Category Archive: Film & Television

The Night Manager Re-View

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The BBC has a solid history of adapting le Carré novels. With The Night Manager the BBC manage to make another solid le Carré adaptation. The problem is that it is solid by… Continue reading

The Wonder Woman Movie Dream

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She’s been around seventy-five years. She’s had hundreds of comics or thousands if you include appearances outside her own title. She’s had a campy live action TV show and appeared in many cartoons… Continue reading

What Netflix can learn from The Crown

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It is starting to feel a lot like the end of the golden era of Netflix’s original content. Whilst a lot of it is still quality work the sheen is starting to dull… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Virginia

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I’ve never played a ‘walking simulator’ before. I’ve always been interested in them, but never found the time to have a go. Virginia is known for not being your average walking sim (or… Continue reading

Where are the good Halo characters?

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Halo is a big video game franchise. It’s probably the biggest Western video game franchise. Call of Duty may sell more titles, but Halo is bigger as an overall brand. There are numerous… Continue reading

Martha

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Why did you say that name? If you don’t instantly know what the title is referring to, I’d suggest you back out now. If you are worried I am either going to be… Continue reading

Imperium Re-View

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What’s a ‘Re-View‘? For starters it is either a horrible pun or a horrible abbreviation. For us it means we’re watching old shows or films and reviewing them. We’re ‘re-viewing’ them, or viewing… Continue reading

Lucy Re-View

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What’s a ‘Re-View‘? For starters it is either a horrible pun or a horrible abbreviation. For us it means we’re watching old shows or films and reviewing them. We’re ‘re-viewing’ them, or viewing… Continue reading

The Dreaded Backlog: Heavy Rain

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Welcome to THE DREADED BACKLOG! It’s incredibly easy to buy video games, but it takes a lot more time to play through them. All of us have a backlog of good gaming intentions… Continue reading

Richard’s Western Odyssey #3

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Westerns. One of the most enduring and mythic genres that the world has ever seen. But what makes them so popular? Is it their ability to pit man against wild? To tell stories… Continue reading