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… Advertisements
Fuller House and Gilmore Girls have gotten a Netflix makeover. Veronica Mars fans made a kickstarter to fund a movie sequel to the mid-2000s teen noir. And NBC has announced that it’s bringing back Will & Grace in the fall. But there is one cult tv show that is yet to be revived: That 70’s Show. … More Why it’s Time for a ‘That 7os Show’ Revival
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…
We’re definitely not in Kansas anymore: from visionary director Tarsem Singh comes a dark and twisted take on Frank Baum’s classic tale “The Wizard of Oz”. If you’re a fan of Once Upon a Time or The Shannara Chronicles, this 10-part fantasy series will sweep you up like a tornado…
The CW’s latest teen soap is a sexy murder-mystery. And there’s a good chance it will be your new favourite guilty pleasure. Here are 5 reasons to start watching Riverdale.
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
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.
Frailty thy name is man’s ego: Stage Beauty is the story of a young theatre dresser’s fight for equality in 17th century England. If you want to see people discussing gender, sex and sexuality while wearing bejeweled wigs, magnificent corsett dresses and tons of make-up, this film is for you.
Personally, I’ve alsways been fascinated by the Olympians and their mischief, hedonism and promiscuity. But you don’t have to have read The Iliad or seen every episode of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys to enjoy Tarsem Singh’s aesthetic masterpiece Immortals…
“We will never be Royaaals”, which is precisely why we’re fascinated by the privileged lives of the noble born, their rise and fall, their scandals and affairs. In honour of Netflix’ new original series The Crown about the early years of Queen Elizabeth II, I present to you this guide to British Monarchs in Film … More A Brief History of British Monarchs in Film & Television