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Past articles by Rosie:

How The Pale Blue Eye Became an Edgar Allan Poe Origin Story

Netflix The Pale Blue Eye isn’t based on a true story, but there are details which are based in fact. → Read More

The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself: Netflix Series Creator Explains Changes From the Book

Joe Barton explains the thinking behind his adaptation’s tweaks to Sally Green’s Half Bad book series. Spoilers. → Read More

The Devil’s Hour Review: Peter Capaldi Stars in Amazon’s Twisty High-Concept Thriller

The Devil’s Hour keeps you guessing right to the end, but will it leave viewers satisfied? → Read More

The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself Review: A Witchy Netflix Treat

Joe Barton’s adaptation of Sally Green’s Half Bad novel series is a spooky delight. → Read More

The Scariest British Kids’ TV Shows

How many of these traumatising UK children’s TV programmes do you remember? → Read More

Gangs Of London Season 2 Review (Spoiler Free): the Brit Crime Drama Hits New Highs

Gangs of London returns, bringing a brutal new character to the capital. → Read More

The Watcher Theories Ranked: Who is The Watcher?

Netflix show The Watcher, based on a real life case, poses several solutions to the mystery. We rank the theories by plausibility. → Read More

The Watcher: What Happened in Real Life

Ryan Murphy’s new Netflix series The Watcher show takes an unsolved mystery to extremes. Here is the true story of 657 Boulevard. → Read More

Don’t Worry Darling Review: Florence Pugh Carries Troubled Olivia Wilde Film

Olivia Wilde’s second movie, Don’t Worry Darling, is a candy-coated mystery that bites off more than it can chew. → Read More

The Suspect Episode 2 Review: The Plot Thickens. The Show Also Grows More Thick

It’s not going at all well for Aidan Turner’s psychologist in ITV drama The Suspect. → Read More

Paddy Considine’s Best Roles Before House of The Dragon

Here's where you've seen Viserys I Targaryen aka Paddy Considine before. → Read More

Red Rose: A Must Watch Horror Series For Fans of Derry Girls

BBC Three could have a major hit on its hands with this funny, surprising and creepy horror series. → Read More

Win a family trip to Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood with The Big DC Giveaway!

Celebrate the launch of DC League of Super-Pets, in cinemas July 29, with an unmissable prize draw. → Read More

Boo, Bitch Is 2022’s Mean Girls if One of Them Was Dead

Netflix’s supernatural series Boo, Bitch, starring Lana Condor pays homage to a classic, with a supernatural twist. → Read More

Best New British TV Shows of 2022 You Might Have Missed

Including The Responder, Life After Life, Big Boys and more, here are the top new UK streaming recommendations as 2022 comes to the halfway point. → Read More

The Outlaws: Stephen Merchant on His New Crime Comedy and Christopher Walken’s Omelet

The Office and Extras co-creator Stephen Merchant on his new show The Outlaws. → Read More

The Best Sandra Bullock Romantic Comedies

With the release of The Lost City upon us, we round up our favorite Sandra Bullock rom-coms. → Read More

What Jeremy Kyle Documentary Death On Daytime Reminds Us About the Culture of Cruelty

The now-canceled reality TV is part of a wider cultural picture, and it’s not a pretty one. → Read More

The Adam Project Review: Ryan Reynolds Takes on Time Travel in Netflix’s Latest

Ryan Reynolds is at his most Ryan Reynolds-y in this good natured family sci-fi. → Read More

Pieces of Her Cast: Where Have you Seen Them Before?

Netflix drama Pieces of Her is headed up by the amazing Toni Collette but it’s packed with talent elsewhere, too. → Read More