My Favourite Songs from TV Shows

ep13-jesse-walt1Lord knows I am not a music connoisseur. Not that I don’t like it, because I love it (I am a human being, after all), but my favourite band of all time is The Beatles, and after that everything else falls in between, so I happen to enjoy many different singers and bands from all types of music genre, but sometimes I don’t even know their names. Continue reading

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‘In the Forest of the Night’ Review: Happy Red Ring Day

d22-600x332Lord knows I was dreading this episode for one single reason: there were going to be a lot of kids in it. Well, there weren’t more than six or seven, but it felt like a thousand. By general rule, I don’t quite like kids; they can be annoying, the acting is obviously not great and I don’t find them interesting, with few exceptions: the Harry Potter kids, the Goonies and the girl who played Maebh in this episode. Continue reading

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Weekend at the London Film and Comic Con Winter 2014

I was bound to fall in love with this place. As a fan of movies in general and Doctor Who, The Lord of the Rings, Buffy, Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, Marvel and a long etcetera in particular, this was meant to be my Promised Land. And indeed it was. Continue reading

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Film Review: Populaire

populaireOh, French comedies. What is not to like about them? I am lucky enough to have grown up with a Francophile mother who showed me at an early age the entire filmography of Louis de Funes and the magnificent Les Visiteurs. Continue reading

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‘Mummy On the Orient Express’ Review: Mystery Shopper

doc22Oh, I am at that point of the series when I am just waiting for the bigger plan to unfold: after all, we are already past the mid-point of Capaldi’s first year as the Doctor. But still, I do love standalone episodes, and the ones in which the 1920s are recreated in space are no different. Continue reading

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Embarrassing Myself, A.K.A. My Final Project

amelie4Oh, I have been avoiding this for months. My friends asked to see my MA project, and yet I delayed its publication. Continue reading

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‘Kill the Moon’ Review: What. Was. That.

Kill_the_moon_(TV_Story)Oh my, what did just happen there? Continue reading

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‘The Caretaker’ Review: Nothing Good Happens After 2 a.m.

caretaker1For reasons too long to be detailed right now, I did not manage to watch ‘The Caretaker’ until 2am last night and the notes I found this morning on my pillow merely said “Angry Doctor” and “eyebrows” multiple times, because no proper review can come out of watching an episode so late on a Saturday night. Continue reading

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10 Years Later: Lost, I Miss You

Press play and try not to cry. I dare you.

They say some things you never forget where you were when they happened. Well, I remember very well where I was when Lost ended, because I was watching it!

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Stop What You Are Doing and Catch Up with Sleepy Hollow

SLEEPY HOLLOWFinally! I thought the wait would be tedious and way too long, but the moment has come: Sleepy Hollow returns to the small screen tonight! Well, at least in US, but that will not stop me from watching it tomorrow. Continue reading

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