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Month: February 2020

The Stranger

What would you do if you were approached by a stranger that told you information that turned your life upside down? That is the premise of Netflix’s latest psychological thriller…

The Last Thing He Wanted

I genuinely cannot remember the last time I saw a film this incomprehensible. For all its twists and turns, attractive locations, impressive cast, and respectable presentation, The Last Thing He…

Irish Politics: the end of a long consensus?

“The two-party system is now officially broken, I believe forever”, said a confident Mary Lou McDonald, leader of Sinn Féin, in her victory speech – clearly on a high after…

The Scotland-Northern Ireland bridge: yet another disastrous plan for transport

In this week’s ‘news you didn’t think you needed because it’s absolutely mental – and not in a good way’ our illustrious Prime Minister has announced a green light for…

The SNP are here to stay

In March, the trial of Alex Salmond, former First Minister of Scotland on multiple counts pertaining to alleged sexual assault and other similar reprehensible alleged crimes will begin. In the…

Music on Film: United Nation: Three Decades of Drum & Bass

One Star United Nation: Three Decades of Drum & Bass is a self-serving nostalgia trip into the beginnings of ‘One Nation’ a club which purportedly brought together the breakbeat, jungle,…

Caribou’s stylish simplicity on new single ‘Never Come Back’

Four Stars Bright synths welcome the listener to Dan Snaith’s new single, the third since returning to his Caribou project towards the end of 2019 after a four-year break. From…

The Decline of Superhero Films

The end is nigh for superhero films. At least this is what we’re told, every time a new one is badly reviewed or doesn’t do as well as expected. And…