Ursy Reynolds looks at Netflix’s The Ripper and explains why it is a refreshing take on the typical crime documentary.
Sofie Cristobal reviews Bridgerton, the gripping new period drama created by Chris Van Dusen and based on the novels by Julia Quinn.
Lucy Vickers tells us which shows to binge-watch in the New Year, exploring the merits of Euphoria, Dark and The Wilds.
Oliver White reviews Netflix’s new series, The Queen’s Gambit, and looks at why it is a triumph in the eyes of both chess fans and novices alike.
Chloé Agar reviews The Haunting of Bly Manor, the recently released sequel to The Haunting of Hill House.
Sarah Lewis reviews ‘Emily in Paris’, starring Lily Collins, a comedy drama which has recently been released on Netflix.
Charlie Croft reviews Enola Holmes, starring Millie Bobby Brown, which has recently been released on Netflix.
What are the repercussions of an increase in television consumption and how do our connections with books and television differ?
Gaia Clark Nevola reviews the new Charlie Kaufman film ‘I’m thinking of ending things’.
I never intended to sit down and watch The Kissing Booth 2– it just kind of happened. I saw it on the Netflix homepage, and seeing as I hadn’t hated the first film, I decided to give it a chance. Unfortunately, it quickly became clear that this was another pointless rom-com sequel that we all Read More…