Saiya Floyd

After just six episodes, BBC’s The Hour has wrapped up its intense, brilliant, though not flawless second season. (*This is a review of the entire season, so there will be some spoilers ahead.*) The plot this year was incredible. The season premiere indicated this season would focus on domestic violence and vice. While the team […]

  Saiya Floyd

Merry Christmas, Whovians! In this year’s Christmas special ‘The Snowmen’, we got a brand new companion. Jenna Louise Coleman technically made her debut in the fall as the soufflé baking genius Oswin Oswald in ‘Asylum of the Daleks’. Oswin was actually a Dalek, and died at the end of the episode. Which is why it’s […]

  Laurel Clayton

The 2004 BBC comedy, Garth Merenghi’s Darkplace is weird. To back this statement up, I was taken to experimental theatre from the age of five onwards, so weird entertainment and I go way back; I know my weird. Garth Merenghi’s Darkplace is only six episodes of the sort of intense, over the top insanity for […]

  Saiya Floyd

If you’re not watching the BBC’s The Hour, you’re missing an exquisite drama featuring a very talented, very British cast. Romola Garai and Ben Whishaw star as best friends and should be lovers Bel Rowley and Freddie Lyon. (Full disclosure: Garai and Whishaw are two of my favorite young actors, so I was predisposed to […]

  Saiya Floyd

It’s time for another recap for the latest installment of Sherlock. This week, Sherlock and John investigate ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’, based on one of Conan Doyle’s more famous Sherlock stories. This is a brief recap, so there are spoilers! Back at 221B Baker Street, Sherlock is going through cigarette withdrawals, making him extra […]

  Saiya Floyd

Sherlock’s back in the US! After Peter’s awesome review of Series 2, everyone is excited, right? Here is a spoiler-heavy recap of “Scandal in Belgravia”. We pick up right where we left Series 1. Our heroes Sherlock and John are in a showdown with Moriarty. It’s a tense face off, when suddenly the Bee Gees […]

For fans of Sherlock who do not subscribe to any BBC specialty channels, this Sunday has been a very, very long wait. Series two of the amazing modern update of Sir Conan Authur Doyle’s sleuth returns to PBS Masterpiece Theatre on Sunday May 6th, and the public channel will air the three 90 minute episodes […]