Doctor Who: The Woman Who Fell To Earth (S11E01) Review

*SPOILERS* Doctor Who has always been a progressive, social justice kind of show – hell the Doctor fought Nazi analogues in only the second ever adventure – but incoming Showrunner Chris Chibnall has decided – in his remarks and stated intent and the marketing of the series, to make the subtext text. In the current…

Jekyll & Hyde – Season 1 Review

Charlie Higson’s excitable take on the Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novella “The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde” has lasted all of ten episodes before being cancelled by ITV. It’s a real shame too because while the show had its flaws, it also had tremendous potential which will now go unrealised thanks to…

The Hundred-Foot Journey (2014) Review

A clash of cultures and culinary artistry lie at the heart of this warm and witty comedy drama, bolstered by gorgeous cinematography and some great performances. While food is undoubtedly at the core of the movie, adapted from Richard C Morais’ novel, it’s more to do with what food means to us as individuals, as…