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Top 10 Reviews 2021

2021 was a fantastic year for this website, I had a goal of hitting 12,000 views which I hit brilliantly at 12,495! We also saw an increase from 2020 of 15% which is mad. So before the 2022 reviews begin let’s look back at our top 10 reviews of last year.

Why Drag Race Season 13 Ruined the Show

With over 1000 views on its own this review was a very popular one and I still stand by everything I say in it. I have a review coming up soon about Drag Race UK season three and how RuPaul is the villain, so make sure you don’t miss it!

Bath Bomb Dyed My Hair?!

As with every year since I published this post it is always one of the top read, and while this may not be the only reason I no longer shop at Lush it’s definitely a reason to be more cautious, especially if you have light hair.

Daniel Sloss: Dark

Daniel Sloss is one of my favourite comedians so I’m glad to see his Netflix special getting the attention it deserves. If you haven’t seen this or Jigsaw I highly recommend you watch them, it’s a comedy show with some very interesting twists that leaves you with a lot to think about.

Death Alley

A screener I was sent in 2021 that is very out of my comfort zone. I’m not a huge Wild West fan but I had to check this out as it’s based on true story, and I definitely believe you should too.

Where is the Love?

A review I wrote many moons ago about the Black Eyed Peas Where is the Love rerelease. Based on current events happening around the world it’s very poignant and if you have not heard of it I definitely recommend you check it out.

Fit to Fat and Back

A brilliantly motivational documentary that you could watch if you’re looking to lose weight in 2022. A personal trainer shows how getting fit from being fat can be a struggle for everyone but with the right determination you can do it, and really it’s our own self belief that often pulls us away from achieving our goals, regardless of whether they’re within fitness or not.

American Pie 2

One of the better American Pie films and I’m surprised to see it so high on this list, but a great classic if you want something easy to watch that is it quite funny, but maybe not so politically correct in this day and age.

Daniel Sloss: Jigsaw

Personally my favourite out of the two comedy specials. Daniel Sloss’ Jigsaw looks at relationships in a different way that makes it both incredibly deep but also incredibly entertaining. I still think about this special a lot and I feel a lot more people should watch it to really understand more about their relationships and how the idea of romance is often more exciting than romance itself.


A look at the two Pennywise characters before the new It movies came out debating whether Tim Curry’s Pennywise or Bill Skarsgård’s Pennywise was better, and still that debate rages on.

Breaking the Magician’s Code: Magic’s Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed

I am amazed at how popular this review is year-on-year despite it being one of the more niche shows of the early 2000s. People always seem to find this review and while I’m very grateful for that I do wonder what people are looking for when they stumble across it.

Thank you for an absolutely incredible 2021! I couldn’t have achieved my goals with this website without you and I look forward to 2022 and everything we will achieve. I am aiming for 15,000 views this year and so if you would like to support me please keep reading.

Until next time.


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