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Supergirl Has Crashed Landed on The CW Breaking Records on Her Way

Following the transition from CBS to The CW for its second season, Supergirl is already breaking records and making a big impression for the network. The show premiered to 3.024 million viewers, which is The CW’s highest rating in that time slot in over eight years! It’s the best for the adults 18-49 rating in nearly six years and its ...

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D – Road to the Rider

If Captain America: Civil War wasn’t proof enough earlier this year, Phase III of the continuously remarkable Marvel Cinematic Universe is off to a flying start. Whilst with any other franchise, the burden of sustaining quality would fall to a direct silver screen sequel, the MCU is a wholly different entity. So it is that next in line to keep ...

Is Luke Cage The Hero We’ve Been Asking For?

Marvel fans around the globe have had a lot to shout about recently: a new Spider-Man joining the Avengers, Jon Berthnal finally doing the Punisher character some justice, but the news that got many excited was the potential for a Defenders TV series on Netflix in 2013. Since that date, we’ve had Charlie Cox boss it as Daredevil, a character ...

Slow TV: Northern Passage – New to Netflix Review

Fighting to keep myself awake I write this review about a new phenomenon almost unique to Netflix: Slow TV. Designed to lull you into an almost dangerous level of relaxation with the endless footage of the boat moving gently through the fjords and narrated by a man I'm sure consists almost entirely of Werther's Originals. It reminds me of children's television in a way, especially the ones designed to teach them about the jobs people do. The impersonal but warm tone gives the impression that the world revolves around this boat; the people on the coast dressed in bunny outfits waving make me wonder if I'm asleep or not.

I don't have much of an opinion on this piece, or in fact on Slow TV's oeuvre in general, because it is impossible to hate something so bereft of drama or conflict. The fact that is named Slow TV makes it known that they known that they know as well. This is meditation; this is going on a holiday without the hassle of packing up your bags and braving the outside world. Why would you want to when you could just listen to an hour of Norwegian folk music an

Flashpoint- The In’s and Out’s

Flashpoint is coming to the CW’s The Flash for its third season. I am so glad that the production team are doing this, since the fans of the series, in addition to the comics, will finally be treated with the adaption of one of DC’s most famous story arcs. It’s even more famous as this story-line was the one that rebooted the ...

MTV Video Music Awards 2016

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Much anticipation surrounded the VMAs in the last few weeks; it was Britney’s big comeback, Rihanna’s Video Vanguard award night and the news Taylor Swift wouldn’t be attending. The event held at Madison Square Garden brought all that and more. Check below for the full list of winners and the red carpet fashion.

Gene Wilder, Willy Wonka Star, Dies At 83

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Sure to be hailed as a film and comedic icon, the star of Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory, Gene Wilder, died yesterday, aged 83. ”Come with me and you’ll be in a world of pure imagination.”

The TIFF Keeps Getting Better and Better As We Edge Closer To This Years Film Festival

As the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival edges it way closer to opening night, more films, stars and television programmes have been added to this year’s festival. Organisers announced on Tuesday morning that new films starring Oscar Isaac, Sigourney Weaver, Kristen Stewart and James Franco are on their way to this year’s festival. In addition to this, we have two more galas, 14 special presentations, ...

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