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Spring came early: Kali Uchis’s Orquídeas

A familiar buttery voice backtracked by a fast-paced beat that is simultaneously soft and delicate. This is how Kali Uchis opts to start her recently-released fourth studio album, Orquídeas. In…

A Handshake with Nature at the City’s Centre: The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition in Edinburgh 

In the bright and populous hallways of Scotland’s National Museum, you suddenly step into a pitch black room. The glow of one hundred digital frames illuminates the composed space; large…

The Rom-Com Revival: Anyone But You

There I sat in the back (it would be years before I was let ride passenger) as my mom parked the car into our Sunday morning must: our local French…

Review – The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes

In this tempestuous and revealing prequel, The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes delivers what was expected— a reinvented plot, character backstories, suspenseful stakes—and elevates it a step…

The It Girls of milk alternatives: Laura’s top three brands

In this modern world of milk alternatives, the lactose-intolerants (like me) are absolutely thriving. From quinoa milk to tiger nut milk, choice has never been more abundant. As always, there…

Will Time Travel in Films Stand the Test of Time? 

In the past twenty years, most film watchers have inevitably stumbled upon the popular – and arguably controversial – topic of time travel. You either love it or you hate…

Do Audiobooks Count as Reading?

You are eight years old. Teeth have been brushed. Pyjamas are on. As you crawl into bed, someone you admire opens a colourful picture book. You hear about Alice’s experience…

The Wicked vs The Woman: the evolution of the ‘Final Girl’

Blood-curdling screams and spine-chilling serial killers… It’s the 80s – slasher horror is at an all-time high, and thrill seekers are grabbing onto their cinema seats whilst adrenaline pumps through…