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Daredevil: Season 2 of the Marvel and Netflix partnership

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Read at your own risk if you haven’t finished watching Daredevil season two. The Devil of Hell’s Kitchen is back on Netflix, following the success of Daredevil season one and Jessica Jones. This time Doug Petrie and Marco Ramirez have taken over the show from Steven S. DeKnight. The first … Read More

Debate: Should Eddie Redmayne Have Played The Danish Girl?

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FOR Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months you would have heard about Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne’s casting as Lili Elbe in The Danish Girl. Born Einar Wegener, Lili was the first recorded person to have male to female sex reassignment surgery so she could … Read More

Review: The Danish Girl – More than meets the eye

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On the surface Tom Hooper’s (Les Misérables, The Kings Speech) The Danish Girl is the typical winter-release Oscar fodder that’s expected to sweep the floor come awards season. However, there is more to this film than the controversy of Eddie Redmayne’s casting and the stunning costumes. Set in Denmark, Eddie … Read More

BBC’s War and Peace: The story so far

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We all know of Tolstoy’s infamous thousand page novel; not many of us have read it, but we might consider using it as a door stop on the off chance we happen to have a copy in our possession. The good old folks at the BBC have decided to grace … Read More

Amazon TV: Man in the High Castle

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With Netflix pulling in the views and the phrase of the year, Amazon have seriously stepped up to the stage with their adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s novel Man in the High Castle. Set in an alternate timeline where the Axis powers won World War II and the United States … Read More

Review: Zaap Thai

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Zaap Thai in the Grand Arcade is the latest addition to Leeds’ booming street food industry. Walking in, you’re greeted by an authentic Thai atmosphere with street signs, rickshaws, and free popcorn straight from Bangkok market. Friendly staff showed us to our seats and explained the menu, giving us insight … Read More

‘Hesitant Alien’ Album Review

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Is this really the poster boy for emo-rock that we all came to know and love? Gerard Way’s debut solo album Hesitant Alien sheds the emo exterior for a strangely joyful ode to Brit-Pop. Free of the macabre expectations of My Chemical Romance, Gerard Way’s solo album punches its way … Read More