How is it that we can imagine a world where dragons walk the Earth, but not one where women don’t have to fear rape?
With Snowpiercer, Korean director Bong Joon-ho has fashioned one of the great works of dystopian cinema.
There’s nothing particularly knotty (or particularly brilliant) about The Islands of Chaldea. But the whole thing seems to me to be infused with love and generosity.
If only US television could be as dynamic, creative, and insightful as Canadian television.
Pop culture juggernaut Game of Thrones is returning to the US on 7 April, and the hit HBO series will be simulcast in the UK, showing just how big its fandom has grown—and highlighting the tensions that can arise when programmes have international viewers who don’t like being spoiled by those in earlier time zones …
The question is: can Steven Moffat pull his head out of his arse long enough to write some decent television?
Make no mistake, Smaug is the star of Peter Jackson’s latest foray into J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle Earth.
These two shows are good illustrations of what does…and doesn’t…work in television.
For Almost Human, there is no collapse of humanity followed by attempts to rebuild: this is a look right into the whirling eye of humanity at its worst.
I never thought I’d actually say this, but: well done, Mr. Moffat.