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Review: The People Next Door

2 years ago / 0 comments

The People Next Door is the newest Channel 4 drama from the creators of Blackout and Cyber Bully. Upon moving into their new house, couple Jemma and Rich begin a home video to document Jemma’s pregnancy. It isn’t until they hear violent shouting from the people next door that they start … Read More

The Aliens: Someone just abduct me already

3 years ago / 0 comments

Brand new e4 comedy drama The Aliens landed on earth last week and left me hoping that an extra-terrestrial species would just hurry up and kidnap me, purely so I never have to watch another second of this utter dross. I’m a lover of a good e4 series but this … Read More

Grantchester: Nothing more than James Norton in tight swimming trunks

3 years ago / 0 comments

After a successful start to the second series of Happy Valley this month, James Norton’s gorgeous physique graced our screens again on Wednesday for the return of 1950’s set drama, Grantchester. Following a promising opening scene involving James, a pond, and some very tight swimming trunks (I’ll leave the rest … Read More

Animals or Attenborough?

3 years ago / 0 comments

This year marks the 90th birthday of the Nation’s Granddad, David Attenborough, so it seems like the perfect time to reflect on all his fabulousness. Everybody loves a good nature documentary, but the real question is why; what exactly is it that makes us drop everything to stare at a … Read More

Happy Valley

3 years ago / 0 comments

The TV drama and Broadchurch wannabe Happy Valley returned to our screens for a second series this week, giving a whole new meaning to the term ironic as even the weather is miserable from the offset. Sarah Lancashire continues to play the role of the darkly humoured Catherine Cawood, a … Read More

Review: Dirty Grandpa – Actually quite good

3 years ago / 0 comments

Dan Mazer’s Dirty Grandpa puts a hilarious spin on the classic, sleazy Spring Break film. Sun, booze, a topless Zac Efron, and one dirty Grandpa make this an intensely funny and harmlessly predictable comedy. The storyline itself is one we’ve all heard before. Jack Kelly (Zac Efron) has followed his father’s … Read More