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Inside No.9- Series Review

September 16, 2014 4:36 pm0 comments
Inside No.9- Series Review

A Tales of the Unexpected for the modern age where comedy and the macabre are interlaced, Inside No.9 invites the viewer to embark on six standalone stories, each unfolding behind different doors marked with a number 9. Wherever these doors lead, whether it be a flat, country house or theatre […]

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The League of Gentlemen: Becoming a State of Mind

July 15, 2014 9:50 am0 comments
The League of Gentlemen: Becoming a State of Mind

The League of Gentlemen, a comedy show so exquisitely entwined with horror, it seems to ingratiate itself into the very fibres of the subconscious. ‘What on Earth did I just watch?’ seems to be a fairly corporate reaction, and the truth is that there is no real way of describing […]

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First official teaser trailer released for ITV mini series, Chasing Shadows

June 27, 2014 9:00 am1 comment

With release of the first official teaser trailer for the greatly anticipated Chasing Shadows (as tweeted by one Reece Shearsmith), it is fair to say we can expect a very decent bit of telly. Starring Reece Shearsmith, Alex Kingston and Noel Clarke, the four part crime drama concentrates on the […]

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Inside No.9 Episodes 1-3: ‘A Tales of the Unexpected for the modern age’

June 18, 2014 3:00 pm1 comment
Inside No.9 Episodes 1-3: ‘A Tales of the Unexpected for the modern age’

‘A Tales of the Unexpected for the modern age’ where comedy and the macabre are interlaced, Inside No.9 invites the viewer to embark on six unrelated stories, each unfolding behind different doors marked with a number 9. Wherever these doors lead, whether it be a flat, country house or modernist […]

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All My Love to Long Ago: An Adventure in Space and Time Review

December 4, 2013 10:09 am0 comments
All My Love to Long Ago: An Adventure in Space and Time Review

The announcement that current Doctor Who Consul Mark Gatiss, with the help of Terry McDonough as Director and Matt Stevens as Producer, was recreating the show’s earliest days for the small screen led many (including me) to conclude that An Adventure in Space and Time would be yet another polished […]

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