What is going on in the new Game of Thrones trailer?

Khalessi is coming to Westeros y’all! In the fresh new trailer for Game of Throne’s season seven, old friends and enemies return but what does this all mean for our favourite fantasy show. Well, it was announced a few months ago that the final two seasons are only going to be seven episodes each meaning that…

Pretty Little Liars ‘In the Eye Abides the Heart’ Review

Life moves pretty fast. Sometimes you get impregnated with your sort of ex/sort of besties baby, or sometimes you’ve got to cover up the murder from your sort of detective boyfriend or being blackmailed by someone using a computer animated version of yourself. Look what I’m trying to say is that Pretty Little Liars is…

Supergirl borrows Wonder Woman’s boots

In a stroke of genius by the marketing team at DC, a post-finale Supergirl trailer shows Supergirl at a bar wearing a familiar​ pair of boots and cuffs. Featuring some of our fave female characters including Alex Danvers, Queen Rhea, Cat Grant and President Marsdin in a featurette to promote the upcoming Wonder Woman movie….

Dark Universe: What does it all mean?

Universal Studios is injecting new life into it’s classic monster movies with the announcement of ‘Dark Universe.’ The Universe begins with the remake of ‘The Mummy’ starring Tom Cruise soon to be hitting our screens. And they are expanding with big names joining the universe including Javier Bardem (Frankstein’s Monster), Johnny Depp (The Invisible Man),…

Twin Peaks ‘Return’ Review

It took over twenty-five years but the Twin Peaks revival is finally here, in all its Lynchian surrealist glory. If you’re looking for traditional TV then go somewhere else because this is something more. The style is perceivably ‘old world’ in a way that TV hasn’t been since pre-Peak TV. Whether it’s the colour saturation, the…

TV First Impressions: Great News

So… Okay so instead of TV review episode by episode I thought I’d do two reviews for Great News, one at the start and one at the end- that’s right jagweeds I’m doing something different let’s roll with it- The Story… Katie and Carol Wendelson are a super close mother/daughter pairing but when Carol get’s an…

5 Great Modern Day Shakespeare Movies

The enduring appeal of Shakespeare is due to the rich and universal appeal of his stories. But with pontificating professors and stuffy scenery it can often be hard to try and crack into a play. However these directors have taken these classic Shakespeare stories and put a modern twist on them and hopefully will help…

Book Review: The Roanoke Girls

-Spoilers for the first 2 chapters of the book- In a way all the signs were there, we joined Lane returning to a small Kansas town to find her cousin Allegra who has disappeared. We know that she had some sort of tumultuous summer living with her grandparents ten years ago. It all starts off…

Pretty Little Liars ‘Power Play’ Review

With more reveals than a Las Vegas strip show Pretty Little Liars is back with the plot twists and strangeness as it turns out I’m sticking with this show till the bitter end. Fittingly a lot of the drama in this episode takes place around Rosewood High where Alison decides to abort the child she’s…

Book Review: The Beautiful Dead by Belinda Bauer

The Beautiful Dead by Belinda Bauer My rating: 4 of 5 stars Overview- ‘He might kill her and she just might let him…” Eve Singer’s career is based on death, as a crime reporter she’s always following the freshest body bag but her reporting attracts the attention of a ‘super-fan’ with macabre showcases he’s dying…

Supergirl ‘City of Lost Children’ Review

As Rhea’s big plan is finally revealed Terri Hatcher’s evil alien queen is disappointing when it comes to villainy. But by taking off the real estate off ‘alien of the week’ Supergirl finally feels emotionally resonate again. James Olsen finally gets a storyline this week as he comes to terms with Guardian and how people perceive him….

Doctor Who ‘Knock, Knock’ Review

When you go to university and go travelling there’s a tentative line one must try and walk between travel anecdotes and travel monologues. We all know that bitch that went to Bali for six months and came back ‘so enlightened yah.’ Anyway Bill’s facing that exact problem in ‘Knock, Knock’ she’s even brought her weird slightly…