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Is it Christmas yet? It must be, for Game of Thrones is back on TV and Winter has come! Bad joke? I’m not even sorry!
I’m going to try something different with this post. I’m going to watch the episode and as I do, I’m going to simply jot down my thoughts on what’s happening and post them here in some kind of listed order… So yeah, here we go! Game of Thrones, Season 7, Episode 1 – Dragonstone!Continue reading
Ah 2016, the coffee stain on the desk that is the 2010’s. It’s certainly been a bit of a weird year! Politics have turned down a road that no-one expected. Not even those leading the way saw this coming! On top of this, there are claims of the year being cursed thanks to a constant stream of big name deaths from all corners of the entertainment industry. 2016 has certainly been a year that many want to be over!Continue reading
Well look at that. Dawn is breakin’. It’s a brand new day, Rick! – Negan
Warning – Spoilers ahead!
It’s safe to say that this episode has gone down as one of the most anticipated episodes in the history of The Walking Dead and it certainly lived up to the wait. After the episode finished airing in the U.S.A. twitter was flooded with instant reactions, ranging from people loving how the story-line played out (albeit noticeably upset), all the way to people vowing to never watch the show again, due to the increased level of gore that this episode brought.
Let’s be honest for a second though. When the cliffhanger of the previous season is a screen covered in red after our newest antagonist, Negan (TWD Newcomer, Jeffrey Dean Morgan), has just brutally beaten an unknown member of their community to death with Lucille (his barbed-wire covered baseball bat), you can’t really expect things to be all rainbows and unicorns.
Luke Cage is the latest series in a line of Netflix/Marvel adaptations leading us up to The Defenders mini-series due to air in 2018.
It follows Luke Cage (Mike Colter) after the events of the Jessica Jones series from last year, where we were first introduced to his character.
Now living in Harlem after fleeing Hell’s Kitchen in the final episode of Jessica Jones, we follow the story of Luke Cage coming out of his quiet life in the shadows to become the street level hero that Harlem needs.