Tag: steven-knight

See: 1.08 House of Enlightenment

Does the finale offer a satisfying conclusion?

See: 1.07 The Lavender Road

The penultimate episode of See continues to frustrate and confuse.

See: 1.06 Silk

The show stumbles again as a series of betrayals fail to make up for a dull episode.

See: 1.05 Plastic

Queen Kane has a major fall from grace and a major secret is revealed.

See: 1.04 The River

Jason Momoa goes rafting in another enjoyable but barmy episode of See.

See: 1.01 Godflame, 1.02 Message in a Bottle, 1.03 Fresh Blood

Apple TV+ launches with three episodes of its big budget fantasy show - but is it worth seeing?

Serenity trailer: Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway are back together again

Just when he has it all sussed, his ex-wife shows up to turn his life upside down

Taboo: 1.08

The final episode of Tom Hardy's 19th century commercial adventure.

Taboo: 1.07

All is meant to look hopeless for James Delaney in this penultimate episode.

Taboo: 1.06

A tale, seemingly not of revenge against forces commercial, but Oedipal.

Taboo: 1.05

The plotting continues endlessly as the cast continues to expand.

Taboo: 1.04

Tom Hollander joins the League of the Damned, hoping to add a little explosiveness to the plotting!

Taboo: 1.03

Tom Hardy continues to growl and manipulate his way across London, pitting his foes against each other.

Taboo: 1.02

Further into the darkness of rabbit hole we go, as more scenes chewing ensues in this rapidly growing cast.

Taboo: 1.01

Tom Hardy stars in a different sort of period drama, co-created by Peaky Blinders' Stephan Knight. Ominous and hard-hitting, this is a much-needed addition to the BBCs roster.

Locke (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Tom Hardy drives a surprisingly effective drama that never leaves the inside of a moving car