Welcome to Los Angeles in 2048. After technology has advanced so far that it was nearly impossible for governments to keep up with the acceleration, organised crime has soared. To fight back, the LAPD developed combat-ready androids. Two years after Detective John Kennex’s team was ambushed on a raid against the Syndicate, human officers are […]Read More Almost Human: Pilot.
After this series premiere of NBC’s new stab at the Draculean legend, I might now as well cast my verdict as to ‘Good Awful or Bad Awful?’. Going by this pilot, I’m afraid we’re heading distinctly towards Bad Awful.Read More Series Premiere Review — Dracula: The Blood is the Life.
This is a preview — you can find the actual episode reviews in the Dracula Season 1 tag. You know the feeling. News about a new show comes out and you get all excited because it’s a character or genre or concept you like and you think, ‘Ooh, can’t wait until it airs!’ And then […]Read More NBC’s Dracula: Good Awful or Bad Awful?
Pilot & Blood Moon Based on the 1820 short story The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving, this is a modern re-telling of the tale, featuring a 280-year-old Oxford professor, a badass woman of colour police lieutenant, and a headless asshole on a horse, also known as DEATH. I already really liked the pilot, but […]Read More Sleepy Hollow (FOX): and so it begins
Before CBS’ new original series finally premiered on telly last night, there was a lot of talk, a lot of controversy, a lot of debate, and, let’s face it, a lot of butthurt. Moffat was annoyed, Benedict Cumberbatch was graceful—basically, everything as it always is. After the resounding success of the BBC’s Sherlock, of course […]Read More Sometimes, I Hate It When I’m Right—Elementary: Pilot.
Sherlock reviewed so far: A Study in Pink, The Blind Banker, and The Great Game. The BBC have published a DVD with all three episodes of Sherlock that have been transmitted so far, and said DVD contains the unaired pilot episode for the series: A Study in Pink, roughly 55 minutes long, directed by Coky […]Read More “Everything Else Is Just Transport.” — Sherlock: A Study in Pink 1.0 (The Unaired Pilot).
A Study in Pink, the first of three episodes of BBC One’s Sherlock aired yesterday evening, and I’m bloody sold. What Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss have thought up on long, dreary train rides to and fro between London and Doctor Who-Cardiff is amazing, gripping, clever, quick-witted, imaginative, insightful, great handiwork, wonderfully cast, … blahblah. […]Read More Don’t Get Murdered While You’re Wearing an Alarming Shade of Pink. SH