Snitch begins by making it clear it is a true story and because you know this, what follows is a tense and edge-of-your-seat thriller. Knowing that what occurs is based on true events makes them feel more high-stakes and it helps … Continue reading Dwayne Johnson Month: Snitch (2013) Review
Because I review a whole tv series rather than individual episodes, there is a chance of spoilers, so if you haven’t watched the whole series yet, stop reading now! The secret of a good second season is to take what … Continue reading Breaking Bad (Season 2) TV Review
Because I review a whole tv series rather than individual episodes, there is a chance of spoilers, so if you haven’t watched the whole series yet, stop reading now! Some shows have that rare but fantastic element that all are … Continue reading Breaking Bad (Season 1) TV Review
Every show, regardless of genre or format; regardless of idea or characters, has a shelf-life. No show can possibly exist forever and be as successful or as good as they were when they first began. Furthermore, most shows actually go … Continue reading Why no TV show should go beyond five seasons
In twenty years, the only television that will be aired at a specific “live” time will be sports and news. There will no longer be television schedules, where people have to tune in at the same time each week to … Continue reading Why you should get a TV and film streaming subscription…
Channel Four’s recent “Funny Fortnight” was pretty hit and miss to say the least. For people who may have missed it or may not be familiar with Channel Four, it is a UK channel which celebrated 25 years by revisiting their “greatest hits of comedy.” As well as showing the best of their past series, they also aired pilots for new comedy series, in an attempt to gain interest or an audience, hopeful for a new series. I really enjoyed the fortnight for this reason. I liked the idea of getting a small taste of a show and then voting with … Continue reading Should the UK have a TV Pilot’s season?