The 2nd episode brought about the wedding we were all waiting for. No, not the one between Sherlock and John Johnlock shippers, but the one between John and Mary.
The much anticipated 3rd series of Sherlock (on Masterpiece PBS) has returned, and it has returned in great fashion!
With the first of the gift-giving holidays almost upon us, the stress of finding the perfect present may impede creative thinking. So, as an addition to my previous Chick Flick (Vintage Chick Flicks | Chick Flicks 101) and Bromance/Buddy Comedy Gift Guides, I decided to give you one more: A British
Last week’s movies – The Amazing Spider-Man, Katy Perry: Part of Me, and Savages – probably won’t make waves with the Academy, but at least one of this weekend’s smaller releases feels bound to be a favorite of AMPAS’ crafts voters. But let’s talk about wide releases first. Sadly, Ice
Did you know Guy Ritchie never attended film school? He says he finds the work of graduates of it “boring”. That’s probably why his work has an uncanny sense of style that’s very self aware and fast paced, and Game of Shadows it’s no exception. In this sequel to the
To celebrate the release of the Sherlock Holmes sequel A Game Of Shadows this weekend, we’re looking back on the career of its pub-owning, Madge-marrying director Guy Ritchie and ranking his films from worst to best. 06) Swept Away (1/5) So, what’s it about? Madonna goes out of her comfort
The Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman small screen adaptation for BBC will take some beating, but CBS are planning to give it a go! The Sir Arthur Conan Doyle hero Sherlock Holmes will be brought to life once again by CBS TV Studios and Timberman/Beverly Prods. The project is described
I love campaigns like this! They’re interactive and give the hardcore fans something to participate in and look forward to. They aren’t the most effective of campaigns, usually just making the hardcore fans happy and then going unnoticed by the rest of the population, but sometimes they can catch like