Features

TV extends the exercise ground of the psyche. Does cinema? TV extends the exercise ground of the psyche. Does cinema?

Over the past few years the consistently high-quality output... 

The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 80 – Kill la Kill The Beginner’s Guide to Anime, No. 80 – Kill la Kill

As we continue to look into the vast and curious group of... 

Breaking Down The British Comedy Awards Breaking Down The British Comedy Awards

The nominations for this year’s British Comedy Awards... 

The British Comedy Awards are a joke The British Comedy Awards are a joke

Every November the nominations for the British Comedy Awards... 

Five reasons to get excited for the return of The Fall Five reasons to get excited for the return of The Fall

Today marks the highly anticipated return of eerily-cool crime... 

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News

New family for Emmerdale’s Home Farm New family for Emmerdale’s Home Farm

Emmerdale’s Home Farm will have a new family set to make... 

Christopher Eccleston to star in ‘Safe House’ Christopher Eccleston to star in ‘Safe House’

Acclaimed British actor Christopher Eccleston (The Leftovers,... 

Michael Flatley’s Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games Michael Flatley’s Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games

Legendary dancer Michael Flatley is back on the West End stage... 

Black Work for Sheridan Smith Black Work for Sheridan Smith

Filming has commenced on riveting three-part thriller Black... 

Countryfile: A Celebration of the Seasons Countryfile: A Celebration of the Seasons

See Countryfile as you have never seen before in this feature-length... 

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Reviews

New Girl (Series 3) New Girl (Series 3)

New Girl: the current court of actress, musician and reigning Hipster Queen Zooey Deschanel. A media phenomenon and “adorkable” progenitor that I have managed to avoid, until now. Sitting down at the weekend, tasked with the daunting task of watching the 23 episode third series of the Fox comedy I had no preconceptions, just a vague knowledge... [Read more of this review]

Secret Sex Lives: Supersized Sex Secret Sex Lives: Supersized Sex

Gigantomastia anyone? Nope, me neither. Well, not without the help of a thesaurus. Feederism? Mmm, food must be involved, but nope, thesaurus again. Giantish fetish? Well, that’s pretty straight forward – a predilection for giants, surely? In the first episode of Secret Sex Lives: Supersized Sex, we follow the lives of four people, where size... [Read more of this review]

Remember Me Remember Me

Let’s get something out of the way right off the bat here – Remember Me is something a bit special. It does play on ghost story tropes and it’s a bit predictable at points, but it’s a highly enjoyable and delicately crafted show that you’d be a fool of a Took to miss. Remember Me is a supernatural thriller starring Michael Palin as... [Read more of this review]

The Fall Series 2 The Fall Series 2

Not long into the recap of series one, it’s clear why The Fall probably shouldn’t work. There’s the incredulous plot, for starters, which asks viewers to believe that a loving father, working in the compassionate role of bereavement counsellor and living happily with his wife and two children, has a secret life as Belfast’s foremost murderer... [Read more of this review]

High Maintenance High Maintenance

Classic silent movie charisma is the big eyes and expressive face of someone like Steve Buscemi. A non-judgemental innocence that indulges the characters he’s cast amongst and slows the tempo to a speed at which good vibes are more easily attainable. It’s a level of charm that High Maintenance’s co-creator Ben Sinclair – playing... [Read more of this review]

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