BY TARQUIN SUTHERLAND It was a bloodletting like no other witnessed in recent times – if ever, in the modern age. For seven and a half minutes, the great and the good of Hollywood sat transfixed and slack-jawed at the sight of Ricky Gervais; treating the entire Hollywood construct – the studios, stars and execs, and in a wider sense the whole of the Liberal … Continue reading The Hollywood Massacre
BY ANDREW MOODY Spike Lee’s Oscar speech was as politically charged as possible: “Make the moral choice between love versus hate. Let’s do the right thing!” He was of course referring to the 2020 presidential election around the corner and Hollywood’s desperate desire to dethrone Trump. This is no doubt why Lee – a mediocre filmmaker at best but political dynamite nonetheless – won a … Continue reading Oscars Devalued
BY LDH POWELL So, an article by Matt Kilcoyne in The Telegraph came out in favour of ‘Love Island’, decrying the intellectual “snobbery” of quite possibly (and most likely) its own readers, and the “Twitter storm” surrounding this latest hyped-up TV offering. The premise being that ‘Love Island’ contestant applications were higher than that of applications for Oxbridge. What’s that I hear? carefully manicured and … Continue reading Love Islands
BY BEN PENSANT From inventing a racism epidemic by pretending hate crime reports are the same as convictions to demanding heads roll because a researcher claims an MP once leered at her while she ate a Pepperami, modern progressives love nothing more than taking a huge dump on due process. Luckily, while our legal system stubbornly refuses to imprison people just because Twitter tells them … Continue reading Woody Allen – Guilty!
BY JON ALEXANDER For decades, Hollywood has been a symbol for many as the ideal lifestyle. Whether it’s the young girl next door fulfilling her dreams of acting alongside the guy she had a poster of on her bedroom wall. Or a young boy wanting to fly the Millennium Falcon into a battle in space. Hollywood could accommodate everybody. It oozed class, style and drama … Continue reading Hollywood Fallen