April Fool’s day is normally a time for trying to get one over on the general public or cruelly tricking your friends and family before mocking the shell of a person cowering before you. So imagine the world’s shock (and scepticism) when Adult Swim dropped the first episode of the long-awaited of Rick and Morty season […]Read More Rick and Morty: Season 3, Episode 1 review!
Have you hit a rut with Fantasy Premier League? Already tired of your average performance while your mate has tripled captained a Harry Kane hat-trick? You ain’t seen nothing yet – welcome to your new hell… Why You NEED to play Draft Fantasy Premier League As we finish Gameweek 28 and head into the final ten […]Read More Draft Punks – Why Draft FPL Is The Best FPL
“The landlord likes to put some pretty quirky rules in the agreement. One of them is ‘No immoral use of the internet.’” “That means no porn.” My Spareroom Adventures in London As anybody who has moved to London knows, finding a place to live can be a difficult task. I experienced this for myself, having […]Read More Through the Glory Hole – My Spareroom Adventures in London
Planet Earth 2: Episode Six recap The final episode of Planet Earth 2, ‘Cities’, featured incredible starling displays, a bird who didn’t know what he was letting himself in for and kleptomaniac monkeys. As we zoomed out from the huge globe before the screen was emblazoned by the familiar opening credits for the final time, […]Read More Planet Earth 2: Episode 6 ‘Cities’ Review – Catfished
Would the receptionist look at me with pity? Disgust? Admiration? Would she call for security in her earpiece and put me in a padded room with the bloke who came to see Paul Blart: Mall Cop on his lonesome years ago?Read More Ticket For One – Is going to the cinema alone still a taboo?
Arrival: Movie Review With a title like Arrival and a trailer full of interior spaceship views, men in camoflauge and unusual floating objects, you’d be forgiven for thinking this was going to be another alien invasion film. Even the opening sets it up that way as linguistic professor Louise Banks (Amy Adams) is tasked to work alongside […]Read More Movie Review: Arrival
Planet Earth 2: Episode Five recap This week’s Planet Earth 2 review focuses on the habitats as much as the animals and features an incredible ‘Making of’ section. Like episode three’s Jungles a couple of weeks ago, the penultimate segment of Planet Earth 2 strays away from focusing on one or two animals battling it out. Instead […]Read More Planet Earth 2: Episode 5 Review – Grassed Up
Planet Earth 2: Episode 4 Recap This week’s review of Planet Earth II features stallion warfare, an adorable golden mole and ‘Giraffe vs Lion: The Reckoning.’ This week’s edition of Planet Earth II seemed desperate to raise the stakes when it comes to cinematic openings as a barren landscape was engulfed by a giant killer candy floss. […]Read More Planet Earth 2: Episode 4 Review – Just Deserts
Walking Dead Suffers Lowest Ratings Since Season 3 Spoilers for The Walking Dead season 7 below, as well as key plot elements from the first six seasons. When hit drama The Walking Dead batted it’s way back onto our television screens with its season 7 premiere, it looked as though it was here to stay. An astounding 17.03 […]Read More Walking Dead Suffers Lowest Ratings Since Season 3 – and Here’s Why
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Review Harry Potter fanatics will have been incredibly excited to see J.K Rowling’s works brought to life on the big screen again, but ironically this is a film that shines when it distances itself from the boy wizard’s adventures. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is set approximately 70 […]Read More Movie Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them