Disasterpiece: WATERWORLD, by Dan Owen.
SOUTHPAW, by Jack Murray.
TRUE DETECTIVE, 2.6 - 'Church in Ruins', by Jack Murray.
HUMANS - series one, episode seven, by Alex Mullane.
HANNIBAL, 3.8 - 'The Great Red Dragon', by Andrew Bemis.
LILAH: Mind if I join you?The big finale of Angel season 3, "TOMORROW", offered an enjoyable viewing experience, blessed by a fantastic cliffhanger that must have played like gangbusters back in 2002 (as there's subsequently been dozens of supernatural shows that've played with the idea of punishing a vampire with eternal incarceration rather than death). That Angel's (David Boreanaz) particular comeuppance came at the hand of his own son, Connor (Vincent Kartheiser), who found it easier to jump to conclusions about his adopted father's suspicious death, added a welcome dose of familial tragedy, too. You really felt for Angel when he was begging his brainwashed son to listen to his side of the story, as his coffin was being sealed and about to be tipped off the back of a boat into anonymous dark waters. It was a memorable and heartrending image to end on.
WESLEY: On many levels and with great intensity.
Waterworld still evokes feelings of cinematic misfortune, two decades after the post-apocalyptic action film's summer release, but time’s been kind to this 1995 'flopbuster'. Indeed, despite its dismal reputation (earning itself nicknames like 'Fishtar' and 'Kevin’s Gate', alluding to fiascos Ishtar and Heaven’s Gate), there are much bigger financial and creative disasters. Continue reading...
ANT-MAN, by Simon Cocks.
Retrospective: CLUELESS (1995), by Josh Winning.
TRUE DETECTIVE, 2.5 - 'Other Lives', by Sarah Hughes.
HUMANS - series one, episode six, by Alex Mullane.
HANNIBAL, 3.7 - 'Digestivo', by Andrew Bemis.
INSIDE OUT, by Sarah Hughes.