Will Robinson reviews Netflix’s aptly named Love, Death & Robots, the latest take on the growingly popular anthology-style of television.
Lily Rosenberg writes about what she sees as a binging culture among students. From Netflix to booze to uni work, our concepts of time have been warped by a constant over-indulgence on everything, whether we enjoy it or not.
Looks can be deceiving
Educational and embracing – two words that describe Netflilx’s 8-episode series, Sex Education, which pleases not only young demographics, but also the LGBT community.
Despite some strong performances, the film is let down by poor writing and an unoriginal idea
Marvel’s most successful foray into the streaming world comes in the form of the comic book adaptation of Daredevil, the man without fear, who upholds the high standard of realism and gleeful brutality established back in 2015’s season one
While it’s possible to review Maniac without revealing too much, commenting on any plot details frankly feels like it would detract from the viewing experience. So, I’ll be avoiding all spoilers and if you want to truly enjoy this series, watch it like I did, with no background information. From the acclaimed director of Beasts of No […]
Netflix’s latest phenomenon are small lessons in how to love yourself and how to see the beauty in others
Call My Agent is quietly one of the most outstanding shows on Netflix
This year at the BAFTAS is about whether Netflix is going to win its battle with movie theatres, writes contributor Adrian Kanyoli
Netflix’s recent documentary on FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, directed by Chris Smith, sheds light on this disaster.
Has it changed TV forever?
Adrian Kanyoli gives his take on the final season of the hit TV series and explores its significance in this post-Weinstein world
Georgia Church reviews one of Netflix’s new rom-coms, Set It Up
BoJack Horseman season 5 still keeps the witty, original ideas, and maintains the marriage of sincerity with character development
J.J. Abrams’ enigmatic sci-fi franchise returns out of the blue, this time on Netflix