You could tell from the huge grin across my face for the entirety of the first episode of AHS: 1984 that I was in heaven.
I’ve been a fan of American Horror Story for a few years now – since Hotel first aired. So you’d think I’d have been all over Scream Queens too, given it was also created in part by both Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy. But for some strange reason, known only to me I guess, I […]
Loving the recent formats of the TV series Archer. Finally got back into watching it – Dreamland was great and just about to start Danger Island.
Once again, I have left the current series of American Horror Story until months after it has finished airing. I think it must be something inside me that doesn’t want to reach the end. Last night I watched four episodes back to back — and I absolutely loved it. The old characters that have been […]
I really need to get and watch AHS: Apocalypse before this next series starts. I absolutely adore this show, but I always seem to wait until the next one is coming out before catching up. 1984 looks freaking awesome though – just the concept alone. Can’t wait.
I just stumbled upon a classic episode of the TV series Only Fools And Horses. It’s the one where Del Boy, Rodney and Cassandra win a holiday to Spain after Del sends one of Rodney’s old school paintings into a cereal competition. This series still stands up and I’m still laughing out loud watching it. […]
The Silent Scream may be one of my favourite episodes from the Hammer House of Horror series. It doesn’t contain any deaths – not of people anyway – and doesn’t really have much in the way of gore. But where this episode excelled for me was on the psychological level.
Charlie boy is about a couple, Graham and Sarah, who come into possession of an African idol after Graham’s uncle dies. (Sarah gives the idol the name Charlie Boy). Unbeknown to the couple, the idol is cursed and is in fact a voodoo statue. What is Charlie Boy about? After a disagreement with his brother, Graham […]
The House That Bled to Death kicks off strong and stays strong throughout its 50 minutes. It keeps a sustained anxiousness until it’s very final scenes. What is ‘The house that bled to death about? The darkest and coldest opening of the series so far. An elderly couple are together in the kitchen about to […]
We open the episode to see a small boy looking around a laboratory at the different coloured powders on the shelf. He then proceeds to eat one of the powders, which immediately sends him into a trance-like fit before dying on the grass outside. His parents run out after hearing breaking glass only to find […]