“The Fight to the Death” Review

I enjoyed His Dark Materials Season One Episode Seven ” The Fight to the Death,” especially since it was a nice break from last week’s action-packed episode. I will miss the Gyptians since their part in Lyra’s journey seems to be over at least for this season. We only have one more episode & theContinue reading ““The Fight to the Death” Review”

Ruth Wilson Profile

Ruth Wilson plays Mrs. Coulter in His Dark Materials. Wilson was born in Ashford, Surrey, England, on January 13th, 1982. Her mother, Mary, was a probation officer. Her father, Nigel Wilson, was an investment banker. Wilson went to a catholic girl’s school called Notre Dame School in Surrey for both primary and senior school. Ruth WilsonContinue reading “Ruth Wilson Profile”

” The Daemon-Cages” Review

“The Daemon-Cages” marks a win for the good guys. Lyra has finished the first stage of her journey as the savior of multiple worlds. This episode mostly takes place in The Station. As the episode begins, Sister Clara leads Lyra into a grey cafeteria room where all the children are having dinner. Lyra spots BillyContinue reading “” The Daemon-Cages” Review”

“The Lost Boy” Review

I found His Dark Materials Season One ” The Lost Boy” to be the most emotional episode to date. We finally learn what horrific torture the Gobblers are inflicting on the children they capture. “ The Lost Boy” introduces a new character named Will Parry who is from our modern Oxford, England. The significant storylinesContinue reading ““The Lost Boy” Review”

Review for “Armour”

I loved this episode of His Dark Materials for three significant reasons. The primary reason I’m enamored, is we are introduced to Texan Lee Scoresby (played by the Broadway star Lin-Manuel Miranda), the aeronaut, and his hare daemon Hester. Scoresby and Hester start their entrance into the fourth episode with a song, which fits perfectlyContinue reading “Review for “Armour””

Review of His Dark Materials Season 1 Episode Three “The Spies”

“The Spies” explores why Lyra remains so crucial to Ms. Coulter and reveals more of the Gyptians’ connections to the gobblers and Lyra. I have read that many viewers have dropped this episode, but I think a lot of the confusing details have been clarified during this third episode of the first season of HisContinue reading “Review of His Dark Materials Season 1 Episode Three “The Spies””

Ten Masterful Quotes from His Dark Materials Trilogy

1.“I’ll be looking for you, Will, every moment, every single moment. And when we do find each other again, we’ll cling together so tight that nothing and no one’ll ever tear us apart. Every atom of me and every atom of you… We’ll live in birds and flowers and dragonflies and pine trees and inContinue reading “Ten Masterful Quotes from His Dark Materials Trilogy”

“The Idea of North,” Ep. 2 Review

His Dark Materials only grows more mysterious and darker in the second episode “Idea of North” directed by Tom Hooper and written by Jack Thorne. We learn more about where the children have gone, at least in the first leg of their journey, and who the gobblers are, but we have no idea what Mrs.Continue reading ““The Idea of North,” Ep. 2 Review”

10 Television Shows to Watch if you Enjoy His Dark Materials

Good Omens:https://www.amazon.com/Good-Omens-Season-1/dp/B07FMK5LSX Carnival Row:https://www.amazon.com/Carnival-Row-Season-1/dp/B07S32WY5G The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina the Teenage Witch:https://www.netflix.com/title/80223989 Marvel’s Runaways:https://www.hulu.com/series/marvels-runaways-47b48273-0bac-444e-8b20-4d4a9153eeb7 Penny Dreadful:https://www.netflix.com/title/70295760 Sense8:https://www.netflix.com/title/80025744 The Expanse:https://www.amazon.com/Dulcinea/dp/B018BZ3SCM/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=The+Expanse&qid=1574119763&sr=8-1 The Watchmen:https://www.hbo.com/watchmen Legion:https://www.fxnetworks.com/shows/legion Stranger Things:https://www.netflix.com/title/80057281

Review for “Lyra’s Jordan”

“Lyra’s Jordan” was an excellent start at the introduction in the world of His Dark Materials season one written by Jack Thorne and directed by Tom Hopper. The pilot teaches us a lot about the building blocks of His Dark Materials, but still leaves us with many elements hidden. These mysterious elements can leave some viewers confused, but more desiring to watchContinue reading “Review for “Lyra’s Jordan””

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