Hey, I'm Harley (yes, like Harley Quinn). I'm studying Comparative Literature at UCL. I like to travel as much as possible but since that's expensive I'm usually at home watching Netflix.
David Freyne talks creating unique zombies for 'The Cured'
The director talks about zombies and representing Ireland on film.
The Cured review - zombie drama lacks bite
Ellen Page fights Irish zombies in this predictable but still entertaining post-post-apocalyptic thriller.
A Personal Insight: Harley Rae's favourite films
If I could only choose five films to watch for the rest of my life, these are the ones
Black Panther review - not bad as a standalone, but struggles to find its place in the franchise
Black Panther is more of a standalone movie in the MCU universe, but it still makes its mark.
TV Review: Black Mirror (Season 4)
Season four of the anthology series has a much lighter tone.
The Best Modern Sitcom Christmas Specials
We rank some of the best Christmas specials of the 21st century.
Alexandra Spencer-Jones on her new musical, The Lost Boy Peter Pan
We talk with the director and adaptor of this new telling of the classic fairytale.
TV Review: American Horror Story: Cult
AHS's bizarre seventh season is surprisingly brilliant.
Creepy Countdown: The 10 most iconic moments in horror cinema
As Halloween celebrations ramp up this weekend, we look at the movie moments that define the horror genre.
TV Review: Bounty Hunters (Series 1, Episode 1)
Jack Whitehall’s new show is a bizarre “thriller comedy”.
Creepy Countdown: Three foreign horror movies to sink your teeth into
For those who don't often venture behind the American film market, here's three foreign-language horrors featuring ghosts, vampires, and fairies to get your blood racing.
Jack Whitehall speaks about his new show, Bounty Hunters
The Sky One thriller-comedy stars Whitehall and Rosie Perez
Creepy Countdown: Film Review: The Snowman
This movie is an utter disaster in every sense.
Creepy Countdown: Pan's Labyrinth, Guillermo del Toro, and parallel worlds
It's 23 days until Halloween, and we celebrate one of the director's greatest works on his 53rd birthday.