TV Review: Cops and Monsters (Season 2)

Cops and Monsters is an award winning web-series based in Scotland, it is a crowdfunded project which follows PITS (Paranormal Investigation Team Scotland) and later S.P.I.D.E.R.S (SuPernatural IDentification Executive Regiment Scotland) as they attempt to manage the monster communities in Scotland, and we primarily see and deal with vampires, werewolves and zombies on the show. … Continue reading TV Review: Cops and Monsters (Season 2)

TV Review: Demonologist for Hire (Season 2)

Demonologist for Hire is an award winning Scottish supernatural comedy web series which follows the wacky escapades of ‘The Demonologist’, in a world where creatures like ghosts and werewolves aren’t just a verified fact, they are normal. I had a chance a while back to interview the creator of the show (who also plays the … Continue reading TV Review: Demonologist for Hire (Season 2)

TV Review: Bonding (Season 1)

Episode 1: Old Friends, New Names The opening to the series begins with Pete nervously making his way into a red-lit hallway, with several people in different BDSM and Fetish gear, as well as a man being forced out for violence against an unseen Mistress. This then expands into Pete being admitted to see “Mistress … Continue reading TV Review: Bonding (Season 1)

TV Review: Good Game (2017)

Good Game is an American comedy web series developed by Michele Morrow and Jesse Cox and produced by Starburns Industries, the people behind shows like Moral Orel, Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole and Rick & Morty. The show debuted on August 30th 2017 on the YouTube Premium service YouTube Red, and ran through to September 27th 2017. … Continue reading TV Review: Good Game (2017)

TV Review: Cops and Monsters (Season 1)

Cops and Monsters is a crowdfunded award winning web series which follows a Paranormal Investigation Team based in Scotland as they attempt to police the supernatural community. Today I'll be reviewing the six episodes that make up the first season. The New Recruit Opens with a training sequence of sorts, that blends perfectly into the … Continue reading TV Review: Cops and Monsters (Season 1)

TV Review: Demonologist for Hire (Season 1)

Demonologist for Hire is a web series that follows the adventures and misadventures of the Demonologist as he handles all sorts of supernatural issues. If you hear a bump in the night and don’t know what to do then call the Demonologist. Today I’ll be reviewing the four episodes that make up the first season. … Continue reading TV Review: Demonologist for Hire (Season 1)

Radio Review: Blocked – Sitcom Pilot

So this is a weird one, but something that I wanted to talk about anyway, Now I’m not sure how many people will know about, let alone remember this Radio 4 Pilot but I think not only is it worth talking about but also worth listening to as well. I’ll include a link at the … Continue reading Radio Review: Blocked – Sitcom Pilot

TV Review: The Mighty Boosh – Season 3

So I've pretty firmly covered the premise/concept of The Mighty Boosh in my reviews of the first and second seasons, but in case you missed those, I'll go over it again quickly. The Mighty Boosh is a surreal British comedy by Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt, that features absurd plots, wacky and zany characters and … Continue reading TV Review: The Mighty Boosh – Season 3

TV Review: The Mighty Boosh – Season 2

So I did a much more comprehensive introduction to The Mighty Boosh, in my review of the first season of the series, which you can check out here, so I won't repeat myself too much. But what I will say is that The Mighty Boosh is a British comedy series, which aired on BBC 3, … Continue reading TV Review: The Mighty Boosh – Season 2

TV Review: Dragon Ball Super

*This list was original posted on 27/07/2019 and updated on 15/01/2020 to include new information. I want to start this off by saying that I am a huge fan of Dragon ball, I love the manga, I love the various instalments of the anime from Dragon Ball to Dragon Ball Z and even Dragon Ball GT (which … Continue reading TV Review: Dragon Ball Super

TV Review: Moonlight

I hadn't noticed until I was editing these reviews that I tend to review TV shows which were cancelled after one season. Moonlight, joins Do No Harm, The Tomorrow People, No Ordinary Family and Good Game as shows which I have reviewed, and in my opinion were cancelled before their time. I would not say … Continue reading TV Review: Moonlight

TV Review: No Ordinary Family

Much like another TV show I've recently reviewed called 'The Tomorrow People', this show also dealt with seemingly ordinary people given superpowers, both were sadly cancelled before they could really utilise their story to its full advantage. However beyond some superficial elements, these shows are very different from one another, for example while The Tomorrow … Continue reading TV Review: No Ordinary Family

TV Review: The Tomorrow People (2013)

The Tomorrow People was a relatively entertaining show, and surprisingly, in my opinion it did something that a lot of other shows failed to do, which was remake a show originally developed for the British market in America, see the US versions of Shameless, Skins and The Inbetweeners for examples of shows which failed to … Continue reading TV Review: The Tomorrow People (2013)

TV Review: The Mighty Boosh – Season 1

The Mighty Boosh was and still is one of my favourite shows. It clawed it was up from radio to a slot on the edgy new TV channel BBC 3. It did so by giving us something new, it blended an eclectic art design with surreal comedy style to make something genuinely funny and memorable.  … Continue reading TV Review: The Mighty Boosh – Season 1

TV Review: Do No Harm

I'm so amazed that this show didn't meet with more success. We only have thirteen episodes and despite low ratings for the first two (which prompted the season to be burned off) I think that it's a strong show which struggled with a heavy premise and scheduling conflicts. I think this was a simple case … Continue reading TV Review: Do No Harm