Michael Lee
REVIEW: Peaky Blinders slows the pace.

REVIEW: Peaky Blinders slows the pace.

Never has walking into an orphanage looked so cool. After the guitar riffing and hot stepping, Tommy and Polly have a sort of "moral off" with some nuns and for once the Shelbys come off better due to the fact they don't beat up children. It should probably go down as...

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REVIEW: Years & Years puts Rook in charge.

REVIEW: Years & Years puts Rook in charge.

As time lapses further into the future of 2027, governments are changing almost as quickly as the impending sense of doom. For the first time in the UK and by hook or by crook the new Prime Minister is Vivienne Rook. That's the country shook. The central focus this...

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REVIEW: Luther reaches high octane finale

REVIEW: Luther reaches high octane finale

Always the uninvited guest, Luther checks into George's hotel but his room service leaves a lot to be desired. The guns are called off. Both the snipers gun after his friends and the one he has trained at his sworn enemy. This is an enemy he keeps close as they form...

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REVIEW: Luther’s penultimate episode.

REVIEW: Luther’s penultimate episode.

The Luther / Alice dynamic reaches ever more complicated levels following our favourite psychopaths' murder of George's son. Though it might not be to the liking of most fans, pitting the two together in a battle is the only logical conclusion in a highly Illogical...

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REVIEW: Luther back to its haunting best.

REVIEW: Luther back to its haunting best.

It's the long-awaited return of the lawfully bent but morally straight copper. The introduction to series five proves age has not dimmed him as he chases a scally in the night amid beautifully constructed shots. Naturally, he gets his man but this man isn't important...

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