games

Review: Ittle Dew 2

When the Nintendo Switch debuted earlier this year, it didn't just bring a new way to game. It brought a new Legend of Zelda game to the franchise in the form of Breath of The Wild, completely revamping the legendary game series by taking it to the open world and letting players loose in the… Continue reading Review: Ittle Dew 2

books

A Guide to Indie Bookstores in London

by Olivia Gacka As a book blogger and Londoner, I spend many an hour hiking around the city visiting bookstores, admiring their shelves and forgetting real life even exists. When picking the store of choice for endless browsing, the ability to get lost in thought is essential and this often comes down to the interior… Continue reading A Guide to Indie Bookstores in London

movies

Review: Miss J

UK-based HeavyWait creates female-driven narratives that bring attention to social issues. Their second short, Miss J., written and directed by Amani Zardoe, centers around a Muslim teenager named Deema. Her brother, Hakeem, has disappeared. The media claim he ran off to Syria to join a terrorist organization because he's Muslim and as we know to… Continue reading Review: Miss J

movies

Review: The Room

Often hailed as one of the worst movies ever made, The Room seems like an exercise to show how NOT to make an independent film failing to meet the most basic standards of what makes a movie good. Despite plentiful shortcomings, The Room is far from unwatchable. It's actually enjoyable from an ironic point of… Continue reading Review: The Room

movies

Trailer Tuesday: Monkeys in the Garden

Monkeys in the Garden is a short film by Ireland based production company, Je Suis Le Cat. https://vimeo.com/237451477 Written and directed by Marie Clare Cushinan, it has been an official selection at Galway Film Fleadh, Richard Harris International Film Festival, and this past weekend's Waterford Film Festival. For more from Je Suis Le Cat: check… Continue reading Trailer Tuesday: Monkeys in the Garden