In the upcoming Oscars, two of the nine nominations for Best Picture have been given to Netflix productions, more in fact, than any other production company. Given this, it appears that Netflix has become an […]
The creators of Riverdale are at it again folks, between writing shirtless scenes for Archie Andrews and forcing Veronica to sing yet another Kidz Bop version of a timeless classic ( Elton John’s Saturday Night […]
Family is the core and youth is the essence of Netflix’s adaptation of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s ‘Anne of Green Gables’, but the loose ends tied up in Season 3 seem like a farewell to Avonlea.
Netflix’s latest series, The Witcher, landed on the streaming platform just before Christmas and has since become another success story with it being their 2nd most popular series of the year behind Stranger Things 3 […]
Sam Lawrence review the latest season of one of Netflix’s most acclaimed shows, Sex Education.
Maddie St John Green reviews the latest season of Netflix’s dark thriller, You.
Christmas has long been the peak time for romance- with general holiday joy filling the air, heightened drunkenness, and mistletoe, love thrives in cuddle weather. Netflix has taken notice of this in recent years, putting […]
As freshers, we all have high expectations for student life. Those mainly being to make lifelong friends, drink as much as physically possible, and find the love of our life. But in the blink of […]
‘Sex Education’ hit our screens back in January. After its release, the show gained approximately 14 million viewers all around the world. Why? It’s a story about a shy and innocent young boy, Otis Milburn […]
From the brilliant creator of The Office (US) and Parks and Recreation, two of the most popular, and hilarious, sitcoms to grace our TV screens, brings us the last season of his latest comedy, The […]
Back in 2012, when John Green was the number one man in every teenage girl’s life, adaptations of his works were begged for by fans. Fast forward to 2019, and Green’s books are often regarded […]
Victoria Johnson reviews Netflix‘s newest film, The King, which is based on William Shakespeare‘s plays Henry IV, Part I and Part II, and Henry V.