I am Sherlocked!
I remember discovering the first series on DVD about the same time as I was re-discovering Conan-Doyle’s original works in 2011. The first series remains one of the greatest accomplishments in British television, right up there with Doctor Who and Fawlty Towers.
I’m sure some Holmes scholars … Continue Reading
The first half of The Walking Dead season 7 is over and with it, as always; joy, sorrow and some disappointment. Though for many Walking Dead fans, it’s a break we feel we deserve.
The following is a spoiler filled recap of the episodes that have aired so far, followed … Continue Reading
Warning: Here be spoilers!
Also death… Lots and lots of death!
Let’s open with a body count shall we?
Margaery Tyrell, Loras Tyrell, Mace Tyrell, Kevan Lannister, Tommen Lannister, Alliser Thorne, Lancel Lannister, The Three Eyed Raven, Trystane Martell, The High Sparrow, The Waif, Olly, Lem Lemoncloak, Brother Ray… Is … Continue Reading
After watching the first episode of Stranger Things the other week, honestly it hasn’t been far from my mind since. I’m pretty sure everyone at work now knows about it and followers of my Tumblr are aware I jumped on board the train early – nice for someone who is … Continue Reading
All rise for Judge Danny B as Dan and Josh Nerdibate the question that’s as old as fandom itself. The two titans of science fiction go head to head as Dan and Josh debate which is better, Star Wars or Star Trek. They’ll be judging the mythologies on their themes, … Continue Reading
WARNING : SPOILERS AHEAD
Televison has been going from strength to strength over the last few years with many shows upping their game to match the imagination and epic scale of many movies, with shows like Game of Thrones, Vikings, Hannibal and of course, The Walking Dead, presenting … Continue Reading
I’ll be going into specific details regarding Season 2 of Marvel & Netflix’s Daredevil so if you haven’t seen it yet don’t say I didn’t warn you. Ok, here it comes…
The Devil has certainly had his due, if the fan reactions are anything to go by. After … Continue Reading
Despite being far better than anyone expected (far better than the depressingly mediocre cinematic outing which starred a woefully miscast Keanu Reeves) the nascent Constantine TV series was cancelled by NBC after just thirteen episodes.
Comic book properties and network television, eh?
But, as Lucifer himself will tell you, John … Continue Reading