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TV Show Review: American Horror Story – Cult

  Righting the wrongs of horror franchises across the world since 2011, Ryan Murphey and FX’s hit tv-show American Horror Story reappeared with their seventh season ‘Cult’ on the 5th September 2017. Never a show to shy away from controversial themes and always serving brutal honesty, the seventh instalment of the anthology lives up to …Read More


TV Review: Rick and Morty

Animations are not my first port of call when looking for a new TV show to watch but once I heard everyone and their mum raving about Rick and Morty, I had to see what all the fuss was about and I wasn’t disappointed. A reductive synopsis of the show would be to tell you …Read More


Television Review: Clique, BBC Three

BBC Three’s new psychological Thriller ‘Clique’ mimics the scandalous lives of young adults that American TV does so well.  Clique shares its creator, Jess Brittain, with Skins in BBC Three’s latest attempt to woo the 12-24 demographic. It is set in the student hub of Edinburgh, Scotland and follows two young girls, Holly (Synnove Karlsen) …Read More


Television Review: Freaks and Geeks

Freaks and Geeks is a show made for those of us who dreaded school every day, and not just because we didn’t like maths, and were more than a little relieved to enter the next stage of our lives where cliques, bitchiness, and public humiliations were not an everyday occurrence. The show, created in 1999 …Read More


Television: A Tribute to Sherlock Holmes

*WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD* The name is Sherlock Holmes and the address is 221b Baker Street. Our beloved characters Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Dr John Watson (Martin Freeman) make a massive come back to our screens with new cases to be solved. The Sherlockian family had been expecting the arrival of Season 4 impatiently for …Read More


Review: Peep Show

Many might wonder why a programme about two dysfunctional middle aged men living in a small flat in Croydon is the perfect programme to so many of us blundering our way through uni. Yet something about watching the point of view of two selfish, pathetic men struggling through jobs, office crushes, drugs, marriage, and pregnancy …Read More


Review: Westworld Episode One

One of HBO’s most anticipated new series of the year, Westworld, began its run last week. For those unaware, the show’s general premise is Jurassic Park but with dystopian robot cowboys as opposed to dinosaurs. Based off the eponymous 1973 film written and directed by Michael Crichton, the author of the original Jurassic Park novel, …Read More