What will a streaming service levy accomplish in Ireland?

March 15, 2023

The proposals for a ‘content’ levy by the Government and various Irish entertainment groups is intent on increasing funding for the Irish film and television industry through collecting funds from already existing international streaming providers.


Netflix Renews That ’90s Show for a Second Season

February 15, 2023

The first season of the That ‘70s Show spinoff landed on Netflix this January, hitting the streaming platform’s ‘Top 10 English TV’ list in 35 countries. With the debut season already garnering over 41 million hours in streaming worldwide, here’s what we can expect from Season Two.


That ’90s Show – Review

February 1, 2023

With a brand new cast and cameos from our favourite characters from the original series, the question everyone’s asking is- is the spin-off just as good as the original?


Is the ‘Monster’ docu-series one we can ethically view? 

October 12, 2022

With the release of Netflix’s true crime series ‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ has come infinite backlash, alongside concomitant praise. While the families of victims of the Milwaukee Monster’s heinous acts of murder, necrophilia, paedophilia


The Pentaverate Review – Mike Myers’ Cult of Personalities

May 31, 2022

Despite the wide variety of acclaimed television shows that people keep telling me to watch, from Money Heist to Stranger Things, I somehow ended up binging The Pentaverate. A show about a secret society that controls the world from the shadows… made up exclusively of characters played by Mike Myers. How could I not be intrigued?


Subscription Services and Their New Found Maturity

February 16, 2022

It has been known for a while now that subscription services have become the main way we consume media. Their convenience and variety have been enticing their growing subscriber base since the late 2000s. Original


After Life review: Ricky Gervais’ grief-com ends

February 2, 2022

Ricky Gervais created a show that grips you through it’s mundane depiction of everyday life, it’s agonizing depiction of the motions of grief with an added sprinkle of dark, cynical humour. Shows of this caliber are far and few between.


‘The House’ is haunting

February 2, 2022

The House is the most unique Netflix Original film to arrive on the streaming platform in recent memory. A haunting stop-motion anthology, the film is home to plenty of spooks, laughs, and long, shadowy hallways.


‘You’ makes its long-awaited return to Netflix

October 27, 2021

The long-awaited third season of the hit Netflix series “You” was released worldwide on October 15th after seeing a prominent delay due to the Covid-19 pandemic – but was it worth the wait?


Schumacher: The Netflix Biopic Celebrates the Human Behind the Hero

September 29, 2021

Netflix’s new documentary about the life and career of seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher not only showcases his astounding ability behind the wheel of the world’s fastest racing cars, but also sheds new light on the man he was away from the race track.


Holidate is another cringe fest of a love story

November 11, 2020

In a nutshell: yes, it is. But that’s not always a bad thing. If you love to watch two very attractive white people fall in love over the course of an hour and 45 minutes, going through the motions of “will they/won’t they” while also experiencing close to every cliché ever, then this is the movie for you.


Tiger King dominates attention during the pandemic

April 13, 2020

Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, appeared on our screens on the 20th of March this year. Within a few days, memes started pouring in and Joe Exotic became an internet sensation with over 37,000


Fractured fails to stray from classic thriller tropes

October 30, 2019

From the onset, there is a sense of foreboding in the new Netflix thriller, “Fractured”. This is possibly due to the fact that the plot of the movie seems very familiar to “Shutter Island” and “Flight