The house of haunted hill review

Based off a Shirley Jackson novel with the same name comes what Netflix promises to be a terrifying and emotional ride and has been described quite frequently online as a show like this is us but with a gothic twist. The show centres around the crane family, switching back and forth the timeline of when... Continue Reading →

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House of cards: season 6 review

Open, no repercussions and sometimes did not make sense. Three ways to describe, what is supposed to be the last season of House of Cards. Will it be, well with that ending I do not think so at all. The end is all built up to be the final battle between Claire Hale, as she... Continue Reading →

The Cry Review

Bbcs new drama after the sucess of thier latest drama, the bodyguard, comes a story of a grief sticken couple whos baby is kidnapped in australia and copying with the world looking in on them as they stuggle to find our what happened to thier baby. What follows is a story about the angusih of... Continue Reading →

Making a murderer season 2

Following on from the success of the 2015 Netflix documentary series season 2 sadly just doesn't quite feel as interesting as the first season. I'm not saying its a terrible series, its far from that, it has its interesting and compelling theories on what might of happened to Theresa halback backed up by what little... Continue Reading →

Is Jake Paul really a sociopath?

The whole idea of a successful you tuber, actor and vine star like jake paul whos in the public eye and someone kids look up to with his 17 million fans who adore him, its quite scary to think that he could be potentially manipulating his young fans for his own personal gain but the... Continue Reading →

No Offence

It’s the first scene in the very first episode that sets the tone, Dinah is on her way home from a night out with her boyfriend, after an argument she kicks him out of the taxi “I’d rather have a wank” she replies setting the gritty but funny tone early on. Walking down the road... Continue Reading →

Atypical season 2 quick review

Not your average American comedy show on Netflix atypical stands alone as a show that not only is sensitive in the way it handles someone with Aspergers ,but continues to be a great show, full of laughter, and some drama, whilst showing us how Sam deals with everyday things like a sleepover, relationships and having... Continue Reading →

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