‘Peaky Blinders’: Episode 4 review

It’s almost as if the abrasive industrial landscape of Birmingham scours away the principles of all who set foot in its dark and vice-riddled back streets. The same can be said of Birmingham back in 1919 too (we kid, we kid!), because as Peaky Blinders reaches its fourth episode, people are willing to compromise almost every principle in order to get what they want.

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‘Peaky Blinders’: Episode 3 review

As Mel Brooks fans already know, ‘It’s good to be the king’. And despite living over 60 years before the movie History of the World: Part 1, Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) knows it too. Shame he’s building his power on such a massive foundation of enemies. Keep at it though, Tommy – it makes for great drama.

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‘Shirley’ review

Bolstered by a wonderful soundtrack and a fine recreation of the smoky clubs and hostile theatres of the late fifties and early sixties, Shirley is a compelling story of a contradictory star.

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‘Injustice’ DVD review

From the pen of acclaimed crime writer Anthony Horowitz (Foyle’s War, Collision) comes this sleek five-part psychological legal thriller, broadcast across one week on ITV1 earlier this year.

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