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18 September 2021

Lipton join forces with Peace One Day to raise awareness for the UN International Day of Peace 2021

Lipton have for the second year running partnered globally with Peace One Day to raise awareness for International Day of Peace 2021, which takes place on September 21st. With the ...
18 September 2021

Sinister Saturday: The crimes of Graham Young, The Teacup Poisoner

Many killers show their obsessions at a young age, but are sometimes ignored and passed off as enthusiasm. However, a hobby can become more than that, especially when toxicology and ...

18 September 2021

Exclusive: Why women should embrace DIY, by Jessica Grizzle

As a new programme, Tool Club, is about to be shown on Channel 4 this weekend (Saturday 18th September 2021 at 4pm), and one of the DIY experts, Jessica Grizzle ...
16 September 2021

Rose of the World: How I created a Regency heroine for my new historical novel, by Siôn Scott-Wilson

It’s difficult not to become infused with a sense of history when you’ve lived in Edinburgh. But if there was a single experience which had the greatest impact on the ...
15 September 2021

Alien revisited: A film that has captivated audiences for over four decades

Many horror films today are stunning, such as Andy Muschietti’s IT (2017), and James Wan’s Malignant (2021); however, films from the past have paved the way to excellence, and Ridley ...
15 September 2021

Top 3 Sharon Stone Performances

When it comes to paintings, sculptures, or photography as an art form, many people might feel the art going over their heads. With films, however, everyone can enjoy at least ...

14 September 2021

Emma Raducanu's stunning US Open victory and why she'll be a name we'll be hearing for some time

Wimbledon is viewed by many as an ultimate test in the tennis world, a prestigious competition where plenty of tennis greats have succeeded. But for Emma Raducanu Wimbledon was just ...

14 September 2021

Femme Fatale: Confidence dressed in fineary

“Gilda! Are you decent?” Rita Hayworth, one of the original big screen Femme Fatales has stayed a cultural icon through that scene alone; you might not have seen the 1964 Noir ...

13 September 2021

Paperback Writer, by Yorkshire author Jack Sheffield

‘You’re not like other men,’ said my wife. I was waiting for the compliment but it wasn’t what I expected. ‘You listen…. well, most of the time!’ she said. ...
13 September 2021

How to find yourself after being a people pleaser, by Niki Kinsella

Without realising it, many of us are people pleasers – we go along with what others want for the sake of a quiet life. But after a while, it can ...
13 September 2021

Exclusive: Dr Andrea Furst on why jigsaws are just as important for athletes as physical strength

Olympians and the British public have a lot of differences when it comes to physical ability however there is one similarity when it comes to mental focus – jigsaws. Over ...
11 September 2021

Who is Emma Raducanu? How old is the British tennis professional? Where is she from?

If you haven’t heard the name Emma Raducanu over the past week or so, you’ve probably been living under a rock. Having supposedly coming out of nowhere, she has reached ...
11 September 2021

September 11 Movie News Roundup: Salem’s Lot gets release date, Nic Cage's new film, and more!

This week brings us yet more exciting film-related news; from the Bob’s Burgers film getting a release date, to Marvel’s secret movie plans, and news on Knives Out 2. Read ...
11 September 2021

Sinister Saturday: Who is Betty Broderick?

Love can make people act in unthinkable ways, and do unspeakable things. This case appears to be of a similar sort, but no one really knows what people are thinking ...

10 September 2021

Exclusive: Tova Leigh on why she wrote her hilarious new book You Did What?

Have you ever lied to your kids to make your life a little easier? Don't worry, you're not alone. In fact, millions of parents around the world tell little white ...
9 September 2021

Meet the cast of The Boulet Brothers' Dragula Season 4

It’s been a long time coming, but we now finally know exactly who will be competing in the upcoming fourth season of The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula, coming to Shudder as ...

9 September 2021

Seven things that need to change for equality in women's sport, by Sue Anstiss

To celebrate the release of her new book Game On: The Unstoppable Rise of Women's Sport, we asked Sue Anstiss to write us an exclusive piece about what she thinks needs ...
8 September 2021

Central Intelligence revisited: A movie that mixed comedy and action beautifully

Many comedy movies boast a great cast and hilarious story, but Central Intelligence from 2016 did all this and more, as Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart made the perfect double ...
8 September 2021

Introducing 'negging': The toxic dating trend featured on Love Island

When a boy was mean to you at school, your mum was guaranteed to respond with one answer: "he's mean to you because he likes you." Because that's the obvious ...
6 September 2021

What do we know about Marvel’s Eternals?

Phase four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is getting interesting, as Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is doing well in cinemas, and the excitement for upcoming ...
4 September 2021

Sinister Saturday: The crimes of Jerome Brudos, The Shoe Fetish Slayer

Many serial killers have fixations; some with disturbing and carnal things. Jerome Brudos was a killer who couldn’t get rid of his dark thoughts, and instead acted upon them, leaving ...

4 September 2021

September 4 Movie News Roundup: Jackass Forever delay, The Flash welcomes new actor, and more!

This past week signifies not only the move from August to September (2021), but also the news of early reviews for King Richard, first images of Megan Fox’s new movie ...
2 September 2021

A short guide for writing psychological thrillers, by Jennifer Harvey

As a writer of psychological thrillers, I am often asked what it’s like to confront the darker aspects of the human psyche and how difficult it is to live with ...
2 September 2021

Seven pitfalls to avoid when writing your first psychological thriller, by Emma Curtis

To celebrate the release of her new novel Invite Me In, we asked author Emma Curtis to write us an exclusive piece that gives aspiring writers some top tips on how ...