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Peaky Blinders and the "red right hand"!

The second series has only just concluded but I am already longing for the third series of Peaky Blinders. The BBC Two drama is a distinctive addition to the many great commissions we have had recently. 502 more words


FIFA spreads the good word across the silver screen. Or something like that, anyway.

If you’ve heard of the film “United Passions”, you’re probably one of a fairly select few. If you’ve seen it, you’ll be part of an even smaller group. 1,194 more words


You Should Be Watching: Peaky Blinders

At this point in the television game, it seems like a safe bet to argue that binge-watching really is the best method for enjoying non-procedural shows. 774 more words

Possession: Of Marriage, the Cold War, and Tentacles

I haven’t written a film review in a long time, and one of the reasons for that is because many movies have so much exposure as it is. 2,021 more words


Peaky Blinders - Madame Guillotine

I don’t watch much television (and when I do, it is never live so I’m always a bit behind anyway) so I’m terribly late to the Peaky Blinders party. 224 more words


A Long Way Down

Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Toni Collette, Imogen Poots, Aaron Paul, Sam Neill
Directed By: Pascal Chaumeil

Nick Hornby’s book deserved better than this. To be fair, I haven’t read the source material. 294 more words

Movie Review

FILM REVIEW: A Long Way Down

A Long Way Down (Pascal Chaumeil, 2014)

A reverse suicide pact may sound ripe for comedy gold to some, but no doubt a bit of a risk. 466 more words