Game Of Thrones (S07E07) “The Dragon and The Wolf”

Review:   The season finale did not disappoint, and within this review there are spoilers. So if you haven’t watched it yet, do not delve any further. You have been properly warned. All the important players have gathered at the dragon pit in Kings Landing, hoping to unite their forces and fight the common enemy….

Game Of Thrones (S07E06) “Beyond The Wall”

Review:     The playful banter between unsinkable men does not play down the danger they are willingly walking into. These interactions would’ve seemed impossible years ago, but here they are having conversations about life and women, preparing for their inevitable doom. It fills the void and erases the fear for now, but that never…

Game Of Thrones (S07E05) “Eastwatch”

  Review: The storyline is vast and each moment adds to the terrors of what is to come. Everyone will play an important role. The writers have worked in so many subtle easter eggs, ones that you may miss if you blink. It keeps us questioning every move, nothing is predictable and that adds to…

Game Of Thrones (S07E04) “The Spoils of War”

Review:     This is not a spoiler free zone. You have been thoroughly warned. This episode not only delivered our dear Arya (Maisie Williams) back to Winterfell, but it was also action packed and boasting the dialogue that makes this series stand out from the rest. Now there are three Stark’s in Winterfell, each…

Game Of Thrones (S07E03) “The Queen’s Justice”

Review: Warning – Spoiler’s ahead. Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Davos (Liam Cunningham) find a warm reception and an abundance of dragons when they arrive at Dragonstone. Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) calms any tensions with his wit and familiarity of the King of the North. Fire and Ice may be opposites, but they both have a…

Game Of Thrones (S07E02) “Stormborn”

  Review:   The cold, dark and gloomy seclusion at Dragonstone was not that homecoming that Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) quite anticipated. They must bide their time before they can conquer all who oppose them, it’s not a simple war where the dragon’s can be left to their own defenses and burn it all down, she does…

Game Of Thrones (S07E01) “Dragonstone”

Review:   The wait is finally over and we are catapulted back into the world of Westeros. Before I go any further, I must warn of the possible spoilers that lay ahead. The writers have given us a dynamic premiere with each characters story woven intricately throughout. We are brought back to Walder Frey’s (David…

Top 25 TV Shows of 2016

Similar to the previous years in the last decade or so 2016 was a great year for television. Maybe television even had a better year than films this time around, some would say. With major streaming competitors like Netflix and Amazon placing more emphasis than ever on their own original programming offerings, we saw premium…

Top 30 TV Episodes of 2016

Ranking the Top 30 Episodes of 2016 (Warning! Spoilers Ahead – if you haven’t seen a featured episode and don’t want to be spoiled avoid reading its review below image): 32. Sense8 – A Christmas Special After much controversy with cast and showrunners the long awaited Sense8 Christmas special aired last in December and quite…

Game of Thrones: (S06E10) ‘The Winds of Winter’

After an intense and gripping season, the final episode had so much riding on it. The previous weeks episode was definitely one of the shows best but how could the final episode top that? Well, it definitely came close in my opinion. In all the Game of Thrones history, there hasn’t been a season that…

Game of Thrones: (S06E09) ‘Battle of the Bastards’

The inevitable battle of bastards had a lot of hype surrounding it. The story in the North shifted from last seasons White Walker epidemic slightly by focusing on the recapture of Winterfell. Its been a long time coming, just like a Stark reunion, and I’m sure a lot of fans were pleased to see the…

Game of Thrones: (S06E08) ‘No One’

I expecting a lot from this weeks episode of Game of Thrones, presumably because last seasons episode eight ‘Hardhome’ was disgustingly epic. But that is not the case this season even though I loved the episode. From the opening scenes to the filler and useless scenes, I really enjoyed it. Notably Arya and her storyline,…