Charlie Brooker’s Antiviral Wipe (2020) – TV Review

We are only into the fifth month of 2020, but it already feels like the longest and most significant year of most of our lifetimes, and their is only one man who can sum it up perfectly, and that is writer of ‘Black Mirror’ and former star of ‘Weekly Wipe’, Charlie Brooker. The energetic, scathing, […]

Dead To Me Season 2 (2020) – TV Review

Netflix is packed full of content, much of it entertaining, and therefore some great content can be slightly overlooked, and I really feel this is one of them. While it doesn’t quite match the heights of the first season, ‘Dead To Me’ season 2 is still a throughly entertaining and well made piece of TV, […]

Most Dangerous Game (2020) – TV Review

Quibi is seeming more and more like a financial venture that won’t work out, and while that isn’t a great tragedy as I’m not a great fan of the ‘phone only’ streaming service, I am still making the most of my 3 month free trial to watch all of the TV shows on the service […]

Brassic Season 2 (2020) – TV Review

The first season of ‘Brassic’ was a surprise smash hit for Sky last year, and following this successful follow up, it is now one of the channel’s flagship shows, and is likely to run for many years. Joseph Gilgun stars as Vinnie, the leader of a group of working class, odd ball thieves. While we […]

Killing Eve Season 3 – Are You From Pinner? (Reaction)

Killing Eve has always been about the complicated sexual/murderous relationship between two women; Eve Polastri and Villanelle, and in episode 5 of each season so far the two have had memorable meetings. However, in a smart decision to freshen things up, episode 5 of season 3 is the shows first episode not to feature both […]

Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours To Kill (2020) – TV Review

Jerry Seinfeld is one of the most famous and successful comedians on the modern era, and he returns to the stand up stage here for a Netflix special. One of Netflix’s most underrated and key aspects is the wide variety of stand up specials, from both then biggest stars in the world, and upcoming stars, […]

50 States of Fright (2020) – TV Review

Sam Raimi made his name in the 80/90s as a new kid on the block with exciting horror projects, before conquering the blockbuster genre in the 21st Century, but now he is back, on streaming service Quibi, with a horror anthology series. I like the general idea of the series, but the show never clicked […]

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