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Review: Cocaine Bear

It’s a popular saying that if you poke the bear, you’re guaranteed to get hurt. Especially if that bear is in a drug-fuelled rampage. I am, of course, talking about…

A Not So Silent Night: A Definitive Ranking of the Songs on Your Christmas Playlist

It certainly is the most wonderful time of the year – we’re reaching the end of the semester, the Edinburgh Christmas Markets are fully in swing, and Christmas music has…

“A plague that was allowed to happen”: Confronting the HIV/AIDS epidemic through TV and cinema

Almost thirty years ago, on the 3rd of July, 1981 Lawrence K. Altman published an article in The New York Times that would come to be known as the “gay…

Paragon Residents Forced to Evacuate Over Fire Safety Concerns

Residents, including many university students, living in the Paragon tower blocks in Brentford, London were asked to evacuate their homes on 19th October, after being told that the building had…

Ghosts: Series Two Review

If you’ve got it, haunt it. And the second series of Ghosts certainly does haunt it. After a year, The BBC’s wonderfully silly sitcom is back, much to the delight…

Des Review

Des is unsatisfying in every way possible, and thank God it is. Focused on the real life investigation and trial of Scottish serial killer Dennis Nilsen, it seems that the…