RECAP & REVIEW: Doctor Who – ‘The Ghost Monument’ (Series 11, Episode 2)

“Another triumph was just how well Whittaker, Cole, Gill and Walsh already seem to be gelling together. Even if the writing had its pitfalls, their natural camaraderie elevated the episode.” Our Recap/Review of the all too generic second episode.… Read More RECAP & REVIEW: Doctor Who – ‘The Ghost Monument’ (Series 11, Episode 2)

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RECAP & REVIEW: Doctor Who – ‘The Woman Who Fell to Earth’ (Series 11, Episode 1)

“Whittaker is, for want of a better word, brilliant, and more than adept at bearing the weight placed upon her shoulders; all the while exuding a strong sense of identity by the end of the episode that moves her interpretation of the character away from Capaldi’s world weariness and Smith’s whimsicality.” Our Recap and Review of of the ‘fresh feeling’ Series 11 opener.… Read More RECAP & REVIEW: Doctor Who – ‘The Woman Who Fell to Earth’ (Series 11, Episode 1)

RECAP & REVIEW: Peaky Blinders – ‘The Company’ (Series 4, Episode 6)

“Mirroring the twists and turns in the boxing match between Goliath and the ‘gypsy David’ was a masterstroke by Steven Knight. Big may generally beat small, but guile often beats brute strength, a fact Tommy Shelby seemed to be all too aware of in relation to threat he was facing from Luca Changretta and the mafia.” Danielle’s take on the eventful Series 4 finale. … Read More RECAP & REVIEW: Peaky Blinders – ‘The Company’ (Series 4, Episode 6)

RECAP & REVIEW: Peaky Blinders – ‘The Duel’ (Series 4, Episode 5)

“It was honestly a relief to have an episode that allowed you to take a breath after the last overly hectic installment. Nevertheless, that’s not to say that there weren’t moments that had me on the edge of my seat.” Danielle’s Recap/Review of the excellent penultimate episode of the series. … Read More RECAP & REVIEW: Peaky Blinders – ‘The Duel’ (Series 4, Episode 5)

RECAP & REVIEW: Peaky Blinders – ‘Dangerous’ (Series 4, Episode 4)

“It’s almost hard to know what to make of such a densely packed episode. One that was perhaps too densely packed. As ever, the performances were universally great, but none of the narrative threads were afforded the time to sit in the moment that they necessarily needed.” Danielle’s Recap and Review of the densely packed fourth episode. … Read More RECAP & REVIEW: Peaky Blinders – ‘Dangerous’ (Series 4, Episode 4)

RECAP & REVIEW: Peaky Blinders – ‘Blackbird’ (Series 4, Episode 3)

“There’s always been a sense that our protagonist was formerly a much lighter individual, but confirmation of this fact seemed wholly apt in an episode where the Shelby men were struggling with their duties within the family, and as men in general.” Danielle’s Recap and Review of the melancholic 3rd episode. … Read More RECAP & REVIEW: Peaky Blinders – ‘Blackbird’ (Series 4, Episode 3)

RECAP & REVIEW: Peaky Blinders – ‘Heathens’ (Series 4, Episode 2)

“It’s hard to know where to start with such an action-packed episode, so let’s begin with the performances. Cillian Murphy and Helen McCrory are so consistently excellent that you almost forget the spells they weave with their craft on a regular basis. In ‘Heathens’, both of them were breathtakingly brilliant as Tommy and Polly worked their way through the gamut of emotions; from grief, to fear, to cold-hard resignation. Paul Anderson was equally spell-binding as he conveyed Arthur’s gut-wrenching heartbreak at losing his little brother. He’s always great at conveying the almost childlike simplicity of the eldest Shelby brother’s emotions and his predilection to wearing his heart on his sleeve, yet he was particularly good in this episode at putting across his confusion, rage and vulnerability.” Danielle’s Recap/Review of the gut-wrenching 2nd episode. … Read More RECAP & REVIEW: Peaky Blinders – ‘Heathens’ (Series 4, Episode 2)