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‘The Mandalorian’ – Season 2 – ‘The Jedi’ – Review

Week on week, Season Two of The Mandalorian continues to get more exciting, and now we’ve arrived at a very exciting and important event in the series narrative in Chapter 13: ‘The Jedi’. His work complete on Nevarro, the Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal)  continues on his trek to locate a fabled Jedi on the plant of […]

‘WandaVision’ – ‘Previously On’ – Review

‘The Mandalorian’ – Season 2 – ‘The Siege’ – Review

Season Two of The Mandalorian is picking up speed and Din Djarin’s quest to return The Child to its homeworld takes a very interesting narrative turn in Episode 12: ‘The Siege’. Running on empty after his encounter with both the Ice Spiders, the New Republic and his battles alongside Bo-Katan Kryze, the Mandalorian heads to […]

‘WandaVision’ – ‘Previously On’ – Review

‘The Mandalorian’ – Season 2 – ‘The Heiress’ – Review

Season Two of The Mandalorian continues to go from strength to strength, and Chapter 11: ‘The Heiress’, introduces us to an amazing new collection of characters, while also bringing forth some incredible kinetic action set pieces. Bryce Dallas-Howard returns to the directing chair with ‘The Heiress’, and this episode is the best yet as it kicks […]

‘WandaVision’ – ‘Previously On’ – Review

‘The Mandalorian’ – Season Two – ‘The Passenger’ – Review

After the epic start to The Mandalorian Season two with last week’s episode ‘The Marshal’, things pick up speed fast, and the action moves forward as Din Djarin, the Mandalorian continues his quest to return The Child to his species, and in Episode 10, ‘The Passenger’, it’s clear that no one puts baby in a […]

‘WandaVision’ – ‘Previously On’ – Review

‘Warrior’ – Season 2 – “Learn to Endure, or Hire a Bodyguard” – Review

Warrior Season 2 is back and our first episode, “Learn to Endure, or Hire a Bodyguard” starts off with a bang and is a perfect introduction for just how intense season two is about to get. Following the end of Season One, we know find a hungrier and more agitated Ah Sahm (Andrew Koji), who […]

‘WandaVision’ – ‘Previously On’ – Review

‘Dead Still’ – ‘Photochemistry’ – Review

Searching out unique television experiences that are truly unique can be a rare find indeed, not so with Dead Still, an outrageously original Irish six-part miniseries which introduces the audience to a by-gone historical art, and mixes in a good dose of black comedy, and scary thrills for an experience that will certainly hook viewers […]

‘WandaVision’ – ‘Previously On’ – Review