Because it’s not always about movies.


Broadchurch is simply one of those programmes that got it right. Rarely boring, always emotional and significantly never predictable, it’s proof that TV can be both formidable and powerful in style and substance. The eight part ITV drama written by… Read More ›

Hannibal Review (TV)

Blood, guts, shootings, stabbings, impalings, serial killers, psychopaths, nightmares, hallucinations, breakdowns, insanity and the FBI’s answer to rain man. Within the opening three minutes of Hannibal’s first episode, aptly named Aperitif,  the audience is immersed in Will Graham’s world; the camera walks us through a blood-soaked, body-littered… Read More ›