Netflix’s latest commissioned South African series looks and feels great but is not an unqualified success.
The multiple retellings about this notorious serial killer who kidnapped, raped, mutilated and terrorised so many is told differently for the first time, shining the light on the people most impacted by his reign of terror. (more…)
REVIEW: Hidden Figures – An untold story about three black women who developed NASA’s space programme
The movie Hidden Figures celebrates the true stories of a visionary trio, who challenged the gender and race stereotypes in the field of aeronautics. (more…)
Geoff North’s book tells a story of survival by a few humans in a post-apocalyptic world. (more…)
A review of the dystopian television series Noughts and Crosses that gives viewers a different lens to view racism and identity. (more…)
The Letter Reader is a story about a boy who, through reading, heals the heart of his community. (more…)
Self Made may have made the life of beauty mogul, Madam CJ Walker, accessible to a wider audience, but the miniseries under-delivered on historical depth.
“A Men in Black movie without Will Smith or Tommy Lee Jones is like cereal without the milk.”
The story of a marked man whose assassination has been questioned for decades.
Spiritual guru Eckhart Tolle’s teachings stand strong in the face of the covid-19 lockdown and continue to help me live a peaceful and happy life.
Tiger King failed to showcase the harm that wild animals face and instead glorifies the captivation of animals for capital gain. (more…)
A miniseries depicting the story of Hasidic women’s fight in her escape from her community.