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Why Tiger King is the antithesis, not the antidote, to the...

There are under 3500 tigers remaining in the wild globally. There are anywhere between 5000-10,000 tigers currently in captivity in the United...

Uniquely comforting consolation: a look at Netflix’s Tiger King

A show perfectly designed to offer release has to do that without troubling itself with the burdens of social responsibility

I’m watching ‘YOU’

When its second series aired in December 2019, the Netflix hit YOU managed to take trashy TV to new levels. Complete with...

Culture and isolation: the silver linings

I’ve found myself – an English undergraduate – reading for fun again.

The Irishman Review

Martin Scorsese’s latest film is nothing short of epic. With a nearly three and half hour run time, a 159 million dollar budget, and...

Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Review

Jim Henson was a master of entertainment: I’ll hear nothing to the contrary. The Muppets were a genuine delight and, no matter how much...

Stranger Things and… capitalism?

Even as our favourite American TV shows are owned and trademarked by enormous conglomerates with massive influence over the entertainment industry, prestige television has...
Candid photograph of Sandra Bullock wearing a red dress at Comic Con with a microphone in front of her.

Bird Box: a victim of its own platform?

It is ironic that Netflix, the reason for the film’s rapid popularity, might also be the reason why it’s not as memorable a film as it could have been. Emilie Rapport Munro discusses whether Netflix overdid its latest hit

Ricky Gervais and the endurance of his talents

His new Netflix show is another success for the experienced British comic.
The words 'Velvet Buzzsaw' appear on a black background in spray paint.

Review: Velvet Buzzsaw – “rebellion of art against the pretentious world”

Netflix’s latest thriller stars Jake Gyllenhall and Rene Russo in a tense satire on the contemporary art world