1 March 2023
How To Kill Your Family: Witty, modern, and hilariously sarcastic
Follows fiction’s funniest serial killer as she seeks out salacious sex parties, plays with frog poison and seduces unwitting millionaires, all for one purpose. Murder.
1 October 2021
Review: Squid Game
Brutal in both content and message, Squid Game seemingly came out of nowhere to (rightfully) take its place as one of the most talked about shows on Netflix.
20 August 2021
Review: Under The Floorboards
Delve into the true story of serial killer Ed Gein, in Simon Shaw’s theatrical horror show that looks into the psyche of a timid and warped murderer, one that would inspire serial killer stories in pop culture for decades.
15 June 2021
Brighton Fringe Review: Truth Be Told
“With three contrastingly eccentric, quirky, hilarious characters Truth Be Told was destined to be brilliant from the start!”
10 May 2021
Things Heard & Seen review
Released onto Netflix on 29 April, new thriller ghost story ‘Things Seen and Heard’ is a gripping watch. In this review I share my thoughts!
6 March 2021
“Netflix. Exhausted. DVDs. Seen them. A woman finds that TV isn’t the only thing to watch during lockdown”.
13 November 2020
Ki-taek's family takes an interest in a wealthy family for their living, however they get mixed into something unexpected.
20 May 2019
Get Out; Review
My thoughts on the 2018, Oscar nominated thriller, Get Out....
17 April 2018 – 21 April 2018
curious directive: Frogman
A coming-of-age, supernatural thriller, experienced with Virtual Reality headsets and live theatre, this is a ground-breaking theatre from double Fringe First Award winners, curious directive.
28 February 2016
Creating Suspense at Bath Literature Festival
I was very excited to hear two 'suspense' novelists talk about the genre of crime and thrillers, the idea of the 'domestic noir' and how they build suspense in their writing.