50 Ideas for writing content reviews

A list written by: Lee Sonogan

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You can review anything. Your thoughts and analysing can give you many ideas to create quality reviews. Facts and relevent information will also help. If you are going to review something, you must have experienced it or know a lot about it. If not it will not sound authentic. Then also research to get more information for it.

  1. Movies
  2. Directors
  3. Tv shows
  4. Documentarys
  5. Authors/Screenplay writers
  6. Books
  7. Graphic novels
  8. Comics
  9. Video games
  10. Video game companies
  11. Websites
  12. Blogs
  13. Internet videos
  14. Podcasts
  15. Audiobooks
  16. Comedians
  17. Philosophers
  18. Quotes
  19. Politicians
  20. Scientists
  21. Athletes
  22. Magicians/illusionist
  23. Celebrities
  24. Actors/actresses
  25. Sports games/fights
  26. Groups
  27. Songs
  28. Albums
  29. Bands
  30. Musicians
  31. Food
  32. Local food
  33. Beverages
  34. Alcohol
  35. Energy drinks
  36. Company product review
  37. History
  38. Conspiracy theories
  39. Religion
  40. Gods
  41. Planets
  42. Building designs
  43. Hair styles
  44. Clothing styles
  45. Various Art
  46. Monologues
  47. Live performances
  48. Fictional creatures and monsters
  49. Animals
  50. Review yourself

“Sometimes writing about a TV show, or a movie, or a book, is the most honest way to write about yourself.”
Aaron Burch, Stephen King’s The Body

Reviews are done in so many different ways depending on the writers knowledge and perspective on it. So review recommendations can only be good if a reader reads the writers other stuff and ends up liking similar stuff to what the writer has written about. Not everyone will agree with your reviews.

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