Previously on Sherlock: The Lying Detective. With the writers’ egos being bigger than their brains, the episode didn’t earn the emotional fallout the creators expected.Read More “I Know Who You Really Are.” — Sherlock: The Final Problem.
As we’re hurtling towards the inevitably tense and mind-boggling (in either the positive or the negative sense of the word) conclusion of the series (and possibly the show), here’s a few things that I wanted to write about that I haven’t really touched on in my reviews so far.Read More A Few (Subjective) Truths about Sherlock, Series 4
Previously on Sherlock: The Six Thatchers. Modelled on Arthur Conan Doyle’s short story The Dying Detective, this episode is, in some aspects, a return to form — but it’s hella gut-wrenching, too.Read More “It Is What It Is.” — Sherlock: The Lying Detective.
Previously on Sherlock: The Abominable Bride. Let’s get one thing out of the way first. If this episode felt off, wrong, out of whack, off kilter, and very much disjointed and uncomfortable — that’s because the writers want you to feel that way.Read More “I made a vow.” — Sherlock: The Six Thatchers
Previously on Sherlock: His Last Vow. There are no ghosts in this world. Save for the ones we make for ourselves. This is the story of five minutes in the life of Sherlock Holmes. Five minutes in the real world, but a lifetime in another — in Sherlock’s Mind Palace, to be precise. In the time […]Read More Sherlock: The Abominable Bride.
Watson wrote the story — but he changed the ending. I’ve read very little about the new Mr Holmes, starring Ian McKellen up to this point, simply because I wanted the first images I saw of it to be those in the trailer, not those of my overactive imagination. I’ve seen and read so much of […]Read More Ian McKellen’s ‘Mr Holmes’ — Official UK trailer
As you’ve probably heard, the BBC are planning to release yet another Sherlock Series 3 box set (DVD and blu ray) containing new audio commentaries, three 45′ features containing behind-the-scenes footage as aired on PBS, deleted scenes, and outtakes. The one thing the fandom has been clamouring and (more or less) patiently waiting for since […]Read More Sherlock — First Outtake Released
BBC confirms Sherlock Series 4 will include a Special and 3 Episodes BBC One has officially announced that the much anticipated fourth series of Sherlock will bring us a Special followed by three 90-minute episodes. Production on the Special will commence in January 2015, the series episodes are set to be filmed later in the […]Read More BBC confirms Sherlock Series 4 will include a Special and 3 Episodes
Previously on Sherlock: The Sign of Three. The answer to that — the usual. John Watson. I recall calling The Reichenbach Fall brilliant television and a veritable rollercoaster of emotions. Then what am I to call this? Because this is even bloody better. The facts of the case are these: Sherlock Holmes is a murderer.Read More “Who Would He Bother Protecting?” — Sherlock: His Last Vow.
Previously on Sherlock: The Sign of Three. I talked a lot about how Sherlock feels in my review of the second episode of Series 3. I’ve talked about how he’s terrified of losing John to domestic bliss, but also determined to let him and Mary go if that will ensure his absolute happiness — rather […]Read More Sherlock: The Marriage of Three (follow-up).
In case you were wondering — no, I’m not alright. I’m not alright at all.Read More Sherlock: His Last Vow — trailer
Previously on Sherlock: The Empty Hearse. The producers have described this episode as the most “un-Sherlock” episode of Sherlock ever — but then, that’s not quite true. Why? Because this episode is about John and Sherlock. And that’s always been Sherlock at its best, and at its heart and core.Read More “He’s Clueing for Looks.” — Sherlock: The Sign of Three.