Tag: Netflix


Truly Oddly Deeply

*Drag Race spoilers* While Drag Race doesn’t always pack the punch it used to (IMHO), I am always fully on board. I mean, it’s still extremely addictive television and more fun than most things, even at its least inspiring (and sometimes problematic). Season 11 hasn’t been too bad so far and has a couple of standouts for me, including larger-than-life Silky and Vanessa Vanjie … Read More Truly Oddly Deeply


The Dirt

April is now officially Biopics (or Based on a True Story) month, which I admit I only suggested so I could shoehorn in this movie this weekend. It’s been getting mixed reviews all over the shop so Lord knows what to expect. If nothing else at least it will be debauchery central up in here. The Dirt (2019) The story of how Mötley Crüe … Read More The Dirt

Cool Things on the Internet #1

Welcome to my new series of cool things I have recently found/seen/read on the internet. I don’t suppose we need anymore introduction than that, do we?


The Breaker Upperers

A little New Zealand banger this week and what a joy it is too. If it had been fifteen minutes long and just consisted of the last scene, I still would have been delighted with it.

Autumn TV Recommendation: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

I’m four episodes into this show and I’m feeling a lot of things. It’s not perfect by any means. Like Riverdale, it’s taken a story we know and love, and given it a dark modern twist. I guess it’s aimed at a YA audience and that might be why I don’t love it as much as I want to. Yet, anyway. That said I’ve only … Read More Autumn TV Recommendation: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Sierra Burgess is a Loser (Film) Review

Netflix is currently in the throes of a rom-com renaissance. Finally giving us smart new romantic movies, directed mostly by women, we’ve been spoilt lately with the mighty To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018) and to a lesser extent Claire Scanlon’s Set It Up (2018). Both movies are better than most films of this nature and I am loving it. So when … Read More Sierra Burgess is a Loser (Film) Review

Selfie from Hell (Film) Review

We start September with a new horror currently featured on Netflix. It tackles one of the most prolific afflictions (?) of our generation (as I type that I realise that we’re not actually talking about MY generation but the one beneath it, maybe even further down that that. God, I’m ancient). *Spoilers* Selfie from Hell (2018) IMDB Synopsis After her cousin comes to visit … Read More Selfie from Hell (Film) Review

Weekly Digest – TV Special

While avoiding the World Cup and not watching Love Island, I’ve been doing far more intellectually significant things, obviously, such as watching these naked, lying under a fan and eating Wispas. GLOW – Season 2 Liberty Bell and friends are back in the ring though things are far from plain sailing for any of them. Ruth (Alison Brie) becomes a problem for Sam (Marc … Read More Weekly Digest – TV Special

Weekly Digest – TV Special

Easter holidays means time off work for me this year (yey) and that obviously means it rains everyday and I get to nest indoors watching my shows. This is what I’m currently digging… Ru Paul’s Drag Race – Season 10 I’m not blown away by anyone in the line up yet but then I’m only two episodes in and Netflix is releasing episodes week … Read More Weekly Digest – TV Special

Weekly Digest

Welcome to the first WD of 2018! This week’s entry revolves around three TV shows because that’s basically all I’m doing at the moment. Working, coming home, reading or watching TV. It’s not the most exciting life in the world but it is January so it’s kind of expected, right? This week, I’m digging, in no particular order: Lovesick IMDB Synopsis After finding out … Read More Weekly Digest

I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore (Film) Review

Second review of the week (check out the first one here), just because this film is worth a mention, and Jill and I just happened to catch it respectively as soon as it hit Netflix this weekend. *Spoilers* I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore (2017) Director & Writer: Macon Blair Stars: Melanie Lynskey, Elijah Wood, Jane Levy, Devon Graye, Christine Woods IMDB Synopsis:  … Read More I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore (Film) Review


Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life – Thoughts

It seems like you can’t move an inch without bumping into a Gilmore Girls Reunion hot take at the moment and I’m afraid it’s not going to be any different round these parts. Not today. For today I tell you exactly what I thought! There will be *spoilers* because they’re unavoidable, so please do tread carefully if you’re not up-to-date yet. I’d hate to be the … Read More Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life – Thoughts