Let’s enter the sun.
The new French “Award-Winning” Netflix film “Cuties” claims to be a commentary on the hypersexualisation of young girls, yet in it’s making it itself hypersexualises and exploits young girls.
“Sisters in Hate: American Women on the Front Lines of White Nationalism” by Seyward Darby profiles three different women’s rise and path into white nationalism.
Michaela Coel’s latest drama perfectly encapsulates the dangers of social media and activist pedestals.
Digesting the food on the platter in Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal.
From its incredibly complex characters to its discussions about consent and sexual assault, Michaela Coel’s newest creation is guaranteed to destroy you.
Set in New York City, Brooklyn 99 follows a squad of police officers as they solve crimes and other office endeavours. But with the rise in protests against police brutality, people are starting to wonder what the future of the show might look like.
Spike Lee’s latest joint is a momentous and anguishing painting of the much-ignored history of black-American soldiers in the Vietnam war.
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.