Hey guys, I’m back! Regarding the lack of updates, I basically had a super busy summer (mainly spent watching musicals in London – not good for my bank account) and haven’t stopped since I started my final year of uni. I’m back now though and am determined to keep this blog updated at least semi-regularly. […]Read More Terminator: Dark Fate review
After a fairly long wait since the somewhat disappointing season 2, the kids from Hawkins are back and having to deal with more supernatural shit. With a shiny new look for the summer, and a great new addition to the cast in the form of Steve’s ice cream parlour colleague Robin, they have to navigate […]Read More TV Review – Stranger Things 3
After the inspirational Captain Marvel and the heartbreaking Avengers: Endgame, we return to the MCU for the final time this year with the newest Spider-Man film; after stealing every scene in Infinity War and Endgame and a fantastic first solo outing, does Tom Holland maintain the quality of this iteration of the friendly neighbourhood web-head? Absolutely! Not only is this […]Read More Film Review – Spider-Man: Far From Home
And just like that, we’re halfway through the year! And another pretty good month of tunes to listen to… First up, a duo of tracks featuring Camila Cabello! She collabs with Mark Ronson on Find U Again, and has another duet with Shawn Mendes with Senorita, both of which are fantastic summer tracks. Particularly the […]Read More What I listened to in June!
Honestly, this year has seen the end of a multitude of shows that I really like. Next up – the final series left of the Marvel-Netflix collaboration, Jessica Jones. As my personal favourite of the 6 different shows, did it leave the Defender-verse on a high? While the final season isn’t quite as good as the first […]Read More TV Review – Jessica Jones, the final season
I’ve been 100% recommending this to everyone I’ve talked to recently; this is without a doubt one of the most incredible things I’ve seen on TV, ever – and I’ve seen a lot of TV! Based on the Chernobyl nuclear reactor meltdown in 1986, the 5 episodes take us through what happened, why, and what […]Read More TV Review – Chernobyl
A bit late to the party on this one – I wasn’t completely sold by the trailers, although the original 1992 version is a classic. This remake doesn’t change much, but the changes it does make result in an equally-amazing film, albeit one that lacks originality. We all know the story of Aladdin – falls […]Read More Film Review – Aladdin
It’s been the busiest month of the year so far music-wise, and there are a lot of tracks to get through! Shawn Mendes released a new single to compliment the next legs of his tour; If I Can’t Have You is a bit more uptempo than the rest of his discography, but I really do like […]Read More What I listened to in May!
It’s like this book was written specifically for me – cute and fluffy romance, great LGBT+ rep, and politics? That isn’t just up my street, that is LITERALLY my street. Saying that, was it actually any good? The answer is a great big YES; McQuiston’s debut is the perfect romcom; the main character Alex is […]Read More Book Review – Red, White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston
After 8 years and 8 seasons of scheming, dragons and death, we’ve come to the end of Game of Thrones, the wildly successful adaption of George R R Martin’s as-yet-incomplete A Song of Ice and Fire. With a whole bunch of characters and plots leading up the final season, could it stick the landing? While popular opinion […]Read More TV Review – Game of Thrones, the Final Season