The Walking Dead continues this week as we delve further into what makes new antagonist Alpha tick. Her daughter Lydia reveals a bit about what life was like for them in the early days of the apocalypse in a rare TWD flashback sequence. But can what she says be trusted?Read more "The Walking Dead – ‘Omega’ Review"
“Language. I’m a kid, asshole.” After what this time felt like a very short break, The Walking Dead is back on our screens. It left us back in November at what was seen by many as the show’s highest point in years. Not since season 4 maybe 5 had the show been that consistently excellent or engaging. […]Read more "The Walking Dead – ‘Adaptation’ Review"
David Lowery’s latest film is possibly star Robert Redford’s last. And as final films go, Redford couldn’t have picked a more charming film than The Old Man & The Gun.Read more "The Old Man & the Gun (2018) Review"
Of all the episodes of Chris Chibnall’s newly re-vamped Doctor Who, it’s the latest episode – the Chibnall penned ‘The Tsuranga Conundrum’ – that best highlights the strengths and weaknesses he has as a showrunner and writer.Read more "Doctor Who – ‘The Tsuranga Conundrum’ Review"
“How’s this for fire and fury?” Now the new series of Doctor Who has settled into its groove, it’s time to bring out the monster of the week episodes. All shows have them, some are made from them (see: the first season of Smallville) and all shows have varying degrees of success. Doctor Who is the same. Some of the […]Read more "Doctor Who – ‘Arachnids in the UK’ Review"
Including this episode, Andrew Lincoln’s Rick has only three episodes left. This episode sets up the pieces for multiple exit strategies whilst also giving us one of the best dilemma’s in the shows history.Read more "The Walking Dead ‘Warning Signs’ Review"
After last week’s wonderful start to the new Jodie Whittaker-led series of Doctor Who, ‘The Ghost Monument’ had quite a job on its hands. And historically for Doctor Who, the second episode in the season hasn’t always been the best (‘The End of The World’, ‘The Shakespeare Code’, ‘The Fires of Pompeii’, ‘The Beast Below’) […]Read more "Doctor Who – ‘The Ghost Monument’ Review"