Season Four is officially over, and once again it was more exciting than the previous season. Every single character went through so much trauma, that by season’s end they were a different person. Some were affected more than others and, as expected, a lot of people died.Read more "TV Without Commercials: Game of Thrones 4.Finale"
The long awaited trial of Tyrion Lannister, turned out to be not long awaited at all. So far this season has been action packed. Only six episodes in and we already have Tyrion’s trial, which could not have ended with any more drama.Read more "TV Without Commercials: Game of Thrones 4.6"
I don’t know how they do it, but Game of Thrones keeps getting better as the seasons move forward. Even though it wasn’t quite as exciting as last week’s emotion wrenching episode, the finale was a fitting end to what was undeniably the best season yet!Read more "TV Without Commercials: Game of Thrones Season 3 Finale"
Daenerys army continues to grow, Samwell Tarly displays his brave side, Ser Davos becomes literate and Sansa’s last name is Lannister in this weeks Game of Thrones.Read more "TV Without Commercials: Game of Thrones 3.8 “Second Sons”"
Game of Thrones returns for its third season and it moves the pieces into place for about half the cast of characters, setting up some excellent intrigue.Read more "TV Review: Game of Thrones 301 – Valar Dohaeris"
Steve McQueen’s directorial debut is a triumphant first picture that has such sure of itself directing and acting it is a great start to a promising career told through a remarkable tale of political sacrifice. The film is based on events surrounding the hunger strike of Bobby Sands in protest of Ireland’s ongoing struggles with […]Read more "Review: Hunger"
This Irish import from Ken Loach is a wonderful little look into the rise of the IRA in the early 20th century and the affect the war in Ireland had on its people. The political and physical turmoil is told very well from an Irish bias at the beginning of the film before stepping back […]Read more "Review: The Wind That Shakes the Barley"