In honour of the release of Avengers: Infinity War I decided to rank all the films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far (that I’ve watched), from my least favourites to the ones I could rewatch over and over. My absolute favourites are the most recent films, which I think reflects the success of Marvel’s […]Read More The Marvel Cinematic Universe: From Worst to Best
I love road trip movies. I love the oddball group of characters who start off hating each other and end up as a family, the unnecessarily over-the-top makeovers and disguises, the quirky roadside attractions, the weird and wonderful people they encounter, and the heartfelt and sincere conclusion to the trip usually accompanied by a grand […]Read More The End of the F***ing World
I’ve recently become obsessed with the Netflix original sitcom One Day at a Time. It’s loosely based on a 70s-80s sitcom of the same name, and centres around three generations of a Cuban-American family all living together in one apartment. The general concept and style reminds me a bit of black-ish, in its juxtaposition of […]Read More One Day at a Time
Neo Yokio is the greatest city in the world, or its worst specimen of destructively wasteful consumer capitalism- depending on who you ask. It is also the name of a Japanese-American animated television series which has been the source of much internet controversy and criticism. From the moment I pressed play on the first episode […]Read More The most elegant anime of all time? Perhaps so.
Everyone’s thought about it, at some point. From the moment we realise that there is a whole wide world outside our homes, the radius of our awareness is constantly expanding- from our street, to our neighbourhood; to other countries and continents, until finally we realise just how miniscule a place our planet occupies in the […]Read More Sense8
I’ve nearly finished watching the first season of The Crown and I don’t know what to say about it. For those of you who’ve been living under a rock the past few years, The Crown is a Netflix drama ostensibly about Queen Elizabeth II and the royal family, but which also acts as a kind […]Read More The Crown
“Set in 1977 – in the early days of criminal psychology and criminal profiling at the Federal Bureau of Investigation – Mindhunter revolves around FBI agents Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) and Bill Tench (Holt McCallany), along with psychologist Wendy Carr (Anna Torv), who interview imprisoned serial killers in order to understand how they think with the hope of applying this knowledge to solving ongoing […]Read More Review: Mindhunter