The Snow Girl | Trailer

During the Cavalcade of the Magi parade, the Martín family's daughter Amaya disappears. Journalist Miren takes on the case, determined to find her.

TV Review: Station Eleven (Premiere) | A Fascinating Start

Patrick Sommerville (Creator)CASTMackenzie DavisHimesh PatelMathilda LawlerNabhaan RizwanDanielle DeadwylerGael Garcia Bernal Review: Following a group of seemingly unrelated people during the outbreak and years into a deadly pandemic, Station Eleven tells the story of those who crossed paths with actor Arthur Leander. The three episode premiere sets the stage for the saga of these individuals in … Continue reading TV Review: Station Eleven (Premiere) | A Fascinating Start

Stay Close | Trailer

https://videopress.com/v/5gDxkTgr?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&controls=false&preloadContent=metadata Writer: Harlan Coben (Novel), Daniel BrocklehurstDirector: Lindy Heymann, Daniel O'HaraStars: Cush Jumbo, James Nesbitt, Richard Armitage, Eddie Izzard, Jo Joyner, Youssef Kerkour, Sarah Parish, Daniel Francis, Bethany Antonia  If you're interested in the source material, help us by getting them from the links below:

TV Review: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (Season) | Nuanced and Entertaining Case on Why Wilson Makes Sense As Cap

When these Marvel Cinematic Universe streaming shows were first announced, I didn't quite know what to think but I was interested. As a concept The Falcon and The Winter Soldier was the show that I was the most excited about. But several months ago when we got the teasers for this show, WandaVision and Loki, … Continue reading TV Review: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (Season) | Nuanced and Entertaining Case on Why Wilson Makes Sense As Cap

TV Review: WandaVision (Season) | A Meticulous and Therapeutic Edging Session

When the WandaVision show was announced I was thrilled because Wanda & The Vision are such great character that are very well portrayed by Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany (Code); their storylines in all the movies they've appeared in made them more interesting with each entry. But then the more we learned about the show, … Continue reading TV Review: WandaVision (Season) | A Meticulous and Therapeutic Edging Session

TV Review: WandaVision (Premiere) | Edging Their Sweaty Fans with Easter Eggs and a Mystery

WandaVision posters were brilliant and did give us an idea of what they were going for, a weird, trippy but sophisticated show. However, what they didn't tell us was how far they'd go with it. I kind of love that the sitcoms weren't just a gimmick. They commit to it with a lot of the … Continue reading TV Review: WandaVision (Premiere) | Edging Their Sweaty Fans with Easter Eggs and a Mystery