Invincible Episode 5 (TV Review)

Posted by - April 9, 2021
Most television series’ have at least one episode per season that ends on a cliff hanger; some leave you in shock while others come out of nowhere. However, the latest episode of Amazon’s adult superhero show, Invincible, ends on one of the most shocking and suspenseful cliff hangers in TV history making this the best

Invincible Episode 4 (TV Review)

Posted by - April 2, 2021
Amazon’s brand new show, Invincible, truly impressed me during its first three episodes due to its light-hearted tone, charming characters and dazzling animation. Now, with the next episode in the eight episode series now streaming exclusively on Amazon Prime, Robert Kirkman’s animated series has solidified itself as a must watch series. Here’s why.   The

Invincible Episode 1-3 (TV Review)

Posted by - March 25, 2021
We are three months into 2021 and we have had an abundance of Comic-Book content already; from WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier streaming on Disney+ to Zack Snyder’s Justice League on Sky Cinema/HBO Max. I have been a big fan of these TV shows and movies but after watching the first three

“I’m here to help”- I Care a Lot (Film Review)

Posted by - February 15, 2021
I Care a Lot premiered at the Toronto Film Festival last September and received rave reviews and now it’s finally being released on Amazon Prime in the UK. I Care a Lot is a sharp and tightly written darkly comic thriller that has you gripped right the way through. Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl) brings immense

Vikings: Valhalla Confirms Cast Members

Posted by - January 26, 2021
The hit series from the History Channel, Vikings, will be getting a spin off series which has already begun production. The series is called Vikings: Valhalla and will be premiering on Netflix. This may come as a shock to fans of the original show that can only be found on Amazon Prime Video, in the

Brosnahan On The Lam – I’m Your Woman (Film Review)

Posted by - December 9, 2020
The ‘crook-on-the-lam’ story is one that has, for the most part, been characterised by men, men who have made a bad decision, forced to leave everything behind and take to the open road to escape their pursuers. Part and parcel of that narrative usually involves our antihero having to leave behind a loved one, a