The End of the Fuc***ng World!

Review: The End of the F***ing World

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The End of the F***ing World gets straight to work in assuring us that it will be a fast-paced, edgy and cynical show. Stylistically, The End of the F***ing World is reminiscent of Wes Anderson films, though reminds me most of Richard Ayoade’s Submarine (2011) in the framing of the characters and the dominating presence […]

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Every Black Mirror episode, ranked

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Yesterday we published a ranking of all six episodes in Black Mirror Season Four. Believe it or not, I just recently caught up with the show and got a little carried away. Today, may I present to you, my complete ranking of every Black Mirror episode produced thus far. Enjoy!   19th S4 E5 Metalhead: Either […]

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Matty’s Top 5 TV Shows of 2017

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Definitive and Comprehensive   At Binge With Me, both Michael and I have come up with our own Top Shows of 2017. My list includes shows that both surprised me and hooked me, hook, line and sinker. Without further ado, here are my winners of 2017.   Impressions: One Mississippi Season 2 5. One Mississippi took me by […]

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Impressions: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

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Bloody Marvellous   New York City, 1958. Miriam Maisel is the pinnacle of a perfect housewife. From a Jewish family living on the upper-east side, she watches her husband perform his stand-up routine eagerly in a sleazy downtime comedy club. From the writers of Gilmore Girls, the premise of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel already had everything I […]

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Review: The Problem with Apu

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Who needs the Kiwi-E-Mart?   In this TV documentary by truTV, Hari Kondabolu, stand-up and television comedian, raises the issue of globally infamous Simpsons character, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon. The 50-minute episode is cut with other Indian and South Asian comedians and actors, where Hari uses probing questions to explore the general consensus on the stereotypical representation of […]

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Review: Raven’s Home

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That’s so nostalgia   Hey 20-25 year-olds, it’s time to get nostalgic. You may or may not remember a very popular Disney Channel sitcom, That’s So Raven that aired from 2003-2007. Starring Raven-Symoné, this lively show was about a teen girl who sporadically sees glimpses of the future, and has to do her best to realise […]

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Impressions: Sick Note

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Rupert Grint continues to be miscast   Created by Nat Saunders and James Serafinowicz, this new British comedy series stars Rupert Grint as Daniel, a complete loser with a boring job who likes to smoke, game, sponge off his girlfriend and has the ability to lie in and out of every scenario the world presents […]

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Impressions: SMILF

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Going solo   Inspired by her Sundance-award-winning 2015 short film of the same name, Frankie Shaw’s SMILF is a comedy-drama about the life of single mother Bridgette (Shaw), as she struggles to successfully balance raising her son, stunted romantic relationships, family life and finding work as an actress. SMILF also stars Miguel Gomez as the father of […]

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Overlooked: BuzzFeed Unsolved

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Five good things about BuzzFeed’s Unsolved   It may not technically be TV, but boy oh boy is it binge-worthy. BuzzFeed is all over our news and social media feeds (often, admittedly, uninvited), and their many, many, many series on YouTube can take a lot of sifting through to find something worth watching for longer than the […]

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Impressions: The Jellies

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Just keep Adult Swimming   Originally created by rapper Tyler, the Creator and Lionel Boyce, The Jellies is now airing on Adult Swim. The Jellies is an animated sitcom following a family of jellyfish and their adopted human son, Cornell. This first episode, “Gangster’s Paradise” was released on October 22nd, with a line-up of only three more […]