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Top 5 Deaths in The Walking Dead

Top 5 Deaths in The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead is no stranger to slaughtering its characters, and this article is intended to celebrate the very best of the many demises that have occurred throughout its run. Deaths need to be levelled with an appropriate impact upon the viewers. Whether this is achieved through any uniquely harrowing circumstances in which a certain character’s cessation occurs, or simply due to it entailing the tragic loss of a fan favourite. The Walking Dead‘s proficiency in this expanse makes narrowing down five of its finest unceremonious killings a rather strenuous affair, but without further ado… Continue reading →

Doctor Who: Series 7A Retrospective

Doctor Who: Series 7A Retrospective

Doctor, who? — the enigma that we’ve seen in variant form flash across our screens countless times over the last fifty years, and still do on the scarce Saturdays that Doctor Who is in town these days. It’s the imperative of Moffat’s ongoing arc, and never more so than in his latest series… Continue Reading →

Cult Classics: Moon (2009)

Cult Classics: Moon (2009)

Starring the ever impressive Sam Rockwell (almost exclusively so, in fact), Moon follows Sam Bell’s supposed final few weeks of a three-year stint harvesting and shipping helium-3 for Lunar Industries, from aboard their secluded lunar station. Penned by Duncan Jones, this modestly budgeted sci-fi film is one of the most outstanding products of its era… Continue reading →

Cult Classics: The Shadow Line

Cult Classics: The Shadow Line

Hugo Blick’s atmospheric noir thriller starring Christopher Eccleston, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Stephen Rea, aired in 2011 on BBC Two and was one of the TV standouts of the year. Rated as the second best programme of 2011 in Radio Times, this artsy conspiratorial tale is refreshingly avant-garde… Continue reading →

Must Watch TV: Sherlock

Must Watch TV: Sherlock

Yes, it’s Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss’ collaborative modernised adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous works. In the mere six episodes it’s had thus far, Sherlock has stormed to immense levels of popularity with its British and overseas audiences, and become a staple of the BBC’s programming line-up. It stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the calloused, punctilious sleuth, Sherlock Holmes, and Martin Freeman as Holmes’ taciturn, investigative partner and blogging annalist, Dr John Watson… Continue reading →

Is The Walking Dead Companion Series a Good Idea?

Is The Walking Dead Companion Series a Good Idea?

AMC recently announced that a spin-off of The Walking Dead is in development for 2015. The series will feature a whole new host of characters, giving us an alternate perspective on the zombie apocalypse to that of Rick Grimes and co., whom we have become so accustomed to over the last three years. Robert Kirkman will be capacitating as an executive producer, along with veterans of the original series, Gale Ann Hurd and David Alpert… Continue reading →