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Timestamp #TW28: Children of Earth – Day Two

Torchwood: Children of Earth – Day Two (1 episode, s03e02, 2009) The band is on the run and the Hub has been destroyed. All that’s left is a giant crater in Roald Dahl Plass. As Gwen stumbles to her feet, an emergency response team pulls her away from the flames and

A summer without movies: Reflections on a cancelled summer blockbuster season

Normally at this time of the year, I’d be sitting down to write a summer movie recap, reflecting on the hits (and misses), what were the biggest surprises and disappointments, and so on. By this point in 2020, I planned to have seen “Wonder Woman 1984,” Christopher Nolan’s espionage thriller

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Timestamp #TW27: Children of Earth – Day One

Torchwood: Children of Earth – Day One (1 episode, s03e01, 2009)   The Home Office gets explosive results. Scotland, 1965: A bus full of children stops at an undisclosed location. When they stop, the children disembark and are walked toward a bright light. All of them but one walk into

Throwback review: ‘John Adams’ HBO miniseries (2008)

When you hear the phrase “founding fathers of the United States,” what name first comes to mind? George Washington? Benjamin Franklin? Thomas Jefferson? While these three are arguably the most famous members of the American Revolution, they certainly didn’t act alone. The first U.S. secretary of the treasury, Alexander Hamilton,

Throwback review: ‘The Night Manager’ BBC/AMC miniseries (2016)

Fans have long been speculating over who will become the next James Bond when Daniel Craig retires from the role. Marvel Cinematic Universe star Tom Hiddleston is often mentioned as one of the possibilities, but whether or not he actually gets the job, you can get a taste of what

TV review: ‘Schitt’s Creek’ a hilarious and heartfelt sitcom

How much do I love the show “Schitt’s Creek”? Well, in the past I’ve been very vocal about my feelings regarding the explosion of online streaming services and my frustration about having to sign up for all of them in order to watch buzz-worthy TV shows. I’m very hesitant to

Best of 2019: Entertainment year in review

It may have gotten off to a bit of a slow start, but 2019 really was a great year for movies and TV. When I was compiling my list of personal favorites, I had to limit myself to 10, because this list could have easily gotten out of hand. It

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