Do you know how many people enjoy TV shows? According to Statista, 18% of Americans frequently binge-watched TV shows...
Suranne Jones’ gritty new drama Save Me is bound to have us all on the edge of our seats,...
Even before the age of social media, television shows and films have made a habit of inadvertently sharing spoilers within individual episodes. These were often hard to ignore, as anyone who watched The Sixth Sense (I see dead people, anyone?) could testify. Make no mistake; however, the proliferation of... Read more
If like us you’ve absolutely smashed through the second season of Stranger Things in one epic marathon then you’ll certainly be wondering what is next in the following chapter for the kids of Hawkins, Indiana after they tackled yet more threats emanating from the Upside Down. While we all... Read more
The Vampire Diaries has come to an end after eight seasons and eight years of filming. The youth drama starring Elena Gilberg and the Salvatore brothers said goodbye last March. Mystic Falls doors have been closed forever after a tragic end, marked by that death we all less expected.... Read more
Fancy a career change? Inspired by the upcoming release of Arrow: The Complete Fifth Season on Blu-ray™ and DVD, we’ve been pondering how easy it is to move into the superhero profession… Considering how many people have made it without actually possessing a ‘superpower’ (i.e being born on another... Read more
We all love the idea of having a superpower and there’s a wide range of super-human abilities seen on TV and on the big screen. One of the most notable powers depicted has to be super speed, donned by the likes of comic book characters from The Flash to... Read more
Ahead of its highly-anticipated return, we provide ITV’s historical drama Victoria with the royal treatment.Read more
What makes us root for the bad guy? Is it their charm? Is it because they always get the best lines? Or do we all deep down know that under the right circumstances, we could be that evil? Whatever the reason, it’s good to be bad. To celebrate the... Read more
Rising up against the backdrop of a male-dominated world, comes a force yet to be rivalled and reckoned with: kick-ass women. Bursting with bravery, passion and selflessness, these mighty women strive to tackle evil in any shape or form and will stand strong against anyone who tries to get... Read more
Dark, cold and crime –ridden, Gotham city is not a place you’d want to visit on a whim or chance. But Gotham city is changing at the hands of the brave, honest and well-established detective Jim Gordon. After contending with deplorable characters such as Fish Mooney, Penguin and Butch... Read more
Which came first, the chicken and the egg? Statistically, the answer is egg, as the oldest fossils of dinosaur eggs and embryos are approximately 190 million years old (the oldest bird fossils are less than 150 million years old). Despite this, the question of often phrased rhetorically and as... Read more
Neil Gaiman’s incomparable novel, American Gods, tells the story of Shadow Moon, a small-time thief newly released from prison and recast as a grieving husband who soon finds himself in the employ of the irascible Mr Wednesday. Beloved by fan and critic alike, the novel has now found its... Read more
Sherlock’s series four finale drew in an audience of 5.9 million. Its stars, Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, have gone on to head in their own franchises. The show’s twists and turns frequently throw the twittersphere into a furore, and it’s been both praised, criticised as too Bond-esque, and,... Read more