There are lots of exciting and entertaining shows out there, but there are very few TV shows you love to hate. One such show is Dexter; it is based on a series of books by Jeff Lindsay. A Dexter TV show review is always something to look forward to because no one ever has a bad thing to say about it and there are so many ways to look at and define this award winning show. Dexter, the main protagonist in this very thrilling and out of the box Showtime TV series, is a charming and lovable forensic expert who works for the police department. Who ever heard of a crime fighter who moonlights as a vigilante serial killer at night? The first few episodes of this series might disturb you, but you will eventually fall in love with Dexter’s’ dedication to his work. You will also relate to his sense of family and his relentless efforts to fit into the normal way of life. We will be giving a Dexter TV show review regularly so keeping checking the website for updates.
Black Mirror is an English mini-series created by Charlie Brooker that became an instant cult series when it first started in 2011. Its third season debuted on Netflix this October, three years after the last season. Each episode is self-contained and has new characters that you won’t see again, so there is no particular order to watch them. Every episode is about an hour long and shows a different dystopian world that yet doesn’t seem so far from our modern reality. Black Mirror is making the audience feel nervous by using themes that are topical and show the darkest aspects of the current world. It touches on addiction to social media and virtual reality, the growing influence of technology on our lives and the fascination for celebrities and political figures. The black mirror cult is justified not only by its innovative format and themes but also because it’s brilliant storytelling. There might not be much action in some episodes, and rarely has any well-known actors, but the characters keep you interested, and their struggles resonate with you, though they often live in a very dark world. The black mirror cult is not about being flashy, but about showing a terrifying and fascinating world to the viewer.
Who doesn’t love movies based on witches? If you are a girl you have not been involved in a sleepover that didn’t try and reenact the ‘Light as a feather, Stiff as a board’ scene from ‘The Craft’. Movies based on witches give the viewer an insight into the paranormal that is just far enough away from their reality to be scary but close enough to make it terrifying! the witch 2016, is the latest in a long line of hauntingly real stories about witchcraft, possession, and black magic. The movie follows the lives of a family of 7 as they move out to the wilderness of New England around 1630. One by one each of the children experience and are touched by witchcraft. Invariably the blame is placed on the teenage daughter, named Thomasin, who denies having anything to do with the situation. The film is receiving worldwide acclaim for its harrowing story and exceptional directing and is sure to go down in history as one of the best witch related movies of all time. Joining legendary movies such as The Craft, The Blair Witch Project, The Crucible, and The Skeleton Key. That is not to dismiss some of the more humorous witch-themed movies of our time such as Hocus Pocus, The Witches of Eastwick and Practical Magic, witch movies that always have been and will always be cult classics.