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“I pirate lol”: How Edinburgh students get around buying a TV licence

A recent survey conducted by The Student found that while the majority of students are required to own a TV licence, only 20% have actually paid for one. Students need…

Beef — A Twisted Binge For Your Cold Autumn Nights 

A twisted thriller? A black comedy? A humourous drama? Or a tragicomedy? However you categorise A24 and Netflix’s Beef, it is guaranteed to take you on a wild ride —…

Psychological thriller recommendations for spooky season

It’s that time of year again, where it is seasonally acceptable to finally watch all those gloomy, thought-provoking films that are waiting patiently in your Netflix watch list. As we…

Full Swing takes fans behind the PGA Tour

Netflix’s breakthrough F1 series Drive to Survive has captured audiences in a way no one could have predicted. Since its release, TV broadcaster ESPN has reported almost a doubling in…

Why are TV Shows Based on Female Friendships so Popular and Important?

Over the last few months, I have watched the series Gilmore Girls on Netflix. This show is about the different relationships between a grandmother, mother and daughter. Across three generations…

Review: That 90’s Show

I was initially drawn to That 90’s Show by nostalgia for its predecessor, That 70’s Show (1998-2006). I had hoped for a full-fledged reunion starring almost all the old cast.…

The politics of fact and fiction in TV

Fake news. A term that sends shivers down the necks of both journalists and politicians alike. But within television how far can artistic interpretations go in blurring the line between…

Review: The Midnight Club

It is October, which means I am once again reviewing another Mike Flanagan horror show on Netflix. This time, The Midnight Club, is a show based on the novels by…