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The Hyde in him…

Janet Cooper reviews episodes 6, 7, and 8 of ITV’s period drama series, Jekyll and Hyde in the second part of her three-part review to conclude last year’s spectacular series. Janet is a graduate in English and Creative Writing BA … Continue reading

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Jekyll and Hyde: Episodes 3, 4, and 5  

  Janet Cooper reviews episodes 3, 4, and 5 of ITV’s period drama series, Jekyll and Hyde as part of a three-part review to conclude last year’s spectacular series.  Janet is a graduate in English and Creative Writing BA (hons) and is currently … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

Welcome back after the holidays. Just to keep you updated, submissions are now being taken from visionaries for both this blog and Spectral Visions: the Creative Journey. After our excessive intake of mulled wine and mince pies, business has resumed! … Continue reading

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Dead End

As part of our contemporary media portfolio, this is the final part of Connor Taylor’s four-part review of American Horror Story.  The review continues to address certain aspects of fear that relate to the show and this time, it’s metathesiophobia.  Connor … Continue reading

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The Postmodern Prometheus

Science gnaws at the boundaries in Jurassic World, as Katie Watson looks at the movie from a Marxist perspective in The Postmodern Prometheus.  Katie is an English Studies MA student who previously graduated with a BA in English and Drama. … Continue reading

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Devil’s Night Service

Connor Taylor has brought the third instalment of his American Horror Story review, to life.  The review continues to address certain aspects of fear that relate to the show.  Connor is studying his final year in English and Creative Writing. … Continue reading

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Roald Dahl’s The Witches: Feminism and the Fairy-tale

Helping to further the succession of our Children’s Gothic portfolio, Janet Cooper has shown a keen interest in Roald Dahl’s The Witches, where she details fine points from a feminist perspective. Janet is currently studying an MA in English Studies. … Continue reading

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Mother Knows Best

As part of his four part review on season five of American Horror Story, Connor Taylor has analysed episode three and how this individual story links to fear.  Connor is a third year English and Creative Writing student. We are … Continue reading

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Jekyll and Hyde: Episode 2

Michelle McCabe reviews the second episode of ITV period drama series, Jekyll and Hyde.  Michelle graduated with an English and Creative Writing BA (hons) earlier this year and is currently studying an MA in English Studies. When I re-read The Strange Case of … Continue reading

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The Walking Dead: Glenn vs Glenn and other deaths.

As part of the contemporary media series and fan fiction craze, Jennie Watson has reviewed the most recent episode of The Walking Dead series, against the comic book.  Jennie has recently graduated in English and Drama and is currently studying … Continue reading

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