Doctor Who’s ‘Demons of the Punjab’ takes us back to the Partition of India. While this makes for a compelling slice of history and an interesting hour of television, does it make for a good Doctor Who episode?
Doctor Who’s The Tsuranga Conundrum gives us the series’ cutest villain yet, but struggles to push itself beyond the usual Doctor Who fare. Now that we’re halfway through the season, is the show playing it too safe?
Though the Western has enjoyed some brief resurgences in popularity in recent years, the genre is still a far cry away from its heyday in the 1950s. But with the much lauded reception of Red Dead Redemption 2, could the future of Westerns lie in a medium switch up from cinema to gaming?
Doctor Who series 11 brings us back down to Earth with ‘Arachnids in the UK’ , a competent though somewhat unremarkable return to the series’ staples.
After a life-long journey of belting out Queen songs in late night car rides, Ciaran was intrigued by new biopic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’. Did it rock her, or bite the dust? Read her review here.
After an apocalyptic series of critical failures and cancellations, can Daredevil season 3 bring some much needed quality to Netflix’s Marvel television universe?
It’s historical episode time! This week, Ciaran discusses Doctor Who’s latest foray in to the past, wondering whether some historical figures are out-of-bounds for the show.
After a strong premiere, Doctor Who’s eleventh season has a lot to live up to. Does the second episode match the quality of the first—or are flaws beginning to show?
Part Tarantino, part Hitchcock, ‘Bad Times at the El Royale’ is an homage-laced neo-noir driven by a star-studded cast. Is watching this a bad time, or is it worth checking in? Ciaran reviews.
Doctor Who kicks off its eleventh season with Jodie Whittaker’s debut as The Doctor. Will number thirteen spell disaster, or is it just what the doctor ordered?