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Clink Clown Calamity

[Contains fame-seeking SPOILERS!] I think The Task (2011) has a genuinely intriguing premise, and a talented cast, but it buries all that good under so many layers of bad, that the net result is a weary shrug. As the old … Continue reading

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Ridnap II: The Renapping

Apparently there’s a new (three-part) series of Kidnap and Ransom starting tonight on ITV1. Long-time-readers-with-nothing-better-to-do may remember that when I tried to watch the first series, I ended up getting distracted by a spider under my bed… well, by a … Continue reading

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Vworp! Vworp!

Seems like everyone I know is a fan of Doctor Who, but I’ve never really seen the appeal, myself. I vaguely recall watching Sylvester McCoy’s run, back in the day, but since then I hadn’t seen an episode all the way … Continue reading

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Wherefore Art Thou, Amara?

I could have sworn a straight-to-DVD horror movie called The Task (2010) was supposed to be coming out this month, but according to the retail sites it won’t actually be out until July. So, either my thirty-something memory is failing … Continue reading

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Ridnap

Watched the first episode of Kidnap and Ransom last night. I’m not really qualified to write up a proper review, since I spent half of the programme shining a book light under my bed trying to catch a spider… but … Continue reading

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Worth a Queen’s Ransom

Amara Karan (aka The Most Beautiful British Actress Alive*) returns to our screens this week, in a new ITV drama called Kidnap and Ransom. As you may have guessed from the show’s incredibly imaginative title, this three part thriller revolves … Continue reading

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Belgian Upskirt Scandal!

Finally caught Amara Karan’s episode of Agatha Christie’s Poirot, “Cat Among the Pigeons”, which encompasses international espionage and murder at a private girls’ school. The script was adapted from the original novel by the mighty, multi-talented Mark Gatiss (of League … Continue reading

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