I review a whole season rather than individual episodes, so there is a chance of spoilers. If you haven’t watched the whole season yet, stop reading now! It would have been very tempting to stop making Alan Partridge for TV after the … Continue reading Mid-Morning Matters with Alan Partridge (Season 2) TV Review
I review a whole season rather than individual episodes, so there is a chance of spoilers. If you haven’t watched the whole season yet, stop reading now! Trollied was in desperate need of a creative injection. The fourth season floundered and it struggled … Continue reading Trollied (Season 5) TV Review
I’m a huge fan of both Netflix and Cineworld. Netflix is a great service for old tv shows and original content. Cineworld makes going to the cinema both easy and affordable with their Unlimited Card. I even get to see a … Continue reading How Netflix and Cineworld annoyed me in one night!
In twenty years, the only television that will be aired at a specific “live” time will be sports and news. There will no longer be television schedules, where people have to tune in at the same time each week to … Continue reading Why you should get a TV and film streaming subscription…
It was the Fifth of January when I first started Views from the Sofa. It was on recommendation from a friend who said that I should start reviewing the ridiculous amounts of films I watch rather than bother people with one sentence summaries on Facebook and Twitter. Since then I have been steadily reviewing every single film I’ve watched, as well as dipping a toe in the waters of opinions and lists that are quite common for movie blogs too. I’m addicted now though! I have began viewing other people’s blogs, mostly movies but a few others too and they are much … Continue reading Views from the Sofa is Changing and Expanding!