Monday, 24 July 2017

'Twin Peaks revival- Part 11' review

Another dull as dishwater episode of TV’s Twin Peaks - LOL JK.


In fact, things were ruddy action packed this week, with us witnessing Becky go on a roaring rampage of revenge against her weasel of a husband, Agent Cole get sucked through a vortex to enjoy a house party with some woodsmen and, most importantly, Dougie Jones enjoying some damn good cherry pie.



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Friday, 21 July 2017

The Stephen King Adaptation Project - 'The Running Man'

WHINE+SPACE are going for something a bit different in this month's Stephen King Adaptation entry, moving away from the many faithful adaptations we've featured throughout the project and focusing on 'The Running Man', an adaptation that differs significantly from its source material. But which do we prefer? Why do we think the filmmakers made the decisions they did? And which one of us gets to dress up as Dynamo for Halloween?




Monday, 17 July 2017

Twin Peaks revival - Part 10 review

#BoxWatch!


It's hard to believe it, but we're all the way to Part 10 of this revived, renewed, returning season 3 of Twin Peaks - but the show isn't slowing down, if anything it's speeding up like Richard Horne at a stop light. This is one of those episodes where Lynch and Frost decide to show us ALL the things, so expect a multitude of topics discussed including doorway cameos from Laura Palmer, more beaten women than you can shake a woman at, and the Doppelgänger showing off his box!



Doctor Who- 'The Thirteenth Doctor'

It's that time again!

WHINE+SPACE are bringing you the hottest of hot takes as we sit down and become the FIRST people on the entire internet to react to the news of Jodie Whittaker being cast as the next incarnation of the Doctor or, as Peter Capaldi would have it - 'Doctor Who'.


Can a woman be entrusted with the controls of the Tardis? Can a woman be entrusted with becoming a doctor? Should women ever have been allowed the vote? Find out the answer to all these and many more questions within!




Monday, 10 July 2017

Twin Peaks revival ‘Part 9’ review

And we’re back!

After being cooked in the fires of a nuclear blast and then left to cool off for a couple of weeks, we’re finally returning to the wonderful and weird world of Twin Peaks season 3: The Revival of The Return.


How will the Doppelgänger react to life without his soul mate? Who will win in Andy and Lucy’s titanic, eons long conflict between good and evil? Most importantly, what messages from the great beyond do you intend to leave for your children in the furniture?

'Twin Peaks Revival- part 9' review


Thursday, 6 July 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming review

He's coming home! Yes, everyone's favorite webslinger is swinging back into cinemas - but is it back into our hearts? After all, Spidey's had a troubled few years at the multiplex, so the question on everyone's mind is whether Penis Parker's entry into the MCU will grant this lad the strong and stable cinematic franchise he so deserves.


Join ALL OF WHINE AND SPACE on a journey through the tangled web of Peter Parker's cinematic adventures - and hope that he's finally found a place to call home.

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

'Audio Cascades: The Copper Cascades Chronicles- A Virulent Blurb audiobook' review

And now for something completely different!


It's obvious to anyone that WHINE+SPACE are stuck in a creative rut. Commentaries? Film? TV? It's old hat. We need new frontiers and, fortunately, listener and talented voice artist @RJBayley provided these frontiers by suggesting we take a look at the recent work he did on audiobook 'Audio Cascades: The Copper Cascade Chronicles' part of the ever expanding Virulent Blurb universe.

So, join us as we tackle our first ever audiobook, diving into a world of imprisoned, psychoanalysed superheroes and the dark world they inhabit.


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Saturday, 1 July 2017

Doctor Who - ‘The Doctor Falls’ review

Wowsers, after an incredible first part in the shape of ‘World Enough and Time’, old Stevie Merkin’ Moffat’s back to tie up series 10 - but will the old scoundrel stick to his patented method of following an intriguing set-up with a misguided whimper of a conclusion?


Well, it turns out, pretty much no! Moffat presents us with a surprisingly straightforward story that gave all of its primary characters moments to shine. But how did we feel about the departure of Pearl Mackie’s Bill? Are we satisfied with the use of John Simm’s Master? And will Moffat’s use of the First Doctor be heartbreaking or horrid?

'The Doctor Falls' review



Monday, 26 June 2017

Twin Peaks revival 'Part 8' review

Things get Lit As Fuck this week, as WHINE+SPACE try and pick our jaws off the floor and our brains off the wall to make sense of a episode of Twin Peaks that has, it's fair to say, taken us a little bit by surprise!


Strap on your theorizing pants and get ready for Frost and Lynch to take us on a journey through time and space, causing us to ask such fundamental questions as are nukes good for creativity, is it proper to ask permission before you kiss your crush and will SOMEONE get this guy a light?



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Sunday, 25 June 2017

Doctor Who - ‘World Enough and Time’ review

Now that’s more like it! WHINE+SPACE return to discuss the penultime episode of Doctor Who series 10 and, reassuringly, it’s a bit of a blinder. Reuniting Rachael Talalay behind the camera and Steven ‘Merkin’ Moffat on the pen, we start to see the end game of Capaldi’s tenure fall into place.


How did The Master get from his showdown with the Time Lords to his persona of Mister Razor? Where do Missy’s true loyalties lie? Most importantly, how badly will Moffat mess up the story’s conclusion?



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