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Caitlin Moran’s How To Build A Girl, Movie Review

How to Build a Girl is a coming of age story about Johanna, a 14 year old girl from Wolverhampton. Reinventing herself as Dolly Wilde she reviews bands for a music newspaper and is turned into an awful version of herself, can she find her authentic self before it is too late?

The Umbrella Academy S2 – Reunited and it Feels So Good

The Umbrella Academy S2 – Reunited and it Feels So Good   This time, I wasn’t going to be late for the end of the world party. I know the Continue Reading

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

Admittedly Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga has some moments you could be forgiven for fast-forwarding, just let the glitter and the Euro-tunes wash over you. This is a film about chasing your dreams and believing in yourself

Dry Foot Issue 1 Comic Book Review

Set in Miami during its most dangerous and decadent decade, the 1980s, this coming-of-age tale follows four teens desperate to escape the drugs and violence of the city.

Underwater, 2020, Film Review

Underwater is a great film to just get lost into, grab snacks, a beverage and put your feet up. Enjoy as the claustrophobic sense of dread washes over you. 

The Family Graves Vol 1 Review

The Family Graves Vol 1: Fiercely Family  Created by Timothy Bach and Brian Atkins Written by Timothy Bach Art and Inks: Brian Atkins Colours issue 1 and 2: Dijjo Lima Continue Reading

No One’s Rose Issue 1

As you would come to expect from Vault, No One’s Rose is so much more than just a story, it is a social commentary, a warning and a message of hope.