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Elementary Season 7 Episode 8 Recap and Review: Miss Understood

A spoiler-filled recap and review of Miss Understood, episode 8 of the seventh and final season of Elementary, starring Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu  

17 Jul 2019

Home Theatre: Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City - A celebration of the queer community

A fortnightly column that focuses on notable content available on the streaming platforms around you, and this week it's Tales of the City, which is currently streaming on Netflix

10 Jul 2019

Elementary Season 7 Episode 7 Recap and Review: From Russia with Drugs

A spoiler-filled recap and review of  From Russia with Drugs, episode 7 of the seventh and final season of Elementary, starring Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu

15 Jul 2019

Shoplifters Movie Review: A beautiful, compassionate tale of a makeshift family

Through the story of this family of people who have all chosen each other in one way or another, Kore-eda explores what it means to be a family; Shoplifters is filled with his compassion

03 Jul 2019

Elementary Season 7 Episode 6 Recap and Review - Command: Delete

A spoiler-filled recap and review of  Command: Delete, episode 6 of the seventh and final season of Elementary, starring Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu

02 Jul 2019

Elementary Season 7 Episode 5 Recap and Review: Into The Woods

A spoiler-filled recap and review of  Into The Woods, episode 5 of the seventh and final season of Elementary, starring Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu

28 Jun 2019

Home Theatre: An angel, a demon, and the end of the world as they know it

A fortnightly column that focuses on notable content available on the streaming platforms around you, and this week it's Good Omens, which is currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video

28 Jun 2019

Elementary Season 7 Episode 4 Recap and Review: Red Light, Green Light 

A spoiler-filled recap and review of Red Light, Green Light, episode 4 of the seventh and final season of Elementary, starring Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu

20 Jun 2019

Home Theatre: Edge of the Knife, a long-silenced tongue speaks again

A fortnightly column that focuses on notable content available on the streaming platforms around you, and this week it is Edge of the Knife, currently streaming on MUBI

13 Jun 2019

Elementary Season 7 (Epsiodes 1, 2, 3) Review: Lucy Liu, Jonny Lee Miller shine as the beloved sleuth and his partner in crime-fighting

The final season of Elementary, much like the previous seasons, rides on the strength of the character beats, with the first three episodes picking up the story of Captain Gregson from Season 6

07 Jun 2019

Home Theatre: Back to the Future, Spike Lee style

A fortnightly column that focuses on notable content available on the streaming platforms around you, and this week it is Stefon Bristol's See You Yesterday, which is streaming on Netflix

29 May 2019

Home Theatre: Jafar Panahi's 3 Faces - The beauty around us

A fortnightly column that focuses on notable content available on the wide variety of streaming platforms around you, and this week it is Jafar Panahi's 3 Faces, which is streaming on Hotstar

18 May 2019

Home Theatre: Food for thought

A fortnightly column that focuses on notable content available on the wide variety of streaming platforms around you, and this week it is the Netflix series, Street Food

01 May 2019

Home Theatre: An imagined tale about real people

A fortnightly column that focuses on notable content available on the wide variety of streaming platforms around you, and this week it is the Netflix film, A Land Imagined

17 Apr 2019

Us Review: A marvellous movie let down by muddled messaging

This worthwhile sophomore effort from Jordan Peele is elevated by the performances, especially that of Lupita Nyong'o in the lead, and the music of Michael Abels

29 Mar 2019

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