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Whachu Doin’ This Week… Ian?

After returning from Dublin and birthday celebrations, I needed to face reality. I’m no longer a youngster; at the age of twenty-four, change was necessary. My first action? Binging on Netflix! Television This week I found out that one my favourite shows, IZombie, is releasing new episodes on UK Netflix. For those of you who haven’t had a look, […]

The Irish Connections of Sherlock Holmes

I’ve been a fan of Sherlock Holmes for a long time now. I’ve been meaning to get on to Basil Rathbone but my personal favourite is probably Johnny Lee Miller. Since my Masters dissertation involves Fenianism in Victorian fiction, I’ve been reading a lot of Sherlock Holmes stories lately..The findings so far have shown a large amount of […]

Sherlock Holmes 3 May Start Filming This Year

Robert Downey Jr. has recently confirmed that he’s in very serios discussion with director Guy Ritchie for Sherlock Holmes 3. Currently on the press tour for Captain America: Civil War, the actor stated they’re going to “attempt to make one this year.” Naturally, Downey Jr. explained, busy schedules (no doubt in large part due to […]

Style Saturday: Sherlocked

If a special episode of Sherlock isn’t a great way to start the year, I really don’t know what is. And to celebrate, well, we can’t celebrate the series being back just YET, but we’ll get there! For now we can just rewatch the existing ones for the upteenth time and ogle at some of […]

First Promo Clip For Sherlock Special Released

We first heard the whisperings of a vintage-style Sherlock Christmas special last year, and now that the first clip has been released, our excitement is at bursting point. In the first promo for the upcoming special, we see Watson (Martin Freeman) and Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) arriving at a Victorian age 221B Baker Street where they meet […]

Review: Mr. Holmes

  Stories can be a magical thing. As you get swept into the current of someone else’s imagination, you can be taken so far along the journey that you forget the effects of the everyday and the mundane. You can often forget that well past the final page of the book or the final scene […]