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Monday, 27 February 2012

Being Human - Series 4 Episode 4 - A Spectre Calls - Review



What’s the Story?

James Lance guest stars as seventies ghost Alfie Kirby, who turns up at Honolulu Heights claiming to have been sent by Nina to help look after Eve. Lest we forget the esteemed words of ‘The Real Hustle’ however, ‘if it seems too good to be true, it probably is!’.

What’s the Verdict?


Monday, 20 February 2012

Being Human - Series 4 Episode 3 - The Graveyard Shift - Review


What’s the Story?

With baby Eve to feed, Tom and Annie ask a reluctant Hal to get a job. Working alongside Tom at the ‘CafĂ© on the Corner’, the episode explores Tom and Hal’s burgeoning friendship. Meanwhile, still unsure of how much she can really trust her new flatmates, Annie asks Regus to help her protect Eve.


What’s the Verdict?

Thursday, 16 February 2012

Being Human - Series 4 Episode 2 - Being Human 1955 - Review


What’s the Story? 


 In the second episode of the series, Hal, Leo and Pearl journey to Honolulu Heights in the hope that baby Eve will be able to ‘save’ Leo. Tom and Annie immediately clash with the newcomers but Leo’s dying wishes enable them to put their differences aside.

What’s the Verdict?

Monday, 6 February 2012

Being Human - Series 4 Episode 1 - Eve of the War - Review


What’s the Story?

It is all change at Honolulu Heights with new arrivals, tragic departures and at the centre, an innocent newborn baby. To say any more would be to spoil some truly shocking moments, but suffice to say, Being Human roars back onto our screens with an enormously ambitious series opener more akin to a finale and possibly the darkest hour in the show so far.

Read my full thoughts after the jump - ENORMOUS SPOILERS FOLLOW!

What’s the Verdict?