The labyrinth

Before long you’re lost and alone. At first you feel like a forgotten King. Like a boss on the throne. Then paranoia sets in. Where is home? Which way do you go? Cos maps mean nuthin’ here sunshine. This situation ain’t divine. All you’ve now got is fear and time. Maybe you deserve this? It’s clear you’re here cos you’re worthless. Like a broken banger … Continue reading The labyrinth

Top 10 alternative fairytale movies

Be warned, if you’re not down with your witches, pixies, fairies and whatnot, this list will appear strange and confusing to you. That being said, away from your Cinderella and Snow White classics, here’s an alternative take on the best the fairytale genre has to offer that you might find refreshing. 10. Stardust (2007) Based on a Neil Gaiman novel this mad fantasy adventure sees … Continue reading Top 10 alternative fairytale movies

Inside Out: a sad, sorrowful joy

American psychologist Paul Ekman pioneered the study of human emotions creating an atlas of thousands of emotions. These can be boiled down into seven: anger, contempt, fear, disgust, happiness, sadness and surprise. For Disney Pixar’s latest film, Inside Out, we start with the basics. A child, Riley, is born. In her head she experiences her first emotion and Joy (Amy Poehler) steps into the void. … Continue reading Inside Out: a sad, sorrowful joy