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Writer of Loose Units for Penguin. Host of ABCs Steam Punks. Host of 28 Plays Later. Unicorn enthusiast. Unicron enthusiast.
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The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 7 Review (TV) – The Believer

Migs Mayfield. You might remember acerbic comedian Bill Burr’s gun-toting baddie from last season’s prison break episode; the bald, drawling, cynical rogue ended up interred....

The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 6 (TV) – The Tragedy

Wow. This week, Robert Rodriguez directs an utterly electric Jon Favreau-penned story about Boba Fett getting his armour back. Gone are the magical but somewhat suffocating...

The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 5 Review – The Jedi

Obi-Wan once told Luke “You’ve just taken your first step into a larger world.”  One of the (many) problems with the prequel trilogies wasn’t the...

The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 4 Review – The Siege

When last we left Mando and The Child, they were sputtering helplessly towards the tentacled embrace of one Ahsoka Tano. This week’s literally explosive episode...

The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 3 Review – The Heiress

Star Wars fandom is a nuanced thing. There are those, for example, who love The Rise of Skywalker, and there are, on the other hand,...

The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 2 Review (TV) – The Passenger

The Passenger opens where last week’s staggering and bombastic opener ended: fanging it across the dusty dunes of Tatooine, headed back to the Razor Crest...

ROLL WITH IT reviews DOCTOR WHO: TIME OF THE DALEKS

The Tenth Doctor is fighting the Weeping Angels, and he’s losing. He’s in Cardiff, a storm is brewing, and he’s not got what it takes...

The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 1 Review (TV) – The Marshal

The Mandalorian is the best thing to happen to Star Wars since A New Hope. I know, I know. Everyone has their own barometer of...

Watch Dogs Legion Review (PC) – For We Are Many

Watch Dogs 2 was a revelation. It had a story that was curated, tightly written, performed by wonderful actors covered in little ping-pong balls. It...

Interview with Narrative Director Jon Ingold on why Pendragon is the game 2020 needs

At the age of about eleven years old, my parents put on John Boorman’s kaleidoscopic Excalibur, a full-bore barrage of British fantasy and an untethered...