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Planet of the Humans is a well meant but inaccurate mess

Planet of the Humans is a well meant but inaccurate mess

Planet of the Humans argues that our current capitalist system cannot co-exist with truly sustainable living. It’s a messy, questionable work, one that uses flimsy sources for information and promotes outdated myths, but there are threads of truth throughout that open up the conversation of green energy. Michael Moore’s...

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The Weeknd ‘After Hours’ – Review

The Weeknd ‘After Hours’ – Review

The Weeknd brings his usual dark, moody R&B style to his newest record, and it’s more consistent than nearly all of his previous efforts. You could easily argue that The Weeknd is perhaps the biggest pop star of the last ten years. He’s kept up a consistently stellar track record when it comes to big, chart-topping albums and singles, and has remained the soundtrack to many a social media trend...

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‘Control’ | Gaming – Review

‘Control’ | Gaming – Review

After both sinking some serious hours into the game, Jamie and Charlie are here to break down all facets of Remedy Entertainment’s highly touted title Control. The distinct lack of fan fair and marketing may have let this one slide under your radar at launch, but this nerdy pair (who maxed the game fyi) will hopefully give you all the answers you’re looking for. Spoiler: It’s weird as hell. Be...

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Getting into Korean cinema – Review

Getting into Korean cinema – Review

With Parasite making history at the Oscars as the first ever non-English film to win best picture, more people are becoming curious about the world of Korean film. With such a vast sea of things to watch, it can be pretty daunting to figure out where to start. Luckily, long-time fan Milo is here to tell you about four great Korean movies and find some major industry names you...

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Why you should watch The Wheel of Time – Review

Why you should watch The Wheel of Time – Review

If you are a fan of Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings, or The Witcher, prepare to add The Wheel of Time to that list. The epic (fourteen book long) fantasy series created by Robert Jordan is being adapted for television, and set to premier next year on Prime Video. Have we caught your curiosity yet? If not, Elliot is about to take you on a tour of...

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