With self-isolation still in action, Pride is going to be looking a little bit different this year. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t celebrate it. Here is a list of 3 must-watch queer TV-shows to binge through in June!
“It is not enough to not be racist, you must actively be anti-racist.” – Angela Davis
Yeah, it’s time to talk about that Netflix algorithm again.
Spoiler alert for season 4 of Riverdale. Not that you are even going to believe me when I tell you about the ridiculous and tangled-like-the-wired-earbuds-in-your-back-pocket mess that it is, but alas.
From the same small town in Sligo, Ireland, Marianne and Connell are from very different paths of life. But it would seem that their lives are destined to intertwine.
Guilty until proven innocent: From faulty forensic science to racial bias and police misconduct – this new Netflix true-crime documentary-series shows the horrific truth about the case of the American criminal justice system and the stories of those who have been wrongfully convicted because of it.
Not ready to commit to some 8 season-series? Here are 10 mini-series available on Netflix (UK) that will serve as great one-night-stands.
A look at how A Quiet Place and Portrait of a Lady on Fire wielded their minimal dialogue and soundtrack to elevate and invigorate the focus on both sound and image.
A review of Lorcan Finnegan’s “Vivarium”
Looking for new and interesting movies to watch during self-isolation? Say no more.