Starring: Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, Sydelle Noel, Britney Young, Marc Maron, Kate Nash, Kia Stevens, Gayle Rankin Last year a show arrived on Netflix that ticked a number of boxes for me. It was a tightly written and expertly delivered comedy all about legendary womens wrestling promotion GLOW from the people that brought us Orange […]Read More Nothin’s Gonna Stop Them Now: A Glow season 2 review.
Created & written by: Will Sharpe. Starring: Julian Barratt, Olivia Colman, Daniel Rigby, Sophia Di Martino, Will Sharpe, Plot: Maurice and Deborah’s marriage is in turmoil. Donald is embarking on a new business venture. Shun is struggling to cope following his devastating revelation to his publishers and Amy becomes obsessed with a book she finds […]Read More In Bloom: A Flowers series 2 review.
In the early months of 2016, a new comedy made its way on to our TV screens. Broadcast on Channel 4 with episodes to be screened on consecutive nights, it was bucking convention before it even began. That show was the gloriously original, dark and genre-defying Flowers. I will takes some time now to give […]Read More Watch them Bloom: A profile of Flowers.
The first day of the first Wales Comic-Con of the year was great. There was an abundant amount of sun, good company, great Q&A’s and a ace photo-op too. There were a few technical issues that have provoked some less than polite discussion on the events Facebook group but these things happen. On the whole […]Read More Wales Comic-Con 2018 Part One-Day 2 Sunday 22nd April.
Wales Comic-Con enters its 10th year in 2018. For the past decade guests from film and TV, comic book writers and artists, vendors and fans have descended on Wrexham to attend one of the finest little Cons this country has to offer. Today I made my first visit of the year to the Cons April […]Read More Wales Comic-Con 2018 Part One: Saturday April 21st.
Starring: Alex Lawther, Jessica Barden, Gemma Whelan, Wunmi Mosaku, Steve Oram. In October of 2017, Channel 4 broadcast the first episode of a new TV series provocatively titled The End Of The Fucking World, one episode would also be the most they’d terrestrially broadcast of this show, instead sending it to their online only All4 […]Read More Don’t they know it’s the end of the world?: A The End Of The F**king World review.
The considerable talents of Charlie Brooker have resulted in some of the funniest, consistently thought-provoking and generally on the button TV in the last decade or more. From his work on various newspaper columns and the brilliant TVGoHome, working with Chris Morris on the excellent hipster skewering Nathan Barley, trying his hand at comedic horror […]Read More Dark Reflections: A Black Mirror: Season 4 review.