The Invisible Man is a fun but dated series that probably doesn’t really need a Blu-ray release, but is getting one anyway.
Whilst the show continues to conflict with itself over each episode’s focus, the performances and writing continue to hold Hannibal together, if only just.
With a stronger focus on Dr. Lecter comes a more violent and action-packed show, with Fromage pushing Hannibal to the blood stained center of the stage.
Whilst Sorbet begins to lift the veil and peer behind the carefully constructed mask of Dr. Lecter, the rest of Hannibal may be showing signs of struggle.
In an episode that marks a change for the show in narrative and style, Entrée may be moving on too quickly from Hannibal’s slow and intriguing beginnings.
A lot of loose ends are tied up in this last episode of Game of Throne season three, but overall it’s a little underwhelming.
With the strong cast continuing to grow and yet more horrifically memorable killings, Coquilles is a continuing reminder of the show’s lurid strength.
This week on Game of Thrones, it’s the Red Wedding. Need we say more?
Whilst Hannibal continues to impress with its well-constructed characters, the ease at which the show’s killers are caught is beginning to wear thin.
In a relatively calm episode, Hannibal turns its attention to narrative growth, and whilst it may be less flashy, it does show that this series is building.
This week in Westeros, we are treated to one wedding and several funerals, and Samwell Tarly finally finds his courage.
With the central relationship growing, new characters emerging, and a horrific killer on the loose, Amuse Bouche is a strong follow up to the series opener.
A dark and grisly opening to what could be a brilliantly acted and stylishly memorable series discovering the history of one of cinema’s greatest killers.
This week’s episode is tied down by an overuse of chitchat, but as usual it ends on a high.
Episode six is slow-moving, but it brings us some visually stunning CGI and one amazingly poignant speech from Littlefinger…