Friday, 31 March 2017

Power Rangers (2017) | Review

“Aaaah! After 10,000 years I’m free!!” are the iconic first words from Rita Repulsa after she is freed from a dumpster on the moon. It feels like Power Rangers fans have waited 10,000 years to see one of the world’s most successful, long running and profitable franchises of all time back on the big screen. In a world in which we are constantly introduced to new superheroes as well as reboots of old TV shows and movies, it was only a matter of time before Power Rangers received the reboot treatment.

Thursday, 16 March 2017

Trial & Error | Review (NBC)

Murder in the real world is never funny however, for one reason or another, audiences are intrigued by murder. One of the ways in which audiences express their strange interest in murder and murder trials is through the success of real crime documentaries. As a regular viewer of true crime documentaries and television programmes, I was instantly intrigued in NBC's new mokumentary series titled Trial & Error which aims to satirises true crime documentaries and television shows, such as Making A Murderer which never seem to be unpopular.  

American Crime Returns With Its Most Politcally Topical Season To Date

The third instalment of John Ridley's anthology drama series American Crime returned on Sunday (12 March 2017) with its most politically topical season thus far.