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iZombie- Series Review (So Far)

I started watching CW’s ‘iZombie’ a couple of weeks ago, after seeing some gifsets on tumblr. I will admit, the main thing that piked my interest was the fact that the show-runner is Rob Thomas- the mastermind behind Veronica Mars. 1,344 more words


Mad Men: A Finale, a Goodbye, and a Scotch-soaked Love Letter

So Mad Men came to a close this week. Wait, no, it’s over? What just happened? 

In my excellently scientific scale of worth, I’d give this episode a “meh,” on a scale of… 2,529 more words

Chef's Table (2015) Review

Italy, New York, Argentina, Los Angeles, Australia, and Sweden. Six different distinctive places, each with their own rich cultural history and each is the location for one of the chefs featured in Netflix’s first documentary series,  732 more words


tv review: brooklyn nine-nine

All right, yes, fine, this is not a book, nor Australian, but this comedy cop show is one of my favourite things at the moment. It’s so good that we downloaded four episodes on iTunes before just buying a physical DVD copy (still cheaper at that point, sadly) only to discover once our internet blessed us with its arrival that it’s on freaking Netflix anyway. 126 more words


Review- Summer Heights High (2007)

Australian comedy is often seriously underrated, in my opinion. We Aussies have a great line up of comedians, television shows and movies that highlight our unique brand of humour, from the infamous Chasers, to the Housos. 578 more words


The Affair: A Review

Step aboard writer Sarah Treem’s trireme and come along to Long Island, just be sure to keep your pants up or knickers in a teasing twist. 743 more words

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Episodes: Series IV, Episode 1

US Border Control. One uninterested official. “Reasons for entering the country?” A ruffled Tamsin Greig, whose feathers are all a twist. Through gritted teeth, she churns: “Matt LeBlanc.” Meanwhile, a bemused Stephen Mangan beholds. 863 more words