Inside No.9

Writing about what is vaguely called ‘a cult classic’ easily rouses suspicion of hipster pretention. Most of the time that would not be incorrect; the term 'cult classic' I suspect caught on more because of alliteration than it did...
Described by Blur bassist Alex James as the result of “comedy and rock and roll having an ill-advised fumble”, Never Mind the Buzzcocks returned to our screens recently for its twenty-eighth series. Once known for the provocation of its...
The fourth season of Netflix hit Orange Is the New Black will be released on 17th June, and with coursework and exams well out of the way, it is the perfect timing for a new binge watch project. The...
Murderers, rapists, and paedophiles are initially introduced to us as a concept of fiction, something written about in books and plays – a terrifying figment of the imagination. So, when we are introduced to them in True Crime documentaries,...
Sherlock has dealt with some turbulence in recent years on its upward surge to international juggernaut. Series three had the problem of trying to top the sterling series two, bring back Sherlock from beyond the grave, breathe life into...
In 2012, Marvel’s first phase of superhero movies culminated in the critical and commercial smash hit The Avengers, uniting Iron Man, the Hulk, Thor and Captain America from their solo movies into an unprecedented team-up. Of course, it was...