Melissa Haggar

Fashion, Venue

Why you can be Suicide Squad’s Harley Quinn for Halloween

Let’s talk about elitism and Halloween costumes. You may have thought about this briefly before, the type where your affluent acquaintances can afford astonishingly accurate, carefully crafted costumes whilst you’re left with your low-price sheet and scissors for that abysmal, but affordable, ghost aesthetic. But I want to talk about a different type of Halloween…

OldVenue, TV

Television vs Netflix

Streaming vs Broadcasting. With the introduction of new technologies and the vast ways in which we can consume media online, there has never been a more exciting and versatile time to watch television programmes. But what does it mean for more traditional media – such as television – when online platforms like Netflix and Amazon…

OldVenue, TV

Feminism: Marvel Style

What’s a girl to do when you’re a secret agent living in the 1940s and you’re seemingly not needed post-war anymore? Go it alone of course! Agent Carter (or Marvel’s Agent Carter) follows the ambitious and smart-talking Peggy Carter. Once known as Captain America’s right-hand girl, she has now been relegated to lunch-getter and phone-answerer….

Film, OldVenue

Editors’ Pick – 2015

[su_box title=”Melissa Haggar” box_color=”#2D2D73″ radius=”0″]1) Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation Let’s face it, most of us weren’t expecting Tom Cruise to deliver another Mission Impossible film worthy of watching, but that’s exactly what he did with Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation. Perhaps one of the most exciting things about the film was that it had all the…

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