A good book, a particular filmmaker’s catalogue, a TV series – it gets under your skin and becomes an all-consuming passion/love affair that won’t let go until your done or exhausted or played out. But is binge watching a harmless time-waster, or are we all doomed. ANDREW JOHNSTONE explores.
LCD, OLED, QLED, HDMI ports, HDR – TV land is acronym soup, and that’s before we throw in questions over resolution, refresh rates and whether to go for a smart TV. But PAT PILCHER is here to help us out, with a definitive guide to buying a TV.
PAT PILCHER reveals the next step for mankind in TV technology… and gives us a lesson in the complex differences between the different types of TV to boot!
Sony’s top-of-the-line A1 screen sports some eye-popping new technology, writes PAT PILCHER.
TV. Drug of a nation. How has it changed? Is it still a thing? Have we all got 4K screens yet? And what’s just around the bend? Looking for insight, PAT PILCHER interviews Samsung’s Adam McElroy.
ANDREW JOHNSTONE loves Paul Giamatti. Witchdoctor loves Paul Giamatti. Everyone should love Paul Giamatti. Read on to find out about his latest role…
Iceland has fewer people than Wellington, but that hasn’t stopped them from making a gripping, claustrophobic police drama, writes ANDREW JOHNSTONE.
It’s a hard life for sci-fi fans. ANDREW JOHNSTONE perseveres anyway, hoping for Colony to take a turn for the better.
How low can free-to-air television go? PAT PILCHER rails about the pointlessness of yet more pretend-current affairs and poo stink commercials.
The Brits have done it again with a strong female lead in a superior police drama. ANDREW JOHNSTONE is impressed.
ANDREW JOHNSON assesses the latest televisual film noir, and Hugh Laurie’s part in it, and as a bonus, gives us a primer on the genre, and filmic recommendations.