If you’re a fan of Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat’s take on Sherlock, I guarantee you’ll love their version of Dracula. What? You’ve never watched Sherlock? How are we even friends? Go watch it now. In four total series (which is what our cousins across the pond call them instead of “seasons”), there are only […]Read more "Dracula: Season 1 (Netflix/BBC) — a review"
Have I ever mentioned that I am a fan of the BBC show Sherlock? Yes, I have. Because I am. And that fandom carries over into Series 4 of the program, which I just finished watching. This is great television. If you haven’t watched it yet, then why the hell not? Go ahead and watch […]Read more "Sherlock: Series 4: a review"
“The Abominable Bride” was a Sherlock special that aired between Series 3 and Series 4. It is a true treat for those of us who were fans of the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stories long before Benedict Cumberbatch donned the hat, as the bulk of this episode is set in Victorian London instead of the […]Read more "Sherlock Special (2016): “The Abominable Bride”: a review"
Netflix would have me believe that there were four episodes in Series 3 of the wonderful BBC program Sherlock. IMDb lists “The Abominable Bride” as episode zero of the fourth series, while Netflix says it’s the fourth episode of the third. The truth is that “Bride” was broadcast two years after the episodes of Series […]Read more "Sherlock: Series 3: a review"
Today, I watched episode three of Series 2 of Sherlock. This was “The Reichenbach Fall.” If I wasn’t already a fan of this show, this would have made me one. But, I’m getting ahead of myself, aren’t I? This is a review of all of Series 2, three 90-minute episodes of just excellent television. There […]Read more "Sherlock: Series 2: a review"
I am a latecomer to the game afoot that’s Sherlock, the BBC television show starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson. I’m not sure why. I consider myself a Sherlockian (or Holmesian, whichever you prefer). Fans of the consulting detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle represent the oldest […]Read more "Sherlock: Series 1: a review"