For all his petty moaning, mood killing and marrying OF Sloane, Eric ‘E’ Murphy brought something to Entourage that none of the other characters possessed: common sense. Facing a torrent of abuse from all the Hollywood big shots throughout the … Continue reading Relatable Character of the Month: E from “Entourage” Eric ‘E’ Murphy brought something to “Entourage” that none of the other characters possessed: common sense.
Philip K. Dick is a giant of the science fiction world. His short, prolific career produced 44 novels and 121 short stories, of which 13 have been made into films. Dick’s works tackles what it means to be human, perhaps … Continue reading Phili K. Dick – Electric Dreams Dystopia becoming reality
If there was ever an awkward virgin who summed up university life succinctly, it would be Fresh Meat’s Kingsley (played by Joe Thomas), aka ‘The Pussy Man’. A new stab at college life has me wanting to grow a soul … Continue reading Relatable Character of the Month: Kingsley This month we’re feeling…
The Cuckoo’s Calling was published in 2013 as the debut crime novel of Robert Galbraith. The release was soon overcome by a media frenzy after it was leaked to The Sunday Times that the pseudonym was, in fact, the first … Continue reading BBC’s “Strike: The Cuckoo’s Calling” “Harry Potter” this is decidedly not.
We’re back to hook you up with the best Netflix viewing this August. Instead of compulsively refreshing Instagram and brooding over everyone you know drinking umbrella cocktails in some tropical paradise, tune in and veg out with TN2, with our … Continue reading Netflix: What To Watch – August
Jason Bateman steals the show in Netflix’s latest foray into the murky world of Mexican drug cartels – joining Narcos and more recently El Chapo – in Ozark. Bateman plays Marty Byrde: husband, father, and crooked financial advisor, who has … Continue reading “A Redneck St. Tropez”: Netflix’s “meandering” Ozark
We’re back again to give you the newest and best additions to Netflix this July. Do you have the Netflix blues, are you anxiously wondering what could fill the void after Orange is the New Black and Stranger than Fiction? We’ve got you covered with 10 great new films and tv shows.
●●●●○ Season 1 available now on Netflix It’s all big hair, big knickers and big moves in Netflix’s new eighties-set comedy GLOW, a fictionalised retelling of a real life group known as the Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling. Community’s … Continue reading Netflix’s Glow: Leotards, disco and recreational cocaine
●○○○○ Full series now available on Sky Go and NowTV Apparently Julia Stiles is still in showbiz! At least for now, which is the only thing worth noting about the first episode of Riviera, Sky’s latest drama about death … Continue reading First Impressions: The Filthy Rich in Sky TV’s Riviera
●●●●○ Airing Weekly Sunday 9pm on Channel 4 UK and Ireland “[dropcap]T[/dropcap]his will become ordinary,” warns Aunt Lydia (a terrifying and brilliant, Ann Dowd) as she instructs a group of women during their training at the Red Centre. It is … Continue reading First Impressions: The Harrowing Handmaids Tale
What with the first ever British Podcast Awards taking place last month, there is no doubt that podcasts are becoming a permanent fixture in our lives. And if they’re not on yours, they should be. If you’re a newcomer to … Continue reading The Podcasts You Should be Listening to This Summer