The series is of high quality production, great locations as always with these Euro-thrillers, and some really good moments of tension and drama but it ultimately falls a bit short of its promise and drags the story out for a bit too long and leaves a few questions dangling, hoping for another series.

Public Enemy

A thoroughly enjoyable seasons viewing and I'm excited to continue on this voyage for another season. It's a pirates life for me!

Black Sails Season 2

Black Sails Season 1 is a highly enjoyable first series and I'm very eager to watch the next one straight away, which is always a good sign that the series has done its job

Black Sails Season 1

The Team is a nice expansion on the typical police procedural, with great scope and no small amount of depth. As long as you keep your wits about you whilst watching this you won't be disappointed

The Team

Part middle age romance, part thriller, part tense courtroom drama, Apple Tree Yard does really well to meld these together into something highly watchable.

Apple Tree Yard

Modus is adapted by Mai Brostrøm and Peter Thorsboe from the novel Frukta inte by Anne Holt and follows a Swedish psychologist and ex-police profiler as she is slowly drawn into a case after a […]


Braquo Season 4 is an intense ride with uncompromising scenes of violence and tension. Major Eddy Caplan is still the man behind it all, putting his team ahead of himself, ensuring they remain above the troubles whilst placing all the onus onto his own shoulders for catching the bad guys and dealing with the outcomes.

Braquo S4

Episodes: 31-34 Starring: Peter Haber, Mikael Persbrandt, Kristofer Hivju, Måns Nathanaelson, Anna Asp, Jonas Karlsson Having not watched the first volume, I come into this with no prior knowledge of […]

Beck Volume 2 Review

Creator: Malin-Sarah Gozin Starring: Barbara Sarafian, Kristine Van Pellicom, Ruth Becquart, Maaike Neuville, Inge Paulusson, Dirk Roofthooft, Geert Van Rampelberg, Robbie Cleiren   The Out-Laws begins with the funeral of Jean-Claude […]

The Out-Laws (aka Clan) DVD Review