On The Box - July by Steve Gray04:25
If you’re not busy cursing the sky for its lack of sunshine, or you don’t know what to do with yourself while you wait for the London 2012 Olympic Opening ceremony, (you know, the one where they’ve recreated the Tellytubbies set), then you’ll be pleased to know that there is plenty of stuff out there to watch on the telly.
The Woman In Black
|The Women in Black|
|Maybe the Woman in Black?!|
|Should of bought a new build!|
Whilst the film has its fair share of creepy moments you can’t help feeling that it has been a little miscast. Maybe it’s because Radcliffe still has that Potteresque whiff about him, or maybe it’s because he’s too fresh faced generally – either way, learning that he is supposed to be an Edwardian Dad does stretch credibility a tad. That aside the film still manages to deliver chills and Radcliffe puts in a decent, expressive performances.
|Ooh looking a little menacing, Dan|
Dexter Season 6
|Dexter Season Six|
|Michael C Hall - Dexter Season 6|
|Episodes Series 2|
Episodes has worked primarily because Matt LeBlanc will now work for food, but he has shown that post-Joey, (the Friends spin-off which could have sunk his career), LeBlanc is a talented actor and has more acting faces than Harrison Ford. Stephen Mangan is, as ever, an actor who does quintessentially British underdogs really well and has the dry wit and reserve to match. Tamsin Greig plays lovable and kooky very well and doesn’t disappoint here either. After the flop that was the BBC’s Dirk Gently, Mangan is probably very happy that his work is in more capable hands across the atlantic.