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Top 10 Reviews – April 2021

In April my website grew 38% year-on-year! Let’s look back and look at the top 10 reviews that you’ve been loving this month!

The Terror

The Terror was a show that I wasn’t planning on watching but I’m so glad I did. It was very interesting and watching this YouTube video showed me a lot more in-depth quirks to it that I really didn’t appreciate the first time round.


Seaspiracy was a fascinating documentary that really tugged on my heart strings and made me think even more about what I’m eating and how I’m impacting the planet. I also did a YouTube video on this topic that I would love for you to watch and also like and subscribe if you enjoyed it.

Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency

Our Silent Emergency was an interesting look into mental health and the suicide rates of men. It really makes you think about how you treat the men in your life and how, while women have an easier time talking about their emotions, maybe men should feel the same ability to open up too especially when they’re going through such dark times.

Drag Race Season 13

Was this is the worst season of Drag Race ever? Read my review of an absolutely brilliant rant that I very much enjoyed writing. There were a lot of issues with this show and it’s unfortunate that the queens that were on it were so fabulous but the producers let them down.

Caroline Flack: Her Life and Death

A look at a celebrity gone far too soon. A woman with a lot of complex emotions who deserved better than what the press and the public gave her. I do believe that if you have nothing to say you shouldn’t say anything, and if you’re going to use your platform to harass people you should have to pay for the consequences.

Fright Night

The 2011 remake of Fright Night that I very much enjoyed. It was a movie that I didn’t expect to be as good as it was, although I very much appreciated how often David Tennant was shirtless in this film.

Lost Boy: The Killing of James Bulger

A very sad miniseries that looked at James Bulger, a toddler that was tragically murdered, and why his killers did it and what happened to them. I still find it insane that these men never served a day in jail and they can easily be roaming the streets now and living a life that they tore away from that poor little boy.


Beneath was a movie that could’ve been so good but unfortunately just didn’t live up to my expectations. In this review I talk about ways in which it could’ve been better and I’d love to know your ideas too.


This was an absolutely fantastic movie that I didn’t expect to go the way that it did. It kept me hooked from the start to the end! It was a brilliant story and I can imagine the more times you watch it the more you’ll find hidden and foreshadow the ending within it. It’s just one of those movies that you have to experience first hand to really understand how great it is.


A really cute movie with a great moral compass to it too. I really enjoyed this film and it definitely gave me that girl boss motivation to achieve my dreams and be amazing.

Thank you for another fantastic month and let’s see what May brings us!

Until next time.

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