This is sonically good.
I recently rated Euphoria as possibly one of the best series this year. It may have to share that accolade with The Handmaid’s Tale, especially the last three episodes. What an emotional rollercoaster? A lesson to anyone listening.
This might be one of the best television series this year.
This was interesting. A Star Trek for Generation Z. Strong female lead. Lots of fluid relationships. Gay love. Polyamorous love. Drugs. And lots, and lots, of swearing. It manages to weave complicated emotional relationships into a Columbus discovering the new world storyline. One in which we slowly realise we’re the Indians not Columbus. Definitely worth a watch.
Struggling to see why this was a three parter. If they had trimmed out twenty minutes it would’ve been really solid horror, big on anticipation, and the odd scare. As it stands it’s not bad but took its time getting there.
This is the first Indian television series I’ve watched. I went in knowing nothing and was pleasantly surprised. It’s has nothing of the Bollywood exuberance. There’s a dystopian darkness that has the feel, if not the plot, of 1984. I can’t think of a comparison. Definitely worth a watch.
This is very funny. Superbly written. Definitely worth a couple of hours of your time.
Lots of teenage angst on display in this post apocalyptic thriller, as young adults try to survive a virus that killed almost everyone.