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TV Review: The End of the F***ing World

The newest (and potentially the first?), gritty, dark humoured, teenage coming of age show to grace Netflix, The End of the F***ing World explores the lives of James, a 17-year-old who believes he’s a psychopath, and Alyssa, a…

TV Review: True Detective Season Finale

'Omega Station.' True Detective Seeason 2 comes to an end, while I'm happy overall about this season many people weren't. In this review I'll talk about the main talking points of the final episode, then look at this season's response…

TV Review: True Detective S2E7

'Black Maps and Motel Rooms.' Shit very very slowly and continuously hits the fan. 'Black Maps and Motel rooms.' carries the momentum from the previous episode, while not being constantly dynamic like it but still managing to be…

TV Review: True Detective S2E6

'Church in Ruins' I said this last week, but this episode of True Detective is by far the best of the season. Starting straight from when the last episode left off. Infusing a simpler story for the episode, with a straight forward…

TV Review: True Detective S2E5

'Other Lives.' What a surprise, this just happened to be the best episode so far this season...not just that, but the quality of the episode is on par with Season 1. The first time I've thought this since it's inception in June. 'Other…

TV Review: True Detective S2E4

'Down Will Come.' In some ways, episode 4 pays off the fans of True Detective who managed to get halfway through this season, despite it being underwhelming when compared to it's predecessor. 'Down Will Come.' was a good episode in…

TV Review: True Detective S2E2

'Night Finds You.' After a disappointing premiere I was hoping Episode 2 titled 'Night Finds You' would finally get the ball rolling instead of lightly touching it. Now the case has started, it seems the main story of series 2 will be…

TV Review: True Detective S2 Premiere

'The Western Book of the Dead.' True Detective's debut season last year was something of a phenomenon in Television. It had two leading men who were noticeably movie actors - Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey -  at the height of…