Killing Eve – Trailer and Early Premiere

The much anticipated launch of the Killing Eve season 3 trailer not only delivered some great and fascinating scenes, but also a huge shocker, as the show will launch two weeks earlier than originally planned, now on 12th April. This is great news for fans, and just for everyone in general who will now be […]

Girls (2012) – TV Review

Lena Dunham’s hit breakout comedy was a huge deal for the years it was on air and made many of its cast and crew into household names. However, in more recent years, due to some of Dunham’s questionable comments and retrospective criticisms of the shows lack of racial diversity and problematic presentations of sexuality, the […]

Avenue 5 (2020) – TV Review

HBO’s new star-studded comedy from creator Armando Iannucci is on the face of it a large scale, sci-fi comedy, but like many Iannucci shows, it is much more about the characters and their interactions and situations they get themselves in, and that is where it thrives. Following a reasonably slow start, the show really found […]

Silent Witness Season 23 (2020) – TV Review

Silent Witness has become an incredibly rare beast, a continuing crime drama on the BBC that has now lasted into its third decade, with seemingly no sign of it slowing down (it has been renewed for two more seasons, which will include its 25th anniversary season). This is a show I watched from my early […]

Elizabeth Is Missing (2019) – TV Review

Alzheimer’s/Dementia is one of the most difficult and emotionally shattering illnesses that a family can deal with, and it is therefore not shown very often in the correct manner on screen.  However, in the BBC’s feature length adaptation ‘Elizabeth is Missing’ the genius decision to have a dementia sufferer essentially trying to play detective and […]

Harley Quinn (2019) – TV Review

This is truly the perfect Harley Quinn series. It features almost every character Harley could come into contact with, it captures the heart of the character perfectly, and it is non stop fun, that acts as the perfect companion piece to the equally brilliant ‘Birds of Prey’. Both the show and the film start with […]

What to watch this week in Film and TV (9th-15th March)

This is a new weekly feature where I will highlight 5 films or TV shows that are launching in the UK this week. It is set to be a slightly slow week but there are still some stand outs. The Hunt – 11th March The film that was delayed almost six months due to its […]

The Trip to Greece (2020) – TV Review

This is apparently the final entry in ‘The Trip’ series and it is a very enjoyable and surprisingly somber ending. Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s Odyssey through Greece gives the chance for the audience to sample some stunning views, hilarious interactions, and interesting moments of self reflection. The premise of two men, playing versions of […]

The Pale Horse (2020) – TV Review

In recent years, adapting Agatha Christie for the BBC has become popular and has led to reasonable success, and I would firmly put this adaptation somewhere in the middle of the versions based on quality. It is far from a bad show, but it also fails to reach the heights of classic Christie. The sense […]

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