The Expanse – Season 5 Episode 6

“Tribes” The Expanse ploughs on in the aftermath of Inaros’ meteor attack, and everyone still alive begins the journey, physical or psychological, to get back to where they need to be. Family is the primary theme of this episode, but rather than in a tedious Next Generation fashion, instead it makes observations that we as…

The Expanse – Season 5 Episode 4

“Gaugamela” After a character-heavy opening of season 5, The Expanse shifts gears into an action-oriented chapter as a revolutionary killer’s plan of fear and destruction is put into motion. The bulk of my last review was built on The Expanse generally being heavily geared towards the characterisation of its main players, both central and supporting,…

The Expanse – Season 5 Episode 1-3

“Exodus”, “Churn”, “Mother” The Expanse makes a welcome return to our streaming screens, and true to its name expands its vision of the technologically advanced far future where human foibles remain unchanged even after the passing centuries. When reviewing TV shows, it’s normally straightforward to decide the manner in which you do so, as they…

Kneel Before Pod – Protomolecule The Musical

The Expanse recently completed its third season. Discovering there were other fans on the team Chris couldn’t resist getting a crew together for a chat. Kat, Aaron and Chris discuss everything from solar system politics to strange experiments and discuss a snapshot of the nerdy goings ons in our soon to be award winning “Kneel…

The Promise

Terry George’s The Promise tells the story of a young medical student trying to avoid being caught in the genocide of his people during the last days of the Ottoman Empire. Genocide is always going to be a tricky subject to put to film as it is obviously a very emotive subject. The events depicted…