Fleur Henley

  • February 18, 2018By Fleur Henley

    Black Panther, the newest and most diverse movie that Marvel has produced, is out in theatres and blowing audiences away. The story takes place right after the events of Avengers: Civil War. But don’t worry, you don’t need to have watched Civil War in order to fully understand what occurs in Black Panther, but here

  • January 4, 2018By Fleur Henley

    In a recent misguided video, popular YouTuber Logan Paul, who has over 15 million subscribers, decided to upload a video titled “We found a dead body in the Japanese Suicide Forest.” As expected, the move generated a massive amount of controversy as covered in this article. The recent scandal caused by yet another Paul has

  • December 11, 2017By Fleur Henley

    Villains. We’ve been told that we have to hate them, loathe them, root for their opposition and cast them aside – but we ended up loving them instead. We’ve come to expect things from them. We want them to be brilliant, have solid motivations and a fighting chance of actually winning. Cookie cutter, cardboard cutouts

  • November 20, 2017By Fleur Henley

    Over the rustling of chip packets being opened and soda straws being sipped comes the arrival of Justice League. It’s big, it’s loud and the critics have given it 39% on Rotten Tomatoes. This is a massive down from their previous smash hit, Wonder Woman, which has a 92% certified fresh rating. So what happened? There’s

  • November 10, 2017By Fleur Henley

    Black Mirror is a television anthology that has gained somewhat of a cult following. Most people know what it is, but it hasn’t exploded in the media the way that something like Game of Thrones or Breaking Bad might have when they were first introduced to the mainstream public. Perhaps its nature is deemed a

  • October 28, 2017By Fleur Henley

    Warning may contain spoilers for Thor Ragnarok Another Marvel movie, another step towards the long-awaited Infinity War. Thor: Ragnarok is a very, very short movie which means that it has a risk of being a filler. However, it currently has around 95% on Rotten Tomatoes. Packed with jokes and funny lines, the movie isn’t lacking

  • September 13, 2017By Fleur Henley

    How much power is truly in a word? If you aren’t on the receiving end of derogatory language, or if your past experiences dictate that the intent isn’t in any way physically dangerous to you, your response might be “not very much”. As it stands, a slur that serves as a constant reminder to the

  • September 4, 2017By Fleur Henley

    In honor of The Hate You Give being back on the New York Time’s Bestsellers List, we’re bringing you five books with important representation that have been lingering in the background of pop-culture for a little while. Each of these books is different from one another in the representation that they portray, but all are important.

  • August 28, 2017By Fleur Henley

    “Spotify is the Netflix of the music world.” That statement might have held a little more clout before the emergence of Apple Music, but it still rings true to some people nonetheless. If you’re unaware or unsure about what Spotify is, it’s a streaming website/app where you can listen to playlists and albums of songs

  • August 21, 2017By Fleur Henley

    After being forced to sit tirelessly through them, both at home and in class, classic novels might not be your thing. What about their movie adaptations? It’s an undeniable fact that movies are the popular choice when it comes to assigned reading. Maybe you personally haven’t done it, but we all know at least one

  • August 7, 2017By Fleur Henley

    The latest episode of Game of Thrones leaked, script outlines have been published and reporters have been contacted. All mere days before the episode was supposed to have been released. If you need to be caught up on all of this, click here or google it. Up to you. But this happened ages ago, didn’t

  • July 25, 2017By Fleur Henley

    Spoilers for Episode 2  Episode 2 “Stormborn” of Game of Thrones came out this Sunday chock full of action and heartbreak. There was betrayal and heartbreak, as always, but the burning question that seems to be on everyone’s mind is- why? Due to the sheer size of the television show, it’s easy to miss some key