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Why the Real Villain of “Emily in Paris” is Emily Herself

23 October 2020

It is probably safe to assume that by now almost everyone has at least heard of “Emily in Paris”, the new Netflix Original show starring Lily Collins. If you haven’t, please saddle in, because I feel like this one needs to be discussed. I’m the kind of person that will watch (read: binge) any TV show that […]

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Review: Love By Chance

21 October 2020

“One sunny day after school, our shy Pete walked out of his school building while simultaneously looking at his phone. The next moment, he was run into by Ae and his bicycle, leading the both of them into a love story neither of them had imagined.” Released in late 2018, Love By Chance (LBC) is […]

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A Brief Guide to Hayao Miyazaki

19 October 2020

If you haven’t been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of Hayao Miyazaki and the studio he helped co-found, Studio Ghibli. The creative force behind many beloved animated movies in the 80s, 90s, and 2000s, Miyazaki has created a lasting cinematic legacy.  Miyazaki has a few common themes that reoccur in many of his […]

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Review: Presidential Town Halls

18 October 2020

If the first Presidential debate didn’t put you off US politics for good, your patience is commendable: the shouting match between Biden and Trump left much to be desired in terms debating quality and coherent sentences. It seemed fitting, then, that the second debate was replaced by candidates attending simultaneous town hall meetings. Trump was […]

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Discography Deep Dive: Kate Bush

17 October 2020

This is the second article in a series in which I listen to the entire back catalogue of an artist and give brief reviews of each album. I have previously reviewed Lady Gaga’s discography, which you can read here. If you want to see me review a particular artist, feel free to let me know […]

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What To Watch: Hush

16 October 2020

People who don’t enjoy watching horror films often ask – “why would anybody watch something which is solely designed to terrify you?” And it’s a good question. The answer seems to be that watching our worst nightmares play out on-screen has the potential to be cathartic, allowing us to purge ourselves of our own fear […]

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Among Us – “2020: A Space Snore-Dyssey”

15 October 2020

In his first-ever article, Morgan Seed reviews something he hates as part of his prolonged public demise. As is the strange trend with popular indie titles, Among Us was originally a throwaway product by the game studio Innersloth in 2018, getting little to no attention at first. I’d only just played it in passing in […]

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Review: US Vice-Presidential Debate

9 October 2020

As Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris took part in their first and only face-off, we were reminded of what a somewhat functioning political debate looks like. The Vice Presidential debate had features of last week’s atrocious Presidential counterpart, but was far more forgiving on the senses; much of the structure and debated […]

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Review: First US Presidential Debate

8 October 2020

The race to the White House took a sour turn last week as we were graced with the first presidential debate between Former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump. Given how tumultuous 2020 has already been, many might have looked to this event for some hope of a brighter future. Instead, however, we […]

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Podcast Recommendations

2 October 2020

One of the good things lockdown brought to me was finally doing all I had wanted to try but never found the time to. I associated the podcasts with long, boring audios my dad used to play in the car, but I decided to give them a try back in April because, sadly, there is a […]

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