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Book Review: Watson’s Afghan Adventure

on 04 18, 2012 | Comments Off

Book Review: Watson’s Afghan Adventure

One the enduring mysteries of the Sherlock Holmes canon is how Doctor Watson came to become injured. Anyone who reads the original tales is aware that he was an army Doctor, that he served in Afgh

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Book Review: Sherlock Holmes & The Whitchapel Vampire

on 04 13, 2012 | 1 Comment

Book Review: Sherlock Holmes & The Whitchapel Vampire

There has certainly been a great deal of cases over the years where Sherlock Holmes meets Jack The Ripper. I would hazard a guess that there have been more cases than there have been years elapsed sin

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Book Review: The Lost Stories of Sherlock Holmes

on 04 9, 2012 | Comments Off

Book Review: The Lost Stories of Sherlock Holmes

It was Holmes himself who told us that "Matilda Briggs was not the name of a young woman, Watson…it was a ship which is associated with the giant rat of Sumatra, a story for which the world is n

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Book Review: Sherlock Holmes-Shadowfall

on 03 30, 2012 | Comments Off

Book Review: Sherlock Holmes-Shadowfall

Sherlock Holmes is one of the most enduring characters in all literature, having appeared in numerous adaptations in a variety of media ever since first being written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Mo

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Being Human Review: The War Child

on 03 26, 2012 | Comments Off

Being Human Review: The War Child

"These eyes have looked upon Pharohs and the son of the carpenter, now they have to look at you" "Most things die when you blow them up" "Always be polite and kind and have the materials to

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Bond at 50: Goldfinger

on 03 17, 2012 | Comments Off

Bond at 50: Goldfinger

As Shirley Bassey belts out the eponymous lyric and the first of the series’ iconic theme songs, it marks the moment where all the elements that make a formulaic Bond film fall into place. After

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Dirk Gently: Episode Two Review

on 03 14, 2012 | Comments Off

Dirk Gently: Episode Two Review

Computers are surely one of man's most important discoveries. Through computers people are able to communicate with people from all around the world, start businesses, do taxes and most importa

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Being Human: Puppy Love Review

on 03 12, 2012 | 1 Comment

Being Human: Puppy Love Review

“Don’t tell me you’re still on MySpace.” “We’re more Ceefax people...” So went one of the best lines of this week’s episode of Being Human and a line which, apparently, got t

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Dirk Gently: Episode One Review

on 03 6, 2012 | Comments Off

Dirk Gently: Episode One Review

A detective who can pull answers out of thin air from seemingly random observations...a partner who assists the great detective and asks the relevant questions that keep the viewer informed of the p

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Being Human Review: Hold the Front Page

on 03 5, 2012 | Comments Off

Being Human Review: Hold the Front Page

Despite his much trumpeted return tonight’s episode Hold the Front Page wasn’t really about ‘filthy little oik’ Adam (Craig Roberts) dirtying the guest room sheets at Honolulu Heights.

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