Bo Burnham’s Inside presents an inspirational, self-deprecating, and unfortunately realistic view of the society we have created. It subtly conjures a sense of urgency in its audience to speak out and to act. It’s incredible how this artist has created such an impactful message that people are actually reacting to.
Female manipulator narratives have been a frequently visited theme within film for decades, from Kill Bill to Gone Girl and Fatal Attraction. We love to see a woman take power and set things right in the world, and Promising Young Woman will undoubtedly become the next classic within this genre.
We’ve been Bimini Bon Burgled. Last week saw the conclusion of ten weeks of joy, fashion and stupidity that has shone a light within the misery of the third lockdown. SPOILERS AHEAD
Georgia Hilton-Buckley dives into Lana Del Rey’s latest release, Chemtrails over the Country Club.
With February being LGBT+ history month, I’ve been wondering what I could write to celebrate it. The obvious answer, which escaped me for long enough I’d be embarrassed to admit how long, is a review of (arguably) my favourite film – Pride.
‘Bridgerton’ the new Shondaland drama is a cross between ‘Gossip Girl, ‘To all the boys I loved before’ and Jane Austen all set to string versions of modern pop.
Stuck in your flat? Tired of the same four walls? Eaten at every restaurant in Highcross and want to try something new? This week’s recommendation is definitely for you!
An honest review of fantasy novel Lore: A Pirate’s Charm.
A listicle featuring the new and underappreciated Christmas films to watch this Holiday Season.
A love letter to the classics and a few recommendations based on what contemporary fiction you might already like
A review of Netflix’s recently renewed Emily in Paris
“It’s not all doom and gloom, there is a chance for us to make amends” — a look at David Attenborough’s latest documentary
Which feminist books are actually worth reading? A quick guide on what’s worth your money and your time.
Review of new TV series We Are Who We Are, currently available on BBC three.
Written by Alice Warburton It’s that time of the year again: students rush out in great panic, signing contracts here there and everywhere to secure their dream home for the next year. How do you know who the best estate agents are? Where they operate? If they’re trustworthy? I’m going to list three main agencies below to help get your search started, along with some top tips – contact details will be listed at the end. Please do remember though that every student experience will be different, and so you should go for the one that you feel most comfortable with. Westmanor Student Living Available on London Road and Grange Lane, this estate agent is one to remember due to the variety of properties they offer both in the city centre and near the university. Last year they received 99% positive feedback on all their properties and housed one thousand eight hundred students. Popular properties from them include the brand-new build Queen Elizabeth Apartments on Queens Road, and Lillie House, above Tesco Supermarket next to …
Lockdown (again) in only in a few days’ time. Everything will close: bookshops, coffee shops, clothing stores, so you definitely need to get out in your last few days of freedom. Why go far when you have it all on your doorstep, so close to your university and accommodation?
A bit unassuming on the outside, once you’re through the graffiti-covered door and up the stairs a world of Instagram-ready neon and concrete awaits.
Leicester’s brand new bowling and gaming attraction, Lane7, opened its doors to the public on Saturday 24th October, and we were very excited to get a sneak peek at the press event the evening before.