Tag Archives: Sherlock
These last few days have been interesting in their normalcy for me. Wednesday was the last day that I’ll get out to do more than go to the grocery store, I imagine. I had a dermatology appointment: annual check-up (many … Continue reading
Speaking of repartee, that was one aspect of Sherlock that was always fun to watch, particularly when the show hit its comfortable, comedic stride in series three. Here’s Martin Freeman reflecting on that dynamic.
Series four of Masterpiece’s Sherlock came to an end Sunday night. I must admit to having seen it twice now: first on TV and then second tonight at the theater. I’m happy to say that they episode held up well. I … Continue reading
I was afraid that this Sunday’s second episode of Sherlock was going to suffer from being too interior, too cerebral. It happens every now and then (particularly with Doctor Who, really), an episode where nothing much happens that isn’t all … Continue reading
Last night saw the premiere of the fourth (and many assume final) series of Sherlock on Masterpiece Mystery. Perhaps its a repeat of my thoughts on Doctor Who‘s Christmas special, where absence has made the heart grow fonder. I can’t … Continue reading
The cinema isn’t the only media releasing trailers for hotly-anticipated properties. We’re just a few weeks away from what could be the final series of Sherlock on PBS. Here’s a just-released trailer, packed with interesting imagery and intriguing dialogue. It … Continue reading