Logan Lerman, Jordan Peel and Al Pacino at the Hunters premiere, photo by John Kopaloff

CW: Racial violence

For anyone not familiar with A*azon’s Hunters, it’s a fictionalised narrative based on the true story of the nazis who were brought into the US after WWII so that the Americans could pick their brains about chemical warfare and rockets. While the main characters in the show are not based on real people, they represent very real stories. The punishments we see inflicted on the Jewish prisoners of Auschwitz are mostly historically accurate, with only a few inventions for the sake of symbolism in the show. While the scene where Jewish people are forced to play as…


Crescent City: House of Earth and Blood cover, photo by Kate Onley-Gregson

Review by Kate Onley-Gregson

So to kickstart this I just want to say that I love Sarah J Maas, she’s one of my favourite authors, and I really enjoyed Crescent City: House of Earth and Blood, I would definitely recommend reading it! I have a lot of good things to say about this book, but there are also some problems I want to address so as to avoid sounding like a Maas sycophant. As seen in Maas’ two other series she is a fabulous world builder, repeatedly providing her readers with intricate and beautiful backgrounds to her novels which expand…


The first in a series I’m currently calling ‘women deserve better’.

Image taken from slashfilm.com

In the wake of the #MeToo movement and the disruption it caused in Hollywood, it would not be unreasonable to expect a conscious effort to reconsider how the female body is represented in cinema. In anticipation of this year’s awards season I decided to view a range of movies from across the spectrum of film, but repeatedly left the cinema with a bitter taste in my mouth and feeling the keen sting of disappointment in how my gender had been represented on screen. The film that perhaps bothered me…

Kate Onley-Gregson

University of Bristol English Lit student and a writer for HerCampus magazine, interested in publishing and overthrowing the Tories.

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