British TV: Des

It doesn’t take long for the suspicious remains found in the sewage system to be identified as human and for the man who flushed them down his toilet, Dennis Nilsen, ‘Des’ (David Tennant) to be taken into custody by local police.

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British TV: I Hate Suzie.

Created by Lucy Prebble & Billie Piper Broadcast: Sky AtlanticConcludes: From 27th August 2020, all episodes are available on Sky on DemandSynopsis: When her phone is hacked and images surface that point to her infidelity, fading celebrity Suzie Pickles deals with the fall out that takes a toll on her marriage, her career and most importantly, […]

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Movies in September

I finally have a list (albeit a short one) for you! Mulan (Disney+ only) The New Mutants Bill and Ted Face The Music Progress! If none of the above tickle your fancy then keep an eye peeled for the re-releases going on. They’re a little spotty and in some cases very short-lived but it’s still […]

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August Favourites

It’s that time again: MONTHLY FAVOURITES. Succinct favourites across my consumption of film, television and novels, as well as what I’ve been up to creatively. FILM 🍿 I know I should probably say Tenet but I’m just going to go with BACK TO THE FUTURE TRILOGY on this one. I had a much needed day off and […]

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Film Review: Tenet

Don’t worry about trying to understand why – just how. It doesn’t have to make sense because it’s already happened and you’ve already understood it..ti dootsrednu ydaerla ev’uoy dna deneppah ydaerla s’ti esuaceb esnes ekam ot evah t’nseod tI .woh tsuj – yhw dnatsrednu ot gniyrt tuoba yrrow t’noD The Synopsis So here’s the gist […]

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Trilogy Review: Back To The Future

Eccentric inventor Doctor Emmet Brown, ‘Doc’ (Christopher Lloyd) has invented a time machine in the shape of a Delorian. With it, he and teenager Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) use it to travel backwards and forwards in time as they attempt to observe and rectify changes made to their timeline in a wild ride adventure […]

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Netflix Review: Project Power

A new drug is being passed around the streets of New Orleans. The pill is pure power and gives whoever takes it the ability of superpowers for five minutes. It’s unstable. You don’t know what power you’ll get, or if your body will completely reject it and have your insides exploded on the streets around […]

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Netflix Review: Work It

Quinn Ackerman (Sabrina Carpenter) has been waiting to go to Duke University for as long as she can remember. She takes AP classes and ticks all the right extracurricular boxes. Unfortunately, Duke has decided to shake up their admissions and so the only way Quinn can get in is if she shakes things up too. […]

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Movies in August

Sigh. At this point it’s not safe to even speculate what’s going to happen. I thought I would have skipped off to the cinema by now to enjoy a chance of watching a classic movie on the big screen. But alas, I am still cinema-less. In the UK, Vue, which is my local cinema chain, […]

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July Favourites

It’s that time again: MONTHLY FAVOURITES. Succinct favourites across my consumption of film, television and novels, as well as what I’ve been up to creatively.   FILM 🍿 I had quite a few re-watches in July, as is the way when you’re out voted on movie night because you’ve seen everything. However, I did enjoy Netflix new […]

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British TV: I May Destroy You

Written & Created by Michaela Coel Broadcast: BBC One (Also released simultaneously on HBO) Concluded: 13/07/2020 Synopsis: A young woman deals with being raped, struggling to get back to a good place. Cast: Michaela Coel, Paapa Essiedu, Weruche Opia Episodes: Twelve Twitter famous writer Arabella (Michaela Coel) is your everyday millennial: renting a too small […]

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Netflix Review: The Old Guard

A group of centuries-old protectors are being hunted down in the hopes their genetics can be analysed and be humanities saviour – for a price. Before I pressed play I hadn’t watched the trailer for The Old Guard, the name sounded cool and we’re lacking many new movie options at the moment. Not only that […]

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Movies in July

There are rumours that cinemas will begin opening from mid-July – HAZAR! As most movies have been delayed, I have read that UK Cinemas have been given access to old 450 movies for rerelease in order to tide audiences over until newer titles are back in full swing. I will be keeping my eyes peeled […]

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June Favourites

It’s that time again: MONTHLY FAVOURITES. Succinct favourites across my consumption of film, television and novels, as well as what I’ve been up to creatively. FILM 🍿 Rolling off the back of ‘A Movie A Day in the Month of May’ it actually took me a little while to finally watch a movie in June (12th to […]

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Trilogy Review: Iron Man

Iron Man is simply that – a man made of iron. Or I suppose, more accurately, a man encased in a weaponised iron suit which was built, powered and used by Billionaire Tony Stark. Initially constructed to keep him alive the suit made him eligible to join the Avengers Iniative, but that’s another story. The […]

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