I was giddy with excitement after watching Thin Ice, and the smile on my face just wouldn’t leave. I absolutely love a Doctor Who story with a ton of depth and impressive exploration of character, and this week’s episode delivered on levels I never expected. Writer Sarah Dollard has accomplished a beautiful story amongst the frozen Thames in London during the last great frost fair in 1814. … Continue reading Doctor Who: Thin Ice is a ‘cracking’ time
Writer Frank Cottrell-Boyce returns to pen another below par attempt at a Doctor Who episode. Cottrell-Boyce’s most recent other creation in Doctor Who was In the Forest of the Night during Series 8, which was quickly regarded as one of the worst episodes ever made. However I tried to keep my pessimism at an all-time low coming into Smile. I hoped that Cottrell-Boyce has learnt … Continue reading Doctor Who: Smile fails to impress
I had the great opportunity to speak to Film and TV Production student, James Court, who is the writer and show-runner of one of Sonar TV’s latest projects – Overdraft.
British Independent Wrestling has never felt as important as it does right now.
The UK have selected their song for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest in Ukraine. Continue reading “United Kingdom prepares to Celebrate Diversity at Eurovision 2017”
1. A Series Of Unfortunate Events I could not make a list for Netflix without adding this classic. It’s the first season of a show that was originally a movie, adapted from the popular book series. It is about three orphans; a book-obsessed boy, a bitey baby and an inventive sister. There’s a villain who decides to disguise himself and tries to kidnap the children … Continue reading Top 5 Netflix picks for January
Together Or Not At All: So it’s come to this. What a wild ride it’s been. We’ve seen everything from freaky alien sex to magical confession rocks. There’s been many ups and downs along the way. But how does Class finish the series? Stronger than expected. Continue reading “BBC Class: The Epic Finale”