Tag: Netflix

Okja – Film Review

Bong Joon-ho delivers once again with this tale tackling corporate corruption, the meat industry and the bond between a young girl and her lovable companion. Having directed such masterpieces as 2003’s Memories of Murder and the outstanding family drama, creature-feature...

/ 18th July 2017

Marvel’s Iron Fist may stumble but it definitely packs a punch

Become who you were meant to be Marvel’s new Netflix show, Iron Fist dropped 13 episodes on Friday and sufficed to say, people have been very harsh. Before its original premiere date, Netflix gave out 6 episodes for the popular...

/ 18th March 2017

Why you need to watch Riverdale

Riverdale is the newest TV sensation to hit Netflix with a new episode streaming every Friday. The show airs on Thursday in the US on the CW Network and is currently the talking point of social media. Riverdale is based...

/ 17th February 2017

Netflix hidden gems- John Mulaney- The Comeback Kid

If you’re a fan of stand-up comedy what I am about to tell you is no secret, but if you’re not or if you have just started getting into comedy I’m going to open Pandora’s box for you. I call it...

/ 24th March 2016

How Jessica Jones teaches us about the power of consent

  Since Jessica Jones, Marvel’s 13- episode superhero extravaganza was released on Netflix, it’s all anyone has talked about… and for good reason. Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) is a quick witted, often vulgar character who has the power of super...

/ 25th November 2015

Netflix: The best stand-up for free

We all love a bit of stand-up but as a student sometimes the tickets can be a pain for our wallets, however never fear I have a solution. When packing for university one of the must haves is a Netflix...

/ 24th September 2015

The raving days are over

The repetitive playlists, confined spaces and dragged out hangovers have finally lost their appeal to many students and, after two consecutive years of non-stop raving and drinking, most students by third year have decided to give it a rest. Most...

/ 16th November 2014