Anne reviews the most recent installment of wacky Lego film.
Shrek is an unmistakable joy for adults and children alike, but just how similar is the 2001 film to the 1990 book that it’s based on?
CEN8 explores international Christmas experiences!
Adrian Tchaikov discusses his experiences as an award-winning author and how he got to where he is today.
With the arrival of The Crimes of Grindelwald, it’s time to take a look at the literary origin of the latest cinematic offshoot from the Harry Potter universe.
Danielle Desouza takes us through the history of journalism from the 19th century to 2018.
Tis’ the season of damp pumpkins. As Halloween approaches what better time is there to look over this 1980s classic?
By Promita Guha Here’s the final update on the New Girl’s experience of London after she arrived from West Bengal to study for her Master’s at Goldsmiths. In the first article of the series, we learned about the New Girl’s initial impression of London, before we then saw her grow closer to her flatmates in the second instalment, and enter…
Review by Helena Barrell In her sixth novel, Hot Milk, Deborah Levy manages to capture the most mundane of everyday events and transform them into eye-catching analogies and symbols through her strange and beautiful prose. The novel begins when the narrator, 25-year-old Sophia Papastergiadis, drops her laptop on the concrete floor of a beach bar….
In this month’s ‘Let’s Talk About’, Dani discusses the societal pressures around being part of a couple, and why there is a stigma surrounding being single. With Valentine’s Day still being fresh in people’s minds, what better topic to discuss than love? On Valentine’s Day, being single can feel like the worst thing imaginable. However,…