Like many other of my generation, Harry Potter was a major part of my childhood. With the first film released in 2001 when I was five, and the last being released in 2011 when I was fourteen, it’s taken up almost half my life at this point.
With that being said, watching characters that had guided me through adolescence dropping like flies was nothing short of heartbreaking.
I decided to make this list as I still mourn, and have not yet managed to get a life.
Without further adieu, I will once again thrust my unwanted opinion upon the internet in the form of the Top 8 Most Heartbreaking Harry Potter Deaths.
Binging TV shows is all too easy these days. Even currently, my fiance and I are binging Law and Order:SVU as well as The Office US. With online streaming services being so readily available, it’s hard not to fall into the trap of getting through a 20 episode of 40 minutes series in no time at all. However, it can get tiresome sitting in one space for hours on end doing nothing but staring at a screen. Some shows seem endless. And yes, it was Law and Order: SVU that inspired this list. With that, here’s ten shows that need to just – stop.
Welcome back to another series of ‘Clique’ you know that show I spoke about recently. It returned on BBC 3 about six weeks ago for another hotly anticipated series. This time around the series looks into toxic masculinity aswell as feminism and the negative effects of both. Continue reading “Clique Series 2 – Review by Kris Scott” »
The Scottish drama that you probably didn’t know about created by the talented former ‘Skins’ writer Jesse Brittain.
‘Clique’ follows Holly McStay played by a relatively new comer called Synnøve Karlsen (When you watch this show you’d think she’s been doing this for ages). Holly is a university student just beginning her first year in Edinburgh with her best pal since childhood Georgia Cunningham (How rare is that in real life?)
One day they go into a lecture led by the charismatic Jude McDermid and her brand of feminism lures both Holly and Georgia to discover more.
James Douglas (Aaron Taylor-Johnson): I serve Robert Bruce; join us to free our land.
Outlaw King begins with the beautiful shot of a candle burning which I believe is symbolic in the way it represents the continuing fire burning within the Scottish people to revolt against the occupying English army. This symbol could be likened to the context of Scottish Independence today in modern politics with Scotland’s candle still burning…..