Amelia Hiller, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Amelia Hiller

Review: You

Comment Editor Amelia Hiller takes a look at Netflix's addictive thriller You, to see what has got viewers swooning for stalkers

Posted on 7th March 2019

Why Bodyguard Has Taken the UK By Storm

The UK was missing a gripping television drama, and Jed Mercurio certainly delivered one this Autumn, with Bodyguard pulling in record-breaking audiences for BBC One’s Sunday evening slot

Posted on 4th December 2018

The Return of Riverdale

Comment Editor Amelia Hiller explains why she wont stop watching the third season of Riverdale, even as it takes off in a bizarre direction

Posted on 15th November 2018

Single Review: The 1975 – It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You)

The latest offering from The 1975 is a captivating portrait of the front man's struggles and an exciting preview for the upcoming record, Amelia Hiller reviews

Posted on 20th October 2018

To the Victor Go the Foyles

While traditional bookshops like Foyles are falling foul of the boom in online shopping, there may still be hope for the high-street brand yet, argues Comment Editor Amelia Hiller

Posted on 22nd September 2018


Amelia Hiller shares her thoughts on the newest single from The 1975, as fans anticipate the band's third studio album

Posted on 12th September 2018

Wonga Gone Wronga

Comment editor Amelia Hiller celebrates the collapse of loan shark organisation Wonga, and hopes it signifies the downfall of its competitors once and for all

Posted on 12th September 2018

Festival Review: British Summer Time – Bruno Mars

Amelia Hiller journeyed to Hyde Park's British Summer Time for a day of sun and music headlined by pop sensation Bruno Mars and told us all about it

Posted on 11th August 2018

Alfie’s Deye of ‘Poverty’

Comment Editor Amelia Hiller discusses Alfie Deyes' mistake and the responsibility YouTubers have to educate their fanbases

Posted on 12th July 2018

Redbrick’s Festival Guide 2018

Redbrick Music is back with its comprehensive, month-by-month walk-through of all the biggest festivals coming this summer across the UK and the continent

Posted on 19th March 2018

Black Friday: The Nightmare Before Christmas

Comment Writer Amelia Hiller analyses Black Friday and explores its implications on modern-day consumerism

Posted on 9th December 2017

Stranger Things is Back

TV Critic Amelia Hiller looks at the first episode of the highly anticipated Netflix original Stranger Things 2

Posted on 11th November 2017