Sherlock: The Abominable Bride

I love Sherlock Holmes, and ordinarily I love this BBC adaption.  Unfortunately, for the most part, this outing just didn’t tick all the boxes. Set in Victorian London, The Abominable Bride gives us a taste of what the series could have been like had Moffat and Gatiss not gone for a contemporary adaption.

Not that this episode was without its merits – but thank goodness they did.

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Deep Blue Sea

Yesterday I reviewed In the Heart of the Sea – so why not stick with sea creatures for today’s old movie review?  We’re wading into the dark waters of 1999, which is scary in itself, to hark back at this sci-fi horror movie that I was desperate to see when it was released.  I was seven years old.

Clearly, I had impeccable taste.

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