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[TV Review] Big Little Lies Season 2 (2019)

[TV Review] Big Little Lies Season 2 (2019)

In 2017 HBO released the limited series based on the book by Liane Moriarty Big Little Lies, it became a hit with critics and audiences. It’s female centric story, covering themes of friendships, abuse, secrets, motherhood and relationships set in a sea side town with mostly upper-class women whose children go to the same school … Continue reading

[TV Review] Veronica Mars Season 4 (2019)

[TV Review] Veronica Mars Season 4 (2019)

A long time ago we used to be friends … That tune was first heard on TV screens back in 2004, when a little show called Veronica Mars debuted. The series centered on High School student Veronica Mars played by Kristen Bell, whose father Keith (Enrico Colantoni) was formally Sheriff of Neptune and now Private … Continue reading

[TV Review] GLOW (2017) Season 1

[TV Review] GLOW (2017) Season 1

Starring: Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, Sydelle Noel, Marc Maron, Ellen Wong, Britney Young, Britt Baron, Kimmy Gatewood, Rebekka Johnson, Sunita Mani, Marianna Palka, Gayle Rankin, Kai Stevens, Jackie Tohn, Kate Nash and Chris Lowell. Plot: An inside (fictionalised) look at the creation of 80’s TV sensation GLOW aka Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling, including the highs … Continue reading

[TV Review] Broadchurch 2×07 & 08

[TV Review] Broadchurch 2×07 & 08

I am a little late in my write up, such is life though. Broadchurch has now wrapped up it’s second season, and it will be back for a third with David Tennant and Olivia Colman. So these final two episodes wrapped up the murder trial and revealed what really happened in Sandbrook. The lead up … Continue reading

[TV Review] Broadchurch 2×06

[TV Review] Broadchurch 2×06

A little late in reviewing this episode, I blame my brain that totally forgot about the review heh. So this episode was an excellent one, focusing on the repairing relationship between Ellie and Tom, the troubles facing Jocelyn and Sharon, Beth and Mark’s relationship drama and what really did happen with Sandbrook. This episode tackled … Continue reading

[TV Review] Broadchurch 2×05

[TV Review] Broadchurch 2×05

So this weeks episode was a lot better than last weeks, and it certainly gave us a lot more development. The emotional heartstrings were certainly pulled. We made more ground with Sandbrook and things are going to get very heated next week with the Joe Miller trial. First up we had the reunion (brief) of … Continue reading

[TV Review] Broadchurch 2×04

[TV Review] Broadchurch 2×04

Yes I am a little late with this review, because to be honest this was not a great episode, nor was it overly memorable. I actually forgot about it until now. This episode continues on, focusing I felt more on Sandbrook than on Broadchurch. With Sandbrook we get more insight into that case, and my … Continue reading

[TV Review] Broadchurch 2×03

[TV Review] Broadchurch 2×03

Things are really starting to get juicy now! Third episode into Season 2 and things are starting to almost fall into place. The Sandbrook case has taken a few turns, and we the audience are the detectives trying to work things out. The trial of Joe Miller is continuing and it is getting very ugly, … Continue reading

[TV Review] Broadchurch 2×02

[TV Review] Broadchurch 2×02

A week has gone by already? Did Broadchurch Season 2 really start over a week ago? Time flies huh? After last weeks bombshell episode with Joe Miller (Matthew Gravelle) pleading not guilty to the murder of Danny Latimer, the trial begins. At the end of last weeks episode the defence for Joe Miller, led by … Continue reading

[TV Review] Broadchurch 2×01

[TV Review] Broadchurch 2×01

After a nice long wait, well at least it felt that way, the break out UK hit of 2013 is back with its second season. As a very devoted fan of the show, I actually stayed well away from any spoilers on what this next season would be able. I wanted to go in surprised, … Continue reading

The Strain – “Night Zero” Review

The Strain – “Night Zero” Review

Synopsis: A plane bound from Berlin, Germany mysteriously stops dead at the tarmac in JFK International Airport in New York City.  A CDC investigator, his team, and an elderly pawn shop owner will all come to learn the horrifying truth as to why. We live in a new golden age of horror television.  Once thought the … Continue reading

NBC’s Rosemary’s Baby [2014]

NBC’s Rosemary’s Baby [2014]

Dir.: Agnieszka Holland Writers: Scott Abbott, James Wong and Ira Levin Stars: Zoe Saldana, Patrick J. Adams, Jason Isaacs and Carole Bouqet I personally have no allegiance to Roman Polanski’s chiller originally penned by Ira Levin. I have seen it several times and it certainly more or less has earned it’s praises, but it’s not a … Continue reading