Netflix’s ‘Never Have I Ever’ – Season 1 review.

By Mollie Campbell     Genre: Drama, Comedy, Coming-of-age Created by: Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher Cast: Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Darren Barnet, Ramona Young, Lee Rodriguez Rating: 9/10 **Contains Spoilers   Never Have I Ever is a fresh new drama disguised as a comedy, it is funny, relatable and plunges far deeper into the pool ofContinue reading “Netflix’s ‘Never Have I Ever’ – Season 1 review.”

Remembering Kobe Bryant, how he shaped a generation and why the mamba mentality will stand the test of time.

By Mollie Campbell Kobe Bryant, more than just a basketball player. Kobe, Bean, Mamba, Black Mamba…a King among men. The first thing I picture when I think of Kobe Bryant is a 6’6’’man leaping gracefully into the air, gliding towards the golden ring that shaped his life, battling for the win, like a painting ofContinue reading “Remembering Kobe Bryant, how he shaped a generation and why the mamba mentality will stand the test of time.”

Bob Dylan’s timeless ‘Tangled up in Blue’.

Bob Dylan’s timeless ‘Tangled up in Blue’. By Mollie Campbell Since getting a full time job, I have found it very difficult to find the time to even write blog posts, let alone post them. Now that I have found a good routine in terms of time management, I am hoping to start posting moreContinue reading “Bob Dylan’s timeless ‘Tangled up in Blue’.”

Vampire Weekend ‘Father of the Bride’ – album review.

Album: Father of the Bride Band: Vampire Weekend Members: Ezra Koenig, Chris Tomson, Chris Baio Genre: indie-rock Rating: 8/10 Song Highlights: Harmony Hall, This Life, Bambina, Sympathy A new album after 6 years was always going to be a hard thing to achieve, making sure it was exactly what the band envisioned musically and artistically,Continue reading “Vampire Weekend ‘Father of the Bride’ – album review.”

Mid90s – Movie review.

By Mollie Campbell. Movie: Mid90s Starring: Sunny Suljic, Katherine Waterston, Lucas Hedges Rating: 8/10 Written and directed by Jonah Hill, Mid90s is a coming-of-age film following 13 year old Stevie as he befriends an older group of skaters. Set in Los Angeles in the 90’s, the film portrays the experimental, exciting and nonchalant journey ofContinue reading “Mid90s – Movie review.”

‘Turning for Home’ – book review.

Author: Barney Norris Genre:  Contemporary fiction, family, loss Rating: 7/10 “Things rise up and claim you, and mark you for greatness or mark you for tragedy, and the route of your life is mapped by forces entirely beyond you”. Turning for Home is written in the format of two different perspectives, with each chapter belongingContinue reading “‘Turning for Home’ – book review.”

Wallows ‘Nothing Happens’ – album review/analysis.

By Mollie Campbell. Band: Wallows Members: Braeden Lemasters (Vocals, lead guitar, bass guitar), Dylan Minnette (Vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards), Cole Preston (Drums, backing vocals). Genre: Indie, Indie-Rock, Alternative. Rating: 8/10   The album opener ‘Only Friend’ is just the kind of opening track you would expect from this indie/alternative trio, a catchy, fuzzy riff accompaniedContinue reading “Wallows ‘Nothing Happens’ – album review/analysis.”