Julia, episode 5, “Crepes Suzette” happened to be released during the same week as the finale of Killing Eve. Instead of recapping or reviewing the episode, I’m going to look at some parallels between the two TV shows and their respective casts.Continue Reading: Julia, episode 5, “Crepes Suzette”
WARNING: Do not read this unless you’ve already seen the finale of Killing Eve. There are spoilers.Continue Reading: Spoilery Thoughts on the finale of Killing Eve
Just a few bits and pieces about Killing Eve, both the Gentleman Jack TV series and tie in book, and Call the Midwife.Continue Reading: Brain Dump: Killing Eve, Gentleman Jack, and Call the Midwife
Dead to Me is a dark comedy about the relationship between two women as they deal with grief and loss. It’s both twisted and twisty.Continue Reading: Review: Dead to Me
Have you noticed how much time Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri spends staring at herself in a mirror on Killing Eve? She does it in almost every episode. Is she trying to figure out just who she is, now that Villanelle (Jodie Comer) has taken over her life?Continue Reading: Spoilery comments on Killing Eve, S2 E4
Season Two of Killing Eve opened with “Do You Know How to Dispose of a Body?” The episode began 30 seconds after the stabbing at end of season 1. While there are spoilers ahead, I will mainly talk about how new series writer Emerald Fennell stepped up to keep our beloved characters and story going.Continue Reading: Killing Eve: Do You Know How to Dispose of a Body?
Did you love, love, love season 1 of Killing Eve? I did. And I’m eager to watch and watch and watch when April 7 arrives with season 2.Continue Reading: Watch This: Trailer for Season 2 of Killing Eve
The opening episode of a TV series is a make or break deal. If it’s a great episode, people come back for more. I’ll share 4 such episodes that I think are outstanding. Continue Reading: 4 Examples of Television’s Most Compelling First Episodes
Mind Games is a 2001 film from the UK starring Fiona Shaw as a criminal profiler. It is currently streaming on AcornTV. It’s a fun blast from the past and one of the few films I’ve seen with Fiona Shaw as the starring character. Continue Reading: Review: Mind Games
Killing Eve is a spy thriller unlike anything you’ve seen before. The eight episode first season had not even aired when Killing Eve was renewed for a second season. If my feeling about season 1 is any indication of how I’m going to react to future seasons, I hope it goes on for many years!
Beware, there are slight spoilers ahead.