Tigers, murder for hire, throuple wedding, suspected murder, amputation, dodgy tattoos, interview in a bath, an ongoing internet fued and drugs... These are just a few of the crazy things you'll experience after divulging into the world of the Tiger king on Netflix. For those of you who have been living under a rock for the past few months. Tiger King is one of the newest Netflix crazes consuming twitter feeds, tiktoks and the uncontrolable, unsanctioned world of memes. Although, from its description, it might seem as though this is some manic plot of an Mnight Shyamalan upcoming film, it is in fact just a short variety of things that crop up in the obscure documentary. A spoiler alert is important at this point, although I will only be mentioning a few of the insane sights that occur during this documentary, it may seem as though I have already spoiled this documentaries story for you: but just wait -
236,711 deaths in the UK overall, with 384 as of today. It is clear the Corona virus has halted life as we know it. Around the world many countries have been advised by their governments to take part in a self lockdown, as well as taking procationary steps when it comes to social distancing. Life as we know it will cease to exist, the way we shop, the way we interact with others and the way we educate. This in itself is an example of how in the age of the corona virus outbreak, university students, particularily those in their last year of education, have been neglected by both the government and society.
Firstly, lets me start off by saying I have always been a personal fan of Chucky. From the original Child play movie and its sequels, to the reboot of the curse of chucky and the more recent child play reboot. However, remakes have often posed a problem, it takes a lot to make a remake successful and popular. David Katzenberg's Childs play (2019) does just that. Not only playing hommage to its predecessors, but creating a whole new world for the terrifying 29 inch life size, serial killer, possessed by a murderer who dabbled in black magic, the terrifying doll, Chucky.