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TV Review: Emilia’s Take on ‘The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’

Read James’ Take on The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part Four here. For a show that was so strongly written in previous seasons, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part Four serves as a disappointing conclusion. Just when we think Sabrina Spellman’s (Kiernan Shipka) life is heading towards normality, our preconceptions are challenged, and not for […]Read More

Does ‘The Crown’ Need A Disclaimer?

This programme contains flash cars, big watches, and fake… At the end of November, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden called for more to be done to protect the reputation of the royal family after the release of the latest series of Netflix drama The Crown. The show has created some increasingly bad press for the royal […]Read More

Netflix is once again Increasing Subscription Fees

Customers in the UK will see an increase on their monthly subscription month from February, the streaming giant has said. The Standard Plan, which is the most popular, will rise from £8.99 to £9.99 monthly. This package allows users to watch on two screens at once and also allows for HD viewing. The Premium Package […]Read More

Why The Internet Is Mad About The ‘Winx’ Reboot

In early December, Netflix released a teaser trailer for their latest 2021 series, Fate: the Winx Saga. Given the title, viewers were immediately drawn to the reboot of the beloved 2000’s cartoon The Winx Club that focused on five teenage fairies attending Alfea School to hone their skills and save the universe. The showrunner of the reboot, Brian […]Read More

‘Pieces Of A Woman’ Is A Harrowing Portrayal Of Grief:

TW: sexual assault, miscarriage, substance abuse (addiction/alcohol) Pieces of a Woman is an intensely personal story of a woman’s life that is upended by the death of her child following a traumatic home birth Harrowing and heart-breaking in tone, director Kornél Mundruczó explores the knotty subject of grief and its detrimental impact on mental health, […]Read More

‘Ava’ Already Forgotten About This Film: Review

After countless films have been delayed thanks to COVID-19, the arrival of a new one feels like a momentous occasion—even for standard ‘Netflick’ fare. So, I went into Ava with no expectations other than ‘woo new film!’. I should have just stuck with an old one. Ava follows Jessica Chastain as the titular assassin who, […]Read More

Netflix Increases 2020 Budget Despite Global Pandemic

Streaming giant Netflix has upped its spending budget to £750 million in 2020 for the UK, a fifty percent increase from last year. 2019 saw Netflix spend £500 million on British-made films and TV shows, around £100 million more than its estimated £400 million for the year. Despite being affected by the Coronavirus pandemic, knocking […]Read More

The Myth Of ‘The Crown’: How Easy Is It To

It’s easy to split the British public into two camps: cat lovers or dog lovers; marmite loathers or likers; republicans or royalists. Wait until the day of a royal wedding – in one camp there’ll be an interview with someone who hoarded all the Charles and Diana wedding memorabilia, in the other, there’ll be tuts […]Read More

Trailer Released for Upcoming Netflix Film ‘The Dig’

Netflix has just released the trailer for its upcoming film, The Dig. This Second World War period drama is set to star  Lily James, Carey Mulligan, and Ralph Fiennes. The Dig is a dramatized adaptation of a novel by John Preston that explores the most famous archaeological dig in modern British history:  “the discovery of […]Read More