Profile: Mark Gatiss

“I feel like I should be proposing something controversial,” Mark Gatiss confides. Cleanly-cut in stylish gray suit and with an obvious flair for the debonair, it is no great stretch to detect in Gatiss himself the mannerly (if often slightly sinister) gentleman of his defining roles. From top-tier omnipotent government official Mycroft Holmes in Sherlock […]

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Sherlock: The Science of Devotion

Sherlock has captivated a diverse audience internationally. For many fans, the true value of the show lies not in the cases themselves, but in the layers running beneath the show’s surface. One of the most popular topics amongst Sherlock fans is the relationship between Sherlock Holmes and John Watson, and, more specifically, the idea that […]

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Review: Sherlock Season 4

Nothing beats a good plot twist. Carefully built up to, and seemingly inevitable when revealed, the Good Plot Twist can be engaging, exciting, and satisfying. Sadly, there’s a difference between this variety of the technique (“Who hunts in the middle of a crowd?”) and the sort employed by both kids playing ‘Consequences’, and Moffat in […]

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