6 Reasons You Should Watch BBC’s The English

Hey there! I recently stumbled across the new period drama The English on the BBC, a fictional western set mostly in the late 1800s and featuring an incredible cast headlined by the magnificent Emily Blunt (who's also an Executive Producer on the series). After enjoying the first episode immensely, I soon finished the 6-episode series … Continue reading 6 Reasons You Should Watch BBC’s The English

Thoughts on the Obi-Wan Kenobi Series

Hello there! The Disney+ limited series Obi-Wan Kenobi wrapped up this week with Part VI, a spectacular finale that wrapped up various story arcs to satisfying effect. I consider myself a casual Star Wars fan, but I've always been a huge fan of the Obi-Wan Kenobi character, particularly the Ewan McGregor version, so this was … Continue reading Thoughts on the Obi-Wan Kenobi Series

Carole & Tuesday: Part 2 Review

Certificate: 15Production: Bones, FlyingDogDistributor: NetflixPlatform: Streaming - NetflixRelease Date: Out Now In my review for Part 1 of Carole & Tuesday, I talked about how I really liked the partnership of the two leads (Carole and Tuesday, if that isn't clear) but it lost its way during the Mars' Brightest competition that dominates Episodes 7-12. … Continue reading Carole & Tuesday: Part 2 Review

Carole & Tuesday: Part 1 Review

Certificate: 15Production: Bones, FlyingDogDistributor: NetflixPlatform: Streaming - NetflixRelease Date: Out Now This is an anime someone *cough* you know who you are *cough* had been telling me to watch for a long time, and, well, I have finally got around to it! I tend to enjoy anime with a musical theme, such as Your Lie … Continue reading Carole & Tuesday: Part 1 Review

Your Lie in April: Volume 1 Review

Music is a way in which people connect and express their feelings, whether through listening or performing. It’s such a massive part of a lot of our lives and it’s used as a potent subject matter for the story which Your Lie in April tells. Music is often used in film, television, games and pretty much any … Continue reading Your Lie in April: Volume 1 Review

Black Mirror Season 4 Review

Showrunner: Charlie BrookerAvailable on: NetflixRelease Date: Out Now -SPOILERS FOR BLACK MIRROR AHEAD- Since Black Mirror started in 2011 with the distinctly disturbing The National Anthem, there has been pretty much nothing else like it. The anthology format of technology-focused stories has consistently presented dark situations - only made more affecting by their closeness to … Continue reading Black Mirror Season 4 Review