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4 questions to answer for an interesting book review

A book review can possibly be one of the more hackneyed requirements in your English or Humanities class. After reading a novel or a collection of poems, it is very likely that your teacher will articulate the expected and yet highly dreaded: make a book review. Outside the premises of the school, there is a...

‘Agatha Christie’s Partners in Crime’ Episode 2 review: A mixed bag

Much like its heroes Tommy and Tuppence, Partners in Crime gets much right, but also makes niggling errors in its enthusiastic execution of duties. It makes the whole endeavour feel slightly more amateurish than it clearly should be. There’s some dark, engaging stuff in Part 2 of ‘The Secret Adversary’, and at times a tremendous...

‘Humans’ Episode 8 review

The finale of a show you love… It’s a bit like having your birthday on a Sunday (all the more so if that show actually airs on a Sunday): all that excitement, attention, and then tomorrow it’s over and – boo, work, chores, The One Show – everything plummets back to normal again and all...

‘Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation’ movie review: Mindless summer fun

Four years after the last adventure and 19 years after its big-screen debut, the Mission: Impossible franchise returns for a fifth outing. A new Mission: Impossible movie always feels like a bit of a surprise, not least because they are released at such sporadic intervals that the franchise never seems to gain any sense of...

‘Doctor Who’ book reviews: ‘The History Collection’

Doctor Who‘s relationship with time travel has evolved over her years, from the resolute “You can’t change history, not one line!” of ‘The Aztecs’ to the Eleventh Doctor’s wilful alterations for his own ends in tales like ‘A Christmas Carol’. This collection from the show’s literary back catalogue novels reflect that change, with the first...

‘The Avengers’ audio boxset review: ‘The Lost Episodes – Volume 4′

Back in 1961, the TV series The Avengers focussed on the stories of Dr David Keel (Ian Hendry) and John Steed (the recently deceased Patrick Macnee) was only the assistant. After one series, Hendry left and John Steed took centre stage, along came a string of female assistants and as the 1960s progressed the show...

‘Indian Summers’ Season 1 soundtrack album review

India, 1932. Cynthia Coffin is propping up the bar at the Royal Simla Club, there’s a steaming train stopped on the tracks just outside the Himalayan town of Simla, and Academy Award winner Stephen Warbeck’s soundtrack is sinuously moving through the heat, the passion, and the secrets of Indian Summers. Reflecting the characters of Channel...

‘The Gallows’ horror movie review: Moments of genuine terror

The Gallows is a late entry into what feels like a dwindling found-footage sub-genre, and it’s one that does nothing new with the idea. In fact, it’s a film that falls into nearly all of the usual pit-falls that the genre can offer – but it’s not all bad. The Gallows sees an American high-school...

‘Doctor Who’ audio play reviews round-up: Out in July 2015 from Big Finish

Tony Jones and Ian McArdell review this month’s new Doctor Who plays from Big Finish…   Main Range 201: ‘We are the Daleks’ Kicking off a new trilogy of stories, and reuniting the Seventh Doctor and Mel, we find the TARDIS arriving in 1987 to a surprise – a thumping great Dalek shaped building present...

Reasons to contact movie review writing services

Writing reviews for movies is a great pastime. It can be a profession as well because many people look for reviews before they go to the movie theaters or download the movies from the internet. If you have no idea about how to write a movie review and also given a task of writing a...