Category Archives: Reviews

Blu-ray Reviews – ‘Sherlock’

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Before we begin, I just want to give you a heads-up as to what you’re about to expect concerning these reviews I’m sharing today. These reviews are based on my personal experiences of a crime TV series I’ve watched on Blu-ray lately. They do not reflect other people’s opinions about ‘Sherlock’. 😐 Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘People Like Us’

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Last Friday, I saw the film ‘People Like Us’ on Disney+. This was an unusual film to see. Even though the film was released by Disney, it was through Touchstone Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures. I’m not sure I would like to class it as a Disney film, due to the subject matter and its semi-adult content. Continue reading

‘The Lord of the Rings’ BBC Radio Series UPDATED

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At last! After sharing ‘The Lord of the Rings: Comedy Version’ in my 2021 advent calendar last December, I’ve finished updating my reviews on ‘The Lord of the Rings’ BBC radio series set in the world of Middle-Earth! I’ve enjoyed revisiting this radio series and updating my reviews on the three volumes. The ‘LOTR’ radio series stars Ian Holm as Frodo Baggins, Michael Horden as Gandalf, Robert Stephens as Aragorn, John Le Mesurier as Bilbo Baggins, Peter Woodthorpe as Gollum and Bill Nighy as Samwise Gamgee. Continue reading

‘Young Hyacinth’ RE-REVEIWED

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Having revisited ‘Keeping Up Appearances’ on DVD lately, I decided to revisit the prequel to the BBC sitcom series called ‘Young Hyacinth’.  This was originally shown on BBC One as part of the BBC Landmark Sitcom Season in September 2016. After over five years since seeing this prequel, has my opinion changed much? Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Shadow Conspiracy’

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For the first Disney+ film I saw in 2022, I saw ‘Shadow Conspiracy’, a 1997 film starring Charlie Sheen, Donald Sutherland, Linda Hamilton and Sam Waterston. Now this is a film that apparently was not liked by critics at the time of its release, yet audiences seem to like it a bit more than critics. Continue reading

Quick DVD Review – ‘Howard the Duck’

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I received two Christmas presents from my best mate Stephen from school in 2021. One is Marvel-related; the other is nominated as ‘the best worst movie ever’. I think Stephen wanted me to review these movies on my blog. Which I’m fine with! 😀 And I’m pretty sure to find entertainment in both films. Continue reading

Quick DVD Review – ‘Lockdown: The Doctor Who Fans’ Survival Guide’

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Here’s another Christmas present I had in 2021. 2020 was not a happy year. Many of us were thrown into a global pandemic and we still have to abide by government guidelines to protect ourselves from Covid-19 – please keep safe. But we did a lot to keep ourselves sane and occupied. 🙂 Continue reading

Quick Christmas Present Reviews

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It’s time for me to share some a few quick reviews on some Christmas presents I gave to my Mum and Dad last year. I’ll be sharing more reviews on Christmas presents I’ve received from my best mate Stephen in 2021. There was a lot to check out over Christmas last year and it’s been exciting. 🙂 Continue reading

Revisiting ‘Keeping Up Appearances’

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Throughout 2021, I’ve been revisiting ‘Keeping Up Appearances’, another one of my favourite BBC TV sitcom shows from the 1990s. I’ve updated my reviews on each of the episodes featured in the five seasons, including the Christmas Specials, with some extra new thoughts and some brand-new photos. I hope to do a brand-new in-depth review on the prequel ‘Young Hyacinth’ sometime soon. Continue reading