Wallows: Tell Me That It’s Over Tour Blog | Manchester Academy, 11/01/2023

After a literal year of waiting and planning, I finally got to go to my first-ever concert. It was my favourite band ever. I loved it so much that I wanted to document how the entire thing happened, what led to it, and the aftermath. It's acting almost like a diary entry, if I was … Continue reading Wallows: Tell Me That It’s Over Tour Blog | Manchester Academy, 11/01/2023

‘Stranger Things 4’ and The Hellish Trials Of Teenagehood.

Three years. We waited three years for a show to return to make us endure hours of unbearable tension, emotional manipulation, cheer-worthy moments and complete and utter devastation. Netflix's crowning jewel, 'Stranger Things' has finally returned to the forefront of the pop culture scene again with a mighty vengeance, making it the inescapable summer event … Continue reading ‘Stranger Things 4’ and The Hellish Trials Of Teenagehood.

‘Downton Abbey: A New Era’ Is A Fittingly Bittersweet Finale To A Wonderfully Wholesome Franchise.

The world of 'Downton Abbey' is one that I'm fond of but in all honesty, I haven't been part of for that long a time. Funnily enough, it was the first cinematic outing of the franchise back in 2019 that got me interested in watching the show. I binged the entire thing or let's say … Continue reading ‘Downton Abbey: A New Era’ Is A Fittingly Bittersweet Finale To A Wonderfully Wholesome Franchise.

‘Heartstopper’ Is A Joyous Reminder To Celebrate Our Queer Selves.

To escape into a world where you can live vicariously through its characters and live out the most joyous experiences and come out wanting to emulate that in your own life, is exactly what 'Heartstopper' has done to me. My immediate reaction after watching this show for the first time besides overwhelming joy and a … Continue reading ‘Heartstopper’ Is A Joyous Reminder To Celebrate Our Queer Selves.

‘The Matrix: Resurrections’ Review: Neo and Trinity Redux! The Matrix? Not So Much.

To re-enter 'The Matrix', 19 years after the original trilogy ended doesn't sound all that surprising nowadays, considering everything else is getting resurrected. The idea of the legacy sequel sounds superficial, using nostalgia to bait movie-goers to get a nice looking box-office result, that being said, when it works, it works like magic. With 'Star … Continue reading ‘The Matrix: Resurrections’ Review: Neo and Trinity Redux! The Matrix? Not So Much.