Week of Unrest as Floyd’s Murderers yet to be Brought to Justice

Protests have increased as the police officers who have murdered George Floyd are yet to be brought to Justice

Reviewing Classics - Written on the Wind (1956) - Douglas Sirk

Douglas Sirk's 1956 drama Written on the Wind became a blueprint for melodramtic storytelling for decades after its realse.

Justice for Ahmaud

Trending everywhere is the story of a young man from Georgia who was brutally murdered in an act of racial violence. Read about the publics cries for justice and how you can support Ahmaud Arbery.

The Premier League's Fight Against Coronavirus

What is happening with this season Premier League games and who will get the title?

The World’s Most Deadly Book

J D Salinger's book 'The Catcher in the Rye' has been connected to some of the most famous murders of the last few decades but why?

Reviewing Classics - Autumn Sonata (1978) - Ingmar Bergman

Ingmar Bergman's tense portrait of a mother and daughter still stings 40 years after its release, thanks to masterful performances by Ingrid Bergman and Liv Ullmann.

Reopening the United States

People across the Unites States are urging for the country to reopen. The question remains: are they ready? This article analyzes this question, and considers the practicality of the preventative measures states are installing.

Reviewing Classics - Salaam Bombay! (1988) - Mira Nair

Samir reviews Mira Nair's Oscar-nominated social drama Salaam Bombay!

Sally Rooney's Normal People Comes to Television

BBC and Hulu's Normal People is a lovely recreation of the novel it is adapted from, a sensation in the literary world by Sally Rooney.

Reviewing Classics - Jarhead (2005) - Sam Mendes

A review of Sam Mendes' Jarhead starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Jamie Foxx. Based on the Gulf War memoir by Anthony Swofford.