Superhero, TV Reviews

TV REVIEW: WandaVision Episode 9 (2021)

A strange sense of entitlement surrounded WandaVision in recent weeks. Every week, the internet was abuzz with fan theories that were willed into existence by literally millions of fans the world over, followed by days of disappointment that followed when such fan theories never came…

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TV REVIEW: WandaVision Episode 8 (2021)

WandaVision has excelled thus far by hopping between genres at will, all of it seamlessly blending to create arguably the most talked-about television event in years. Not since the true crime documentary golden age of Netflix’s Making A Murderer, has Twitter been so absorbed in…

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TV REVIEW: WandaVision Episodes 5-7 (2021)

WandaVision and The Problem with Spoiler Culture In the weeks since the last recap, WandaVision has developed an undisputed must-watch reputation. The weekly release of the show has earned a lot of attention, both acclaim and criticism. On one hand, giving WandaVision time to breathe…

Film Reviews, Z - 2018

REVIEW: Private Life (2018)

Richard and Rachel want to start a family. After many attempts and not being able to conceive on their own, they look at the means of assisted reproduction and other therapies to finally fulfil their wish to parent. When things go awry, they feel hopeless…

Film Reviews, Z - 2018

Fiona’s March Round-Up

While the UK enjoys the quality of Oscar-nominated films such as ‘The Shape of Water’ and ‘Lady Bird’ in the first few months of the year, the first quarter can be something of a barren wasteland in US cinemas. We did get ‘Paddington 2’ in…

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REVIEW: The Visit (2015)

M. Night Shyamalan has seen his career fall down a precipice greater than the one faced by the characters in the recently released ‘Everest’. From brilliant beginnings with ‘The Sixth Sense’, which earned six Oscar nominations, to the downright terrible, like ‘The Happening’, Shyamalan’s career has turned into,…

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REVIEW: She’s Funny That Way (2014)

Admittedly, going into ‘She’s Funny That Way’, I knew I was going to like it. The universal hype was certainly lacking, but I believed in my heart of hearts that this was the kind of film made for me – an erudite, endearingly comical, gaff-laden…