Jessica Jones series 2, as intriguing as ever

The second series starts with the best possible thing it could have, Jessica Jones. The series gives us more of the complicated superhero (or anti-hero) and for most people that is a great thing. It’s easy to get lost out there in the world of super hero shows, there sure is a lot of them... Continue Reading →


You’re The Worst – a series review

If your looking for a rom-com that will warm your heart this aint it, in fact the characters from this series would more than likely yell at you and then throw up if you even suggested a rom-com, that’s what makes You’re The Worst unique funny and at times dramatic. The series follows Jimmy (a... Continue Reading →

Broad City – Review

This Comedy Central show chronicles the goings on of two friends, Abbi and Ilana, who tolerate their minimum wage jobs, annoying roommates and average sexual partners, the one thing they do have going for them is their friendship with each other. From the opening scene of the very first episode of series one i could... Continue Reading →


MindHunter is based on the book Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit written by John E. Douglas, who is the inspiration for Holden. John E Douglas whose encounters through the Seventies and Eighties with Ted Bundy, Charles Manson, Ed Gein and others inspired movies such as Silence of the Lambs is portrayed... Continue Reading →

Chuck The TV series

Chuck is a series that first aired in 2007 and ended after 5 series in 2012, so this review is of a TV series that has now been finished for a few years. The premise of Chuck is very simple. Bryce Larking, a former college friend and roommate who is a CIA agent, steals an... Continue Reading →

Brooklyn Nine Nine series 4

Have you been watching Brooklyn Nine Nine? well you should, trust me it is easily one of the best comedy’s in recent years, easily eclipsing the now very disappointing Big Bang Theory (a show that use to be good but is now past its sell-by-date) and yet Brooklyn Nine Nine doesn't seem to get as... Continue Reading →

Born to Kill Channel 4 mini series

NOTE: The psychology aspect of this post was written based on notes and guidance from someone i know, i personally have no knowledge or professional link to psychology. This post also contains spoilers! you have been warned. Sam seems like a regular teenage boy, he’s polite, kind an helpful to his single mother who works... Continue Reading →

Orphan Black

As innovative TV shows go, Orphan Black’s selling point is extra special. The Canadian born and made TV series about a young woman who discovers that she is one in a family of clones (no spoilers because this can be figured on in the opening of the first episode of the first series) what’s impressive... Continue Reading →

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