Tag: tv

Marvel’s Iron Fist may stumble but it definitely packs a punch

Become who you were meant to be Marvel’s new Netflix show, Iron Fist dropped 13 episodes on Friday and sufficed to say, people have been very harsh. Before its original premiere date, Netflix gave out 6 episodes for the popular...

/ 18th March 2017

Why you need to watch Riverdale

Riverdale is the newest TV sensation to hit Netflix with a new episode streaming every Friday. The show airs on Thursday in the US on the CW Network and is currently the talking point of social media. Riverdale is based...

/ 17th February 2017

Demon Media Open Day

Freshers week continues with the Demon Media open day hosted in Queens building where we are opening our doors to any and all freshers interested in joining their student media group. Demon FM, TV and The Demon Magazine are all...

/ 27th September 2016

Four TV Shows with LGBT Characters You Might Not Have Heard Of

In the last few years, LGBT representation on TV has improved significantly. There are more gay storylines in British soaps, stateside Smithers from The Simpsons is now out and proud, and on Netflix, Laverne Cox and Ruby Rose have been...

/ 24th June 2016

Is X-Men: Apocalypse better than Deadpool?

[A COUPLE OF SPOILERS AHEAD] X-Men: Apocalypse is perhaps one of the most underrated or disregarded superhero movies of this year, with Batman VS Superman, Civil War and Suicide Squad, X-Men has largely slipped through the cracks. X-Men: Apocalypse is...

/ 23rd May 2016

Criminal

[There are quite a few spoilers in this review]   I want to start off this review by saying, if you are heading to watch this movie in the hopes that you’ll get to see nearly 2 hours of Ryan...

/ 18th April 2016

The Night Manager- Are we watching for Tom Hiddleston or the story?

A couple of weeks ago, the BBC’s adaptation of John Le Carre’s ‘The Night Manager’ premiered to an impressive 6 million viewers. According to TV rating statistics, a fair few of those 6 million, are women. This will come as...

/ 16th March 2016

’24’ actress Mary Lynn Rajskub is coming back to the comedy circuit

Many comedians try their hand at acting after they have had a successful tour on the comedy circuit, however, its once in a blue moon that you get actors going back to their comedic roots after a successful stint on...

/ 15th March 2016

A Streetcar Named Desire

    Nikolai Foster’s revival of ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ at The Curve in Leicester was always going to be something to look forward to as it’s arguably the most anticipated reiteration of Tennessee Williams’ original play. It took place...

/ 10th November 2015