In the next few weeks, British children will be returning to school to begin the new school year and continue their education. Their American counterparts will also be going back to their schools in order to continue their learning, but with a major difference, some of these students will be wearing bulletproof backpacks. This is... Continue Reading →
The Parr family have finally returned to our screens 14 years after their first outing in 2004. The first film was an instant classic, remembered fondly by many and because of this, the second entry has been eagerly anticipated since it was announced back in 2014 that a sequel was in the works. I for... Continue Reading →
PLEASE BE AWARE, THIS IS A PIECE OF SATIRE AND SHOULD BE READ ACCORDINGLY! Wherever President Trump goes, controversy is not far behind, whether it is calling Haiti and African countries “shitholes”, supposedly paying hush money to a former pornstar in an attempt to cover up an affair, or publicly siding with Russian President Vladimir... Continue Reading →
The newspaper headlines this morning looked very familiar, the front pages were plastered with titles such as “England are going home”, or “England out of the World Cup”. However, this time around there is a different feel to England’s exit from the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Gone are the feeling of despair, replaced by... Continue Reading →
Battle Royale (BR) is all the rage at the moment. It is all over social media and is some of the most watched streams on platforms such as Twitch. Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) as arguably made the game mode popular, with games like Fortnite: Battle Royale increasing its popularity and bringing it to a wider... Continue Reading →
ATTENTION - SPOILERS AHEAD; PROCEED WITH CAUTION!!!! The first Jurassic Park is a classic, no question. It’s timeless and one of my favourite films of all time. The effects haven’t aged at all and the story is enthralling, even on the 100th re-watch. The franchise started in 1994 and now in 2018 the fifth film... Continue Reading →
With the first match of the tournament just under a week away, which teams are favourites to top their groups, and which will potentially be the dark horses of the tournament? This World Cup is an interesting one, teams such as Iceland and Egypt will want to prove that they can take on the big... Continue Reading →
Now, I’d never thought I’d say this about a Star Wars film, but Solo: A Star Wars Story was okay, just okay. It wasn’t terrible, but it wasn’t a brilliant, ground-breaking film either. This has more to do with the numerous problems the film encountered throughout its tumultuous production, from the change of director, the... Continue Reading →
Original Article Yesterday (24/05/2018) I posted an article regarding Trump’s use of the term “animals” to describe members of MS-13, a gang in the United States started by illegal immigrants in the 1980s. In this article I explained the dangers of Trump using this term and that it may justify people’s actions against immigrants,... Continue Reading →
Trump referring to illegal immigrants as animals On the 16th of May, President Donald Trump was discussing immigration and migrant crime in a meeting with a Fresno sheriff, where the topic had come up. This isn’t a strange occurrence, Trump loves to talk about immigration and how tough he is on it. During his election... Continue Reading →
Donald Trump, throughout his Presidential campaign, made it clear that he was the ultimate deal maker. He made the best deals; no-one else came close. Trump even ‘wrote’ a book called Trump: The Art of the Deal in 1987 where he gave an account of his life and also what he believes was the key... Continue Reading →
Avengers: Thanos' Big Day Out - the movie event of a generation is here! Is the film a cinematic masterpiece or an incomprehensible mess?
The Premier League is coming to an end, which managers have impressed this season? Are there any options other than Pep Guardiola?
England has finally started a major tournament with a win, the first time since 2006 when they beat Paraguay 1-0 in Frankfurt at the World Cup. That game wasn’t easy, and neither was this match against Tunisia. England needed two Harry Kane strikes to negotiate past an uninspiring Tunisia side, who looked like they were... Continue Reading →
It seems that when EA release a new title, a negative story isn’t too far away. Whether its over-priced premium passes, a game filled with micro-transactions or that the game released seems to be only half completed, EA are never far away from controversy. For one of the largest video-game publishers it’s frankly shocking that... Continue Reading →