Walter and Marian finally uncover Percival’s and the Count’s secrets, which enables absolutely everyone (except for the bad guys) to live happily ever after. Continue reading The Woman in White: Secrets and Confessions
While Marian lays in a fever, Laura is kidnapped, swapped for Anne, and thrown in an asylum. It’s up to Marian and a recently returned Walter to somehow get her out. Continue reading The Woman in White: Escape!
Percival’s behaviour gets increasingly abusive, Anne reaches out to Laura, and the Foscos appear to be gaming everybody, but Marian in particular Continue reading The Woman in White: Oh, What a Tangled Web
Sir Percival acts like a creep and moves up his wedding to Laura, who returns from her honeymoon looking more haunted than Anne. Continue reading The Woman in White: No Fairytale
Walter Hartright heads off to Cumberland, where he finds himself in the middle of an odd mystery and entangled with an heiress Continue reading The Woman in White: I’ve Seen a Ghost!
All that promise adds up to…kind of a disappointing ending really. But the costumes and cinematography are great! Let’s talk about that a little! Continue reading The Miniaturist, Part II: In Which None of Your Questions are Answered
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for us costume drama lovers! After something of a drought (Howard’s End being the notable exception), we got an avalanche of offerings. Christmas Day is traditionally given over to the feel-goods. The shows that aren’t going to make you think too hard, because let’s be honest: you’re stuffed, you’ve most likely drunk a bit more than is … Continue reading The Miniaturist, Part I: Dollhouse of the Damned
Henry’s got silver, and now everyone wants a piece of him. Silas returns and tries to make nice with his wife and brother, and Joss tries to save herself. Continue reading Jamestown: Fool’s Silver
DBL is stealing again, possibly because she’s actually insane; Silas goes off in search of Henry, who’s on his way home; and Joss gets some leverage Continue reading Jamestown: Summer Solstice
Yeardley is laid up with kidney stones, and almost immediately, the whole settlement goes to hell, with the militia revolting & Joss confessing to murder Continue reading Jamestown: He’s Got Stones, All Right