TV Review – Lucifer

Tom Ellis’ Lucifer is wonderfully sarcastic and refreshing. What more could you expect from a Welshman trying to fill the void left by Ioan...
South of Hell Christina Bevan

TV Review – South of Hell

With an insanely prolific producer (Jason Blum - Ouija, Sinister, The Purge), a tried and tested genre director (Eli Roth - Hemlock Grove, Cabin...

TV Review – American Horror Story: Hotel

Another anthology of American Horror Story has drawn to a close and I for one have been left puzzled. This season is darker and...

Shadowhunters renewed for a second season

Despite doubts over the quality of Shadowhunters thus far, Freeform announced on the 14th March it would be renewing the show for a second...
Shadowhunters Review Christina Bevan

TV Review – Shadowhunters (Mid Season)

Shadowhunters has now aired more than half its episodes for this season and it seems to be going down well. That is if you...

Why Representation Matters

Representation is a topic that is growing in momentum across the media. Though for the most part that media seems to be of a...

Doctor Who To Run Forever?

In the wake of series 9 of Doctor Who, (which begins 19th September on BBC 1) producer, Stephen Moffatt has said that the show will...

Redefining gender and freedom: Why RuPaul’s Drag Race has changed reality TV forever

The groundbreaking show, RuPaul's Drag Race is back for its ninth season. In this cutting edge reality show, brought to you by Emmy Award...

TV Review – The Shannara Chronicles

WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS Elves, rolling green scenery, quests, magic objects, demons and an unlikely protagonist. If your first thought for The Shannara Chronicles is Lord...

TV Review – The Night Manager

The Night Manager Writer: David Farr and John Le Carrè  Original novel: John Le Carrè Director: Susanne Bier Reviewer: Laura Shoebottom When hotel night manager Jonathon Pine discovers one...