Sonic The Hedgehog – Spoiler review

There’s been a lot of controversy surrounding the release of Sonic The Hedgehog. Based on the classic Sega character, who might be just as infamous as he is famous. As a long time fan of Sonic, I was ready to see this film, whether it was good or not. When the first trailer came out,…

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‘Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet’ – A Triumph in Comedic Storytelling

Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet is the latest in a slew of new original programming by Apple’s fledgling streaming service Apple TV+. The eight-episode comedy series from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia creatives Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Megan Ganz was renewed by Apple TV+ a full two weeks ahead of its freshman season premiere, and…

How ‘The Farewell’ Portrays Home In All Its Abstract Glory

Something about Lulu Wang's The Farewell feels familiar to me. This strikes me early on in the film, when we find ourselves in Changchun, the Chinese city in which much of the film takes place, via a series of wide-angle shots of various apartment buildings, endlessly tall and taking up much of the city's landscape.…

An Interview with a Black Female Cosplayer

As we enter #29daysofblackcosplay I am immensely excited to begin this interview, since in the United States it is currently Black History Month. While in the UK we don’t celebrate Black History Month until October, it felt extremely pertinent that this be my first article of the new decade.  When I first pitched this idea…

Toss A Coin To Your Beauty: The Witcher’s Treatment of Disabled People

A new fantasy show The Witcher that beat television records at the premiere. Featuring lively renditions of robust, capable, and beautiful individuals that exist in a world outside our own, a world of magic and monsters. Yet, there are dozens of similarities in the show that transcend the same problems we face in society today.…