Black Mirror Series 4: Review

Black Mirror has been the benchmark for cutting edge television since it first aired in 2011. Writer, Charlie Brooker, uses closed story arcs to depict numerous dystopian scenarios which usually have come about due to technology becoming detrimental to the world we know. But with the divisive series on it’s fourth season, can Black Mirror maintain its appeal?   USS Callister This star-trek inspired comedy-thriller was a truly excellent start to season 4. Despite some absolutely shameless netflix plugging within the opening scenes, this ended up being one of the most exciting, and also one of the funniest, Black Mirror…

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10 Things You Should Watch On Netflix This April

Fancy taking a break from work but can’t decide to watch on Netflix? Well, here at Student Wire we have come up with a list of films and TV shows to watch so that you don’t have to spend ages browsing the hundreds of films Netflix has to offer.1. Full HouseIf, like me, you never got round to watching Full House as a kid, now is your chance. With the sequel having recently been filmed, there is no better time to follow the antics of the Tanner family. Expect lots of humour and ‘aws’ when Michelle (played by the Olsen…

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Need for Speed (Xbox One) Review

“Need for Speed (2015) is an open world racing video game developed by Ghost Games and published by Electronic Arts, released for Playstation 4 and Xbox One in November 2015… It is the twenty-second installment in the long-running Need for Speed series, and was a full reboot of the franchise…” – Wikipedia Definition This review today will be based on the Xbox One edition of the game.I’ll start this by saying I’ve been part of the ‘Need for Speed’ fanbase for a considerable amount of time. For as long as I’ve had an Xbox 360, and then later an Xbox One, I’ve…

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