Category Archive: TV

A Great Beginning for Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events

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Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events is an adaptation done right. The eight 50 minute episodes remain somewhat faithful to the children’s novels. This is not surprising as Daniel Handler (Lemony Snicket), the author… Continue reading

Why Jessica Jones is the best thing to happen to the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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This article will have spoilers for Jessica Jones, so unless you’ve already watched it or don’t care about spoilers at all, you should probably stop reading. The show, as its title suggests, is… Continue reading

Star Wars Rebels: Seasons 1 & 2 Review

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The critical acclaim of fan-favourite Emperor Strikes Back and the cult following of Knights of the Old Republic suggest that fans of Star Wars gravitate towards darker, more mature stories. With the cancellation… Continue reading

Netflix, Binge-watching, and the Future of TV

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The art of visual storytelling has evolved throughout history. From the theatre, to film, to television, each medium has its own set of unique restrictions and challenges when it comes to telling a… Continue reading

Agent Carter S2: Romance and Frustration

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This article contains spoilers about Marvel’s Agent Carter up to season two, episode 5 (the most recent episode when I’m writing this), if you haven’t seen the show and you don’t want to… Continue reading

Romantic Comedy Recommendations

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“Romantic Comedy” as a genre has developed a bit of a bad reputation. Romantic comedies are often thought to be formulaic, idealistic, and pandering. Generally, this genre is considered uninspired and even tedious… Continue reading

How to Get Away with Murder

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I recently came across this fairly new television series that caught my attention and wouldn’t let it go. The intricate plot and diverse characters in this dark and intelligent television series drama is… Continue reading

A Doctor Who Recommendation: Where to Start

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      So, you’re new to Doctor Who and want to start watching. Well, read on! There’s a couple starting points you can take. I’ll break down each potential starting point below… Continue reading

The Beauty of Steven Universe

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Steven Universes is one of those cartoons directed at children and received by older audiences. After it began airing on TV for the first time, around a year ago, the show melted the… Continue reading