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Review: Doctor Who ‘The Star Beast’

Last weekend, Doctor Who returned to television with the first of three special episodes intended to celebrate 60 years since the show’s first ever episode aired. The newest offering, titled…

‘Foe’ Review: Sci-Fi Romances Fails to Launch 

Take two of the best Irish actors working today and make them use American accents. Take a compelling premise about the intervention of climate change in domestic life and make…

Review: The Creator

A robot stands in front of a chalkboard full of equations.

Review: M3GAN

In theory, M3GAN should have been a great film. A widely marketed, piercingly relevant sci-fi horror that draws on current fears over the incursion of AI into daily life, in…

Review: Avatar: The Way of Water

In the run-up to The Way of Water’s release online discourse seemed to focus on how, despite being the highest grossing film of all time, Avatar has no cultural impact.…

Review: Everything Everywhere All at Once

Rating: ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ Honestly, I wasn’t sure what to expect from Everything Everywhere All at Once. Informed only by a vague and uncertain synopsis of the trailer…

Poetry Centre Stage: travelling time and space through verse

Last week saw Scotland’s International Poetry Festival, StAnza, go virtual. The yearly festival, usually based in St Andrews, adapted itself to suit our world today, adopting a ‘Pay As You…

Reviewed: Soulmates

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐ There’s some really interesting stuff going on in Amazon’s Soulmates. Despite being dangerously close to a Black Mirror spin-off, the series makes a real stab at trying to…