Happy New Year everyone! I hope all had a great holiday period and are going into 2019 full of power and positivity. I’m going to be revamping the way I use this website to make it more of an all-round creative portfolio for myself. So that means the about page will probably become a cringy […]Read more "Happy New Year!"
A Star is Born The utterly, brilliantly timeless story of A Star is Born gains a breath of fresh air with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga’s new reimaging of the classic story. Taking you on an emotional rollercoaster like no other the pair bring Jackson and Ally to life telling their tale of a […]Read more "Movie Madness #11"
I’ve been trying to focus on my writing a lot in the last few months, from creative writing to journalistic writing and everyday blogging. After updating this website with its new look and having a lot happen to me personally and professionally, I feel it is now time to really focus on my writing along […]Read more "News, News and… More News?!"
Maniac A Netflix limited series featuring Emma Stone, Jonah Hill and Justin Theroux? Yes, yes please. We were all expecting this to be good, with the talent featured and Cary Joji Fukunuga, expectations were high. This show was absolutely FANTASTIC. The ground-breaking performances from Emma Stone, Jonah Hill and Justin Theroux blew me away whilst […]Read more "TV Talk #3"
The Spy Who Dumped Me The comedy dup made up of Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon seems like a match made in heaven, and that is what we got. The Spy Who Dumped Me is funny, action-packed and full of over-the-top violence dotted throughout to provide a gritty, comic drama about the relationship between two […]Read more "Movie Madness #10"
Lost in Space A remake of a the critically claimed classic ‘Lost in Space’ from 1965, Netflix really pushed their new sci-fi blockbuster with massive promotion and a stellar cast. With big names such as Molly Parker from House of Cards and Parker Posey from Dazed and Confused, Lost in Space was shaping up to […]Read more "TV Talk #2"
Children of Time – Adrian Tchaikovsky (Physical/Audiobook) I’ve got to admit, my fear of spiders has greatly reduced since listening to this book. In fact, I would even say I’m quite fond and sympathetic of spiders now. This is incredible story of a war ridden future for the human race, bioengineering gone horrible wrong and the […]Read more "ichau’s Book Club #6"