Ten Second Reviews: Amelia’s November
More ten second reviews from the Can’t Talk team who brought you other ten second reviews.
Neverwhere the audio book: Great, fun read by Neil Gaiman (author and voice performance). I am the only one in my family who enjoyed this, which proves only that I’m surrounded by animals.
Before I Go To Sleep: A fun, thriller movie with only one female character of any depth. On the other hand, she kicks some MAJOR ass and that’s delightful. Better than Gone Girl by a country mile.
Elementary Season 3: So far the plot device that Sherlock got a new assistant is terrible. They’re playing up a jealousy between Watson and the new girl Kitty and it’s gross. It’s a cheap thing, girls fighting over a man, and not like the writers of this show.
How to Get Away With Murder: The first episode of this show made me hate everyone, but later episodes are fixing that issue. See also: awesome inclusivity, Viola Davis, high octane plot, lots of sex. I’m in.
A Case of Possession: Sequel to The Magpie Lord, another installment in this series of supernatural tales about a reluctant Lord and his sorcerer boyfriend. Fun times.
Serial: A true story of a murder investigation told one podcast at a time by Sarah Koenig and produced by This American Life. Hella addictive, HELLA.