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Halloween (1978)

Halloween (1978)

With the release of David Gordon Green’s Halloween, a franchise refresh set 40 years after the events of John Carpenter’s original slasher hit, there is perhaps no better time to visit and/or revisit Carpenter’s Halloween then right now on its…
#NerveBigReview2018: Top 5 TV shows

#NerveBigReview2018: Top 5 TV shows

As students, it’s fair to say a lot of us love TV shows and often will binge a show from start to finish on Netflix or Hulu. 2018 has yet again been a great year for TV, so Nerve’s Claire…
Coffee House Sessions – Marius Bear

Coffee House Sessions – Marius Bear

Marius Bear stood on the Dylan’s stage with a guitar in one hand and a beer in the other ready to play at the weekly Coffee House Sessions. The Swiss singer is native from the Swiss mountains and jokingly laughed…
Iron at the Bournemouth Little Theatre Club

Iron at the Bournemouth Little Theatre Club

Nerve was given the privilege of going to see the ImpAct Theatre’s Iron written by Rona Munro last night at the Bournemouth Little Theatre Club. Emma Reynolds gives her thoughts. I showed up to the venue and was quite surprised…

Review: Big Mouth Season 2

Puberty get even harder.#BigMouth Season 2 is now streaming on @netflix. pic.twitter.com/YpzIbogEC9 — Big Mouth (@bigmouth) October 5, 2018 OUR FAVOURITE, RELATABLE ANIMATED SITCOM IS BACK, WITH JUST AS MUCH SCATALOGICAL HUMOUR AS LAST TIME.Netflix’s underdog series is back, and…
Coffee House Sessions: VICTORS and RVBY

Coffee House Sessions: VICTORS and RVBY

Week 3 of the Coffee house sessions took place at Dylan’s on Tuesday as we welcomed two fantastic acts in the form off 4 piece synth rock outfit VICTORS and singer songwriter RVBY. Both acts hope to grab themselves some…

Review: Venom

BRITAIN’S FAVOURITE BAD BOY TOM HARDY STARS AS INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALIST EDDIE BROCK, AND HIS ALTER-EGO VENOM: A POWER-HUNGRY ALIEN WHO IS THIRSTY FOR CHAOS AND DESTRUCTION. I was very reluctant to watch Venom: partly because of the lack of advertising…
The Dirty Nil at the Joiners

The Dirty Nil at the Joiners

A small venue that has played host to many a famous band on the quest for superstardom but it really does far more than provide that bridge to the glossy front pages of Kerrang or NME. It puts on the…