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TV Review: Agent Carter – Series 2 Episode 10: ‘Hollywood Ending’
Now that Agent Carter is not going to be returning for a third series, the finale of series two leaves some mixed feelings, says Thomas Ron
Winter is well and truly coming as things north of the Wall come to a head with heart-breaking results in ‘The Wall’, says James Humpish
A disjointed episode structure truly ruins some rather interesting storylines in this episode of Vikings, says Thomas Ron
Relationships are tested, methods are contested and perhaps even villains are bested in this episode of Agent Carter, says Thomas Ron
This week, exciting things happen at the Wall as the Red Woman shows her true colours, says Thomas Ron
Richard Linklater knocks it out of the park with his first big project since Boyhood, says Chris Owen
With Bran looking into the past, Jon making tough decisions at Castle Black and Rickon coming face to face with the new Warden of the North, things continue to become increasingly tense for the Stark boys, says Niall Whitehead
‘The Edge of Mystery’ is not a bad episode of Agent Carter by any means, but a lot will have to be done in the last two episodes of this series for there to be a strong conclusion, says Thomas Ron
In light of another enormous visual album release from Beyoncé , Andrew Kendall examines the developing nature of the music video as film
Game of Thrones continues to bring us a fantastic sixth series, with things heating up all across Westeros and Essos, says Thomas Ron
Supergirl had a good first series, establishing solid foundations for the show whilst exhibiting only a few teething problems that could easily be remedied in the second series, says Liam Dooley
Captain America: Civil War takes the Marvel Cinematic Universe to an entirely different level, says Liam Dooley
Andrew Kendall takes a look back at the critical hit on its silver anniversary. Was it really a game changer?