Culture

Interview: Josh Widdicombe

Josh Widdicombe has a flourishing TV career. He co-presents the award-winning C4 programme, ‘The Last Leg’, one of the most popular comedy shows on...

Film & TV

Review: Finding Dory

For me, what was perhaps the most remarkable thing about Finding Dory was that its story flowed so effortlessly without the need of a villain. Like its...

Film & TV

Review: The BFG

Adults would say Roald Dahl’s books are for children and only children. They believe that the worlds of a telekinetic child, a chocolate factory, talking...

Film & TV

Review: Star Trek Beyond

Before you venture into this review of Star Trek Beyond, I must warn you that I am NOT a ‘Trekkie’. If there was a scale that measured how much of a...

Fashion & Beauty

beach (scents) please!

If you’re longing to stick your toes in the sand and wade into the waves, but are tragically trapped by work or another dreaded commitment, look no further...

Film & TV

Review: Nerve

“Are you a watcher or a player?” is the hook for the new 2016 film, Nerve, starring Emma Roberts and Dave Franco. In this mind-twisting, edge-of-your-seat...

Film & TV

Review: Central Intelligence

Directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber, of Dodgeball fame, Central Intelligence is surprisingly not terrible.
The odd-couple film introduces us to popular and...

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