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Wallowing in Wallander

Because it’s breathtaking, beautifully written, gorgeously shot. And the characters are so sympathetic. Loving this series.

Wallander: A thousand thumbs up.


The Past Month on TV #21

Another busy, busy month — I should’ve split it into fortnights again.

Anyway, read on for reviews of Top of the Lake: China Girl, the latest instalments of Game of Thrones and Twin Peaks, ‘old’ shows like Line of Duty series 3 (from all the way back in 2016) and Peaky Blinders series 2 (from even longer ago: 2014), and even more bits & bobs too. 2,023 more words


The Stack | Life

I love used books! It’s all the fun of reading a physical book and easy on the wallet. I ran out of cat books so I got two. 229 more words


Faceless Killers [Book Review]

Rating: 3.5/5

Year: 1991

For the success of any book, series or a movie, the key is the central character. If you like or get down to love the lead, you naturally garner interest in knowing what happens to his or her life. 542 more words

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Wallander Score

Some time ago I began watching the original version of Wallander with my dad. Spanning many episodes, it was dark, gritty, and very Swedish. While I can’t remember every plot point, or how the show developed, I do very clearly remember the score. 114 more words


Where Do I Know That Actor? (Dunkirk Edition)

Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan’s World War II tale, is the #1 film at the box office. In full disclosure, I haven’t seen the film yet (although it’s on my summer cinema must-see list). 354 more words


The Past Fortnight on TV #20

Like some kind of Walder Frey impersonator, I’m having two feasts in a fortnight — two feasts of TV reviews, that is!

It may’ve passed you by (don’t think I’ve seen any coverage of it anywhere at all), but Game of Thrones is back, so that’s where I’ll begin… 1,728 more words