If you loved reading Sally Rooney’s Normal People and binged all 12 episodes of the screen adaptation in one night as I did, you may be suffering from a Connell and Marianne shaped hole in […]
In Extraction, ex-Asgardian Chris Hemsworth plays a stoic Australian mercenary, Tyler Rake, flung into a world of crime. Rake’s recruitment is directed by handler Nik (Golshifteh Farahani) and also features warring Indian and Bangladeshi drug […]
If there’s any time to consume a 720-page book, it is lockdown. This was my thinking as I picked up A Little Life, alert to the fact that it would take a little lifetime to […]
Words are English. Books are English. Everything is English. Well, that’s what the VisitBritain ‘Literary Hotspot’ map seems to suggest. VisitBritain tweeted out an illustrative map in which all the titans of ‘British’ Literature were […]
Sally Rooney’s novel beautifully depicts an imperfect love story set in Carricklea and Dublin, and the BBC’s new TV adaptation does not stray far from the delightful original. The story perplexes readers, forcing them to […]
It’s no surprise that with the country on lockdown, people have turned to the arts to pass the time and provide comfort. From the legendary Tiger King, Dua Lipa’s modern classic Future Nostalgia, and even […]
Love Island. Love is Blind. Dating reality shows have taken over our world, exploring the various challenges that singles can face when trying to find a committed and serious relationship. When Netflix tried- and succeeded- […]
This review contains spoilers for the Netflix series Unorthodox!
Mohammad Rasoulof, director of the recent There Is No Evil, who was recently incarcerated in Iran, has gained international attention from many filmmakers and institutions since his Iranian jail sentence. Institutions such as European Film […]
Trixie Mattel is undoubtedly one of the biggest stars to come from RuPaul’s Drag Race. From her short stint on season 7 to winning All Stars 3, this is a queen who showed incredible growth […]
This is a spoiler-free review!
Amongst all the anxiety of the current environment, “Feel Good” is the much-needed tonic to life’s woes. As much of the media speculates about the ongoing dreaded C-word pandemic, Canadian comedian Mae Martin’s semi-autobiographical TV […]