Wednesday (S1) | Mysterious, Funny, and Spooky

The Addams' family movies might be one of the first live-action adaptations I was aware of, and although I haven't revisited these stories in a while, the idea of a TV-Show centered on Wednesday Addams was intriguing. Alfred Gough & Miles Millar as the creators, with Tim Burton setting the tone as one of the … Continue reading Wednesday (S1) | Mysterious, Funny, and Spooky

The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself | A Dark Gritty Self-Fulfilling Prophecy.

The title of this show is a mouthful but how I got to it simply via the recommendation percentages on Netflix and TV Times. I had seen a trailer for this beforehand and thought it looked interesting but didn't yet know it was adapted from Sally Green's Half Bad Trilogy. No one in this cast … Continue reading The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself | A Dark Gritty Self-Fulfilling Prophecy.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (Season) | Talk About Knowing Your Audience

Starring the very talented Tatiana Maslany as the titular character, the newest Marvel Cinematic Universe TV-show has had quite the reception since its debut. Created by Jessica Gao who worked on Rick & Morty, and Silicone Valley to name a few. Ginger Gonzaga, Tim Roth, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Jameela Jamil, and Josh Segarra round out … Continue reading She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (Season) | Talk About Knowing Your Audience

TV Review: Agent Hamilton (S1) | More Complicated than it Needs to Be

The Scandinavian spy thriller is loosely based on the Carl Hamilton novels book series by French-Swedish author and journalist Jan Guillou. Written for the screen by Petter S. Rosenlund, the show stars Jakob Oftebro (The Letter for the King) as the title character Carl Hamilton; Nina Zanjani as Kristin Ek aember of the SÄPO black ops division; Peter Andersson (Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit) as … Continue reading TV Review: Agent Hamilton (S1) | More Complicated than it Needs to Be

TV Review: Young Wallander (S2): Killer’s Shadow | I Still Like That Voice

Last season, I developed a fascination - some might call it weird - with our Title character's (Adam Palsson) speaking voice. I had forgotten about that and rereading my review of S1 I realized that I also noted it this time around. But I digress, in the sophomore season of Young Wallander - inspired by … Continue reading TV Review: Young Wallander (S2): Killer’s Shadow | I Still Like That Voice