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TV Review: Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 10 “The Winds of Winter” (USA, 2016)

Right from the get go, Season 6 of Game of Thrones has been all about answering expectations. Things like The Hound’s continued survival and Jon’s parentage have been the subject of speculation for years by fans and this season of Thrones has been all about setting the record straight.... Continue Reading

TV Review: Game of Thrones, Season 6 Episode 8 “No One” (USA, 2016)

“No One” is an episode of Thrones that can’t seem to decide what it wants to be. It isn’t quite clear whether this episode is the spark that sets off the cascading events of the season’s final two episodes or a climax in its own right. Though it offers some closure to the Braavos and Riverlands plotlines, neither lands with much of a punch. Simply put: this feels like much more of a mid-season episode than last season’s “Hardhome” did.... Continue Reading

TV Review: Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 6 “Blood of my Blood” (USA, 2016)

Beyond any thematic or visual symmetries, the biggest common thread across Season 6 so far has been a sense of direction. Thrones has spent the last five seasons scattering our favorite characters across both Westeros and Essos but with The Night’s King and the White Walkers on the march, it’s about time for things to pull themselves back together – and they are. It’s an approach that’s proved a shot in the arm for the series and “Blood of my Blood” continues this trend.... Continue Reading

TV Review: Game of Thrones, Season 6 Episode 3 “Oathbreaker” (USA, 2016)

Like Season 4’s similarly-named “Oathkeeper”, “Oathbreaker” is very much one of those in-between episode of Game of Thrones. There’s a little bit happening on almost-every front here – but not all that much overall.... Continue Reading

Tribeca Film Festival bolsters line-up with Kevin Spacey, Tom Hanks and Katie Holmes

The popular New York film festival, Tribeca, has added some important  films to its roster this year. In it’s 15th anniversary, the film festival founded by Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal will see the premiere of 43 never before seen films.... Continue Reading