Rarely have I been able to recommend a show as whole heartedly as Legend of the Seeker. It is a gripping tale of courage, love and honour that includes all the best elements of fantasy fiction including epic romance, kickass fight scenes and stunning scenery. Here’s why you should catch up on the show now…
As soon as I saw the trailer for Fallen, I knew I had to watch this film. There’s just something about angels and demons warring over love that screams epic romance. This fantasy love story has managed to fill the gaping hole that has been left in my heart by the series finale of The … More Fallen: Twilight meets City of Angels
Stunning visuals, compelling characters and a tremendously talented cast have already established American Gods as one of the TV-highlights of 2017. Based on Neil Gaiman’s dark fantasy tale, the show follows an ex-con who finds himself caught in the middle of a war between old gods and new idols. Do not miss!
If you enjoy watching women beat the crap out of people, Pride and Prejudice & Zombies is the perfect film for you. The big screen adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith’s parody novel takes Jane Austen’s message about women’s independence and empowerment to a whole new level…
Jaw-dropping fight scenes, charismatic characters and a good sense of humor: Iron Fist is so much better than critics have been saying. Netflix’ latest comicbook adaptation is the missing piece in setting up the long-awaited team-up event The Defenders. Here’s everything you need to know about the show…
From a tough attorney who cries herself to sleep at night, to a girl of steele who wears cute dresses and loves watching cat videos, to a ruthless assassin who is still hung up on her ex, television has finally started embracing the fact that women are complex creatures. Here are 10 contemporary shows that … More 10 Female Powerhouse Shows Every Nasty Woman Needs to See
If you’ve ever watched ski jumping and thought to yourself: “My God, these people must be mad!”, this feel-good film will prove you right. Eddie the Eagle tells the true story of underdog Olympian Michael Edwards, who in 1988 made his mark in the Winter Olympics for Great Britain.
Snow, dogs and Paul Walker’s handsome face: Eight Below is the perfect film to watch over the winter holidays. Inspired by true events, the film tells the story of an antarctic explorer who is forced to leave behind his team of sled dogs and subsequently tries to get back and rescue them.
Martin Scorsese’s historical adventure Hugo takes all the elements of a modern fairy tale, sprinkles them with a little Dickens and wraps them in some of the most astounding visuals cinema has seen in the last decade.
As if we needed any more reason to want to skip the rest of 2016 and fast forward to the new year, the series set to premiere over the next 12 months look extremely promising. Here’s my personal Top 10 of new and returning shows I just can’t wait to delve into.