford plays the big kid hosting this new ITV game show, which combines Channel 4’s the Secret Life of 5 Year Olds with just about any basic TV game show. The show is structured in rounds in which three sets of parents are challenged to predict what their child … Read More

REVIEW: Flatpack Empire

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The first episode of this new series which goes behind the scenes of furniture giant, Ikea, proved an interesting watch. It begins exploring the humble beginnings of the company, first started in 1943, and explores how its concept was initially received compared to now. The company had been small when … Read More

Not Alone Review: It’s Okay to Ask for Help

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Not Alone is a documentary directed by Jacqueline Monetta and Kiki Goshay that discusses depression in teenagers. After Monetta’s high school best friend committed suicide, she questioned whether she could have said or done anything that would have helped her. She created this documentary to de-stigmatise the conversation about depression … Read More

Nuzzle into Netflix this Valentines

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Valentines Day has arrived and you’re without a date? Stick Netflix on. How are you going to get through that annual slog of a day, the one consisting of vomit-inducing Facebook posts, happiness and love whilst you’re alone on your sofa? Well it costs £5.99 a month and it’s called … Read More

Black Mirror: A Ranking

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Here is Lifestyle and Culture’s ranking of all 19 episodes from worst to best Metalhead S4E5 While well-filmed and acted, this post-apocalyptic episode with a very violent dog-like machine pursuing a woman is just boring. In another show, this might’ve been a standout, but this is Black Mirror. Playtest S3E2 … Read More

Tv Shows to Look out for In 2018

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Many of our favourite shows are returning this year, and there are some new additions to the small screen which show promise. Here is a run down of a few big ones to look out for this year. The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story – FX The second … Read More

Don’t Worry, It’s Only The End of the F***ing World

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When “The End of the F***ing World” popped up as suggestion on Netflix, I did not think I would like it and merely put it on as something to watch in the background, as something that would not distract me from all the things I needed to do. I was … Read More

Peaky Blinders Episode 6: End of the Road

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The final instalment of Peaky Blinders was widely expected to be an eye-opener for many an audience, and it was. It dealt with a number of recurring issues that have been raised throughout the series and was wholly satisfying in its conclusion. One issue to raise would be Luca Changretta’s … Read More

‘A Wasp in a Glass’: Peaky Blinders Episode 4 Review

11 months ago / 0 comments

Tensions and plotlines begin to finally culminate, spinning a thread of revenge since the beginning of the series. A number of notable scenes are acted throughout the episode, one of the first entailing Changretta’s thirst for Shelby blood. It seems as if Polly’s cunning plan falls short but swiftly reveals … Read More

Netflix’s The Sinner: An Enthralling Watch

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Based on the novel by Petra Hammesfahr, The Sinner follows Cora Tannetti (Jessica Biel), whose life spirals out of control after she commits a seemingly senseless murder in broad daylight. As she tries to unravel the psychological layers behind her crime with the help of the gruff, troubled Detective Harry … Read More