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Review of Misfits – Series 4, Episode 6, Arts

Review of Misfits – Series 4, Episode 6

Follow the white rabbit or not… unless you want to be chased down and bludgeoned to death by a giant murderous rabbit in a suit, wielding a golf club.

By | Arts | Sunday, 2 December 2012 at 11:00 pm

Review of Misfits – Series 4, Episode 5, Arts

Review of Misfits – Series 4, Episode 5

This week was a yarn that let Finn take the lead.

By | Arts | Sunday, 25 November 2012 at 11:00 pm

Review of Misfits – Series 4, Episode 4, Arts

Review of Misfits – Series 4, Episode 4

Misfits is well known for its stylistic cinematography and this week was a reminder of the stunning stylization which puts the show in another league when it comes to television shows.

By | Arts | Sunday, 18 November 2012 at 10:59 pm

Review of Misfits – Series 4, Episode 3, Arts

Review of Misfits – Series 4, Episode 3

This week was the strongest episode of the series so far, possibly due to the presence of three Rudys.

By | Arts | Sunday, 11 November 2012 at 11:00 pm

Review of Misfits – Series 4, Episode 2, Arts

Review of Misfits – Series 4, Episode 2

This week picked up from the same scene it ended on last time where Finn went home to his girlfriend who he is holding hostage in their flat.

By | Arts | Sunday, 4 November 2012 at 11:00 pm

New ‘Misfits’ short film to premiere online, Arts

New ‘Misfits’ short film to premiere online

Fans of E4’s Bafta-winning television show ‘Misfits’ are in for a bittersweet treat, ahead of the third series the channel has unveiled a short film that will premiere online next week. Sadly, when the programme returns in October one member of the Asbo Five will not be coming back. Robert Sheehan who plays Nathan Young is leaving the show.

By | Arts | Monday, 5 September 2011 at 3:30 pm

Killing Bono: Exclusive Gala Premiere, Film

Killing Bono: Exclusive Gala Premiere

Killing Bono is a rock ‘n’ roll comedy about two Irish brothers struggling to forge their path through the 1980’s music scene, whilst the meteoric rise to fame of their old school pals U2 only serves to cast them deeper into the shadows.

By | Film | Tuesday, 29 March 2011 at 5:28 pm

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