Category: TV

Review: The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers Season 1

When I was growing up, The Mighty Ducks was one of my favourite films and all I ever wanted was a Mighty Ducks jersey of my very own. I held the original movie in the same regard as something like Return of the Jedi so when The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers was officially announced with …

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Interview: Jean Johansson

Jean Johansson is no stranger to the spotlight as she is known to many as one of the faces of A Place in the Sun on Channel 4 as well as BBC’s Animal Park. In addition, Jean’s appearance on Celebrity MasterChef 2018 followed by a stint on This Morning helped make her a household name …

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Review: Jupiter’s Legacy Season 1

Based on the Mark Millar / Frank Quitely comic book of the same name, Jupiter’s Legacy sees is the first in what could be a longline of adaptions based on Mark Millar’s work from Netflix following the acquisition of the Millarworld brand back in 2017. However, anyone looking for something along the lines of Kick-Ass …

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Review: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Season 1

Unlike WandaVision which lent itself perfectly to the episodic format of TV, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is basically a 6hr film chopped up into bite sized chunks and is effectively the fourth entry in the Captain America series as it pays off ideas and plot points first introduced in both Captain America: The …

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Review: Paradise City Season 1

To my surprise American Satan was one of the better films of 2017 so I was really looking forward to seeing where Paradise City was going to take the characters and story that had been so carefully crafted for that film. Set a couple of years down the road from American Satan, Paradise City continues …

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Review: WandaVision Season 1

When WandaVision first began in January I really didn’t know what to make of it. I didn’t really get the concept of the show as a whole and I’ve never been a huge an of the Wanda Maximoff character in the films. But, given the fact it is the only entry into the Marvel Cinematic …

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Interview: Terry Dresbach

An Interview with Terry Dresbach Costume Designer for the Hit TV Series, Outlander Costume design in a period setting is challenging to say the least and very few shows, or movies for that matter, can manage to do it a convincing way. Outlander however, doesn’t have that problem and in our minds, as we said in …

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