Hunter X Hunter. The Seven Deadly Sins. Naruto. Titles such as these bounce from the tongues of eager fans as some of the most engrossing long-time manga and anime adaptations to date. Their plots are […]
Beloved manga and anime Boku no Hero Academia falls under the threat of the axe after writer Horikoshi delves too far into the more war-torn aspects of Japan‘s history.
Arts and Culture Editor Tanika Lane reviews the trailer for upcoming film Emma, following the antics of meddlesome busybody Emma Woodhouse.
Tanika Lake takes a look at David Letterman’s latest Netflix-special interview with one of India’s kings of cinema, Shah Rukh Khan.
A glorious concoction of musical nostalgia with intellectual intrigue, the Lincoln Center Theatre Production’s adaption of The King and I comes to Leeds Grand and proves a stellar opportunity to indulge in a night out […]
Arts Editor Tanika Lane challenges the Horrible Histories: Black History Month Edition – are they still tiptoeing around the truth?
From action-packed games to soft play there are then loads of options for some nostalgic DS gameplay!
Tanika Lane details the return of anime cult-classic ‘Fruits Basket’ as it is successfully revived for 2019
Arts and Culture editor Tanika Lane gives you a run-down of Hyde Park’s famous cinema
*SPOILER AND TRIGGER WARNINGS (graphic details of sexual violence)* If this review is difficult to write, that is only because the series was near impossible to watch – and all the more excellent for it. […]
Spirited. Provocative. Profound. Coisa Mais Linda proves an incredible Netflix find which explores so many of the turbulences of modern womanhood – from romance to abandonment, cluelessness to independence, desolation to excitement – all deliciously […]
One would have to dig pretty deep into the upside down to find someone totally estranged from the Netflix phenomena that is Stranger Things. An ingenious concoction of heart-stopping horror alongside cosmic aesthetics and bubbly […]