Quotes from ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ that really stood out and impacted me.

By Mollie Campbell. It is ironic that Nine Perfect Strangers is about cleansing the body and reaching enlightenment, because at the end of this book I felt such a strong sense of clarity it was as if I had been on this transformative retreat, only without the psychotic twist and borderline torture…! Despite some faults,Continue reading “Quotes from ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ that really stood out and impacted me.”

The dangers of stereotyping Grief, and the effect it has on people who are suffering through it.

By Mollie Campbell This article is an account of some of my experiences with grief, the way in which the world navigates through the waters surrounding grief and how it impacts us. In the 21st century, from a young age, children are told that they can be whoever they want to be. We encourage individuality,Continue reading “The dangers of stereotyping Grief, and the effect it has on people who are suffering through it.”

My favourite quotes from ‘Turning for Home’.

By Mollie Campbell. “People tried to make out what was happening, but there was a shore they couldn’t venture beyond. So they watched from the strandline and tried to imagine how cold the water must be. Then shouted out from time to time that I really should eat, I really should lift myself up outContinue reading “My favourite quotes from ‘Turning for Home’.”

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.”

The Importance of putting your Mental Health before Social Media.

By Mollie Campbell   Have you ever scrolled through endless pages on Social Media apps for a longer amount of time than you would care to admit, and end up feeling like your happiness or emotion has been drained out of you? If the answer is yes, you are not alone. In fact, a statisticContinue reading “The Importance of putting your Mental Health before Social Media.”

Netflix’s ‘After Life’ – Season 1 Review

By Mollie Campbell Genre: Dark-Comedy, Drama Cast: Ricky Gervais, David Bradley, Penelope Wilton, Ashley Jensen, Tom Basden Rating: 9/10 As someone who has experienced the turmoil that is grief first-hand, on multiple occasions, I am naturally very defensive when it comes to representations of grief in Movies and TV shows, the writers always seem toContinue reading “Netflix’s ‘After Life’ – Season 1 Review”

Captain Marvel – Movie Review

By Mollie Campbell Genre: Superhero, fantasy, action, drama Cast: Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Lashana Lynch, Ben Mendelsohn, Jude Law Rating: 8/10   I must admit, in recent years I have grown a little tired of the relentless domination of superhero movies that have been overriding our movie theatres. MCU movies really took off againContinue reading “Captain Marvel – Movie Review”

David Bowie: ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide – Analysis.

By Mollie Campbell David Bowie’s ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars’ album is a journey between the five years before earth is supposed to die, the album ends with the song ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide’ which is significant because he almost foreshadowed the end to his own character’s lifeContinue reading “David Bowie: ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide – Analysis.”

How American Idol and the X-Factor have destroyed the music industry.

By Mollie Campbell.   Now I’ll start off by apologising in advance for the rant I am about to give, this is something I feel very passionately about. And this article is totally just my opinion, everybody’s is different but as a young song-writer/musician, I thought I would put my views together in one place!Continue reading “How American Idol and the X-Factor have destroyed the music industry.”

Is technology and Social Media becoming so integral to people’s lives that it is lessening the impact of our passions? Just how dangerous is it?

By Mollie Campbell. We all understand the current climate of society, a very large proportion of life now revolves around the use of technology and its corresponding apps, social media etc… from simply using email, to Apple Pay, from ordering Christmas presents, to managing your bank account from the comfort of your own phone. TheseContinue reading “Is technology and Social Media becoming so integral to people’s lives that it is lessening the impact of our passions? Just how dangerous is it?”