Live-Action Halo Series To Debut In 2022

A live-action TV series based on the Halo series of video games has been given a release date of early 2022. Originally set to be released on Showtime, the series will now show exclusively on Paramount+ in the USA. However, Showtime will still produce the series, along with 343 Industries and Steven Spielberg’s TV company, […]Read More

How the Media Played Its Part in the Capitol Riots

Political journalism is a tough job. Politics is, by its very nature, a sensitive and divisive topic, so perhaps there is no area of journalism in which using the correct language is more important. A choice word here or there can totally change someone’s outlook on the situation being reported on, and with it, their […]Read More

Life Is Short, Don’t Let It Be Dictated By Fear

Fear is a complex emotion. Though traditionally seen as a negative feeling that makes us worried and unhappy, the truth is that fear takes many different forms. A fear of losing your job, for example, is wildly different to a fear of spiders. Indeed, horror is a genre of fiction specifically made for those who […]Read More

Obituary: Actor Sean Connery Dies Aged 90

Veteran actor Sean Connery, known for playing James Bond as well as many other iconic roles in cinema, has passed away aged 90. Sean Connery is most famous for being the first actor to play British spy James Bond on-screen, first doing so in Dr. No in 1962 and followed by another six movies released […]Read More

The Myth of the ‘So-Called Tolerant Left’

Back in ye olden tymes, newspapers used headlines to grab people’s attention. Headlines were summaries of the articles beneath them, and if written correctly, would entice the viewer into purchasing the paper. As newspapers went online, headlines became less about the stories and more about getting clicks, harming their reputation. However, social media has now […]Read More