Princess Mononoke: Our Relationship with Nature

Miyazaki’s masterpiece explores the turbulent relationship between man and the natural world, writes Kieran Enright When I first stumbled upon Studio Ghibli, I was immediately taken aback by the style and tone of its tales. Unlike its Western counterparts, these epics deal with conflicts of ideals, and question the resilience of the human condition. Hayao […]

The Last of Us

Julie Hassett If you haven’t at least heard of The Last of Us by now, then I suggest you add this game to your shopping list! The Last of Us is a deeply emotional and touching survival horror game developed by Naughty Dogs, the same developers who brought us the infamous Uncharted series. I can […]

Back in the Closet

Why can’t television accurately portray LGBTQ* people and their relationships? Jack Wrixon investigates. Buckle up, ladies and gentlemen; this is going to get intense. In recent years, the number of LGBTQ* storylines on television has gone up, and frankly the timing couldn’t be better. As society began to wake up (and is still waking up), […]

Motley Meets Maeve Higgins

Ireland’s first lady of comedy Maeve Higgins sat down with Riley to chat about adventures in The Big Apple and her spectacular new laugh-out-loud book Off You Go: Away From Home and Loving It. Sort of. The comedy industry is no joke, pun very much intended, and no one knows this better than Maeve Higgins. […]