Tom Odell – Wrong Crowd Review

Tom Odell, who has become a familiar voice on the radio in the three years following the release of his extremely successful debut album Long Way Down, is back with a second album; Wrong Crowd. Released on 10th June, Wrong Crowd is recognisably Odell, retaining the acoustic nature of the first album with tracks like […]

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Paper Towns: Film Review

With the release of Paper Towns this week, the film adaptation of John Green’s book of the same title, I’m sure every John Green fan who eagerly awaited The Fault in Our Stars has been queuing up to see this new film. Despite all the excitement about this film, I have to be honest and […]

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Southpaw: Film Review

When my boyfriend convinced me to go and see Southpaw, I was unconvinced at whether or not I would enjoy it. But being the loving person I am, I agreed to go and see it – partly because everything I’ve seen Jake Gyllenhaal in has been spectacular – and it was definitely the right choice. […]

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Stephen King’s IT

Stephen King’s IT is one of those books everyone’s heard of in some shape or form – hopefully! – and recently, I finally got round to reading the beast of a book that it is. If you’re not aware, IT follows the past and present storylines of a group of friends who end up confronting […]

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Dexter: Book vs. TV Series

There are very few occasions when I end up preferring a film/TV adaptation to the book, but Dexter most definitely managed it. After the first ten minutes, I was hooked, and after finding out my boyfriend had never seen it, I took the opportunity for a re-watching of the emotional rollercoaster that is Dexter. For […]

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Stephen King Finders Keepers – Book Review

“The fictional Andrea Stone is real to this man in a way Pete’s sister is not.” Stephen King has always enjoyed writing about writers, with perhaps his most famous book on the theme, Misery (1978), exploring the dangerous line between a readers love and obsession of a literary hero. This is a spine-chilling concept, as […]

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