Posts by Adi Tantimedh

About Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh is a filmmaker, screenwriter and novelist who just likes to writer. He wrote radio plays for the BBC Radio, “JLA: Age of Wonder” for DC Comics, “Blackshirt” for Moonstone Books, and “La Muse” for Big Head Press. Most recently, he wrote “Her Nightly Embrace”, “Her Beautiful Monster” and “Her Fugitive Heart”, a trilogy of novels featuring a British-Indian private eye published by Atria Books, a division Simon & Schuster.

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Fleabag Stage Play Streaming on Amazon Prime for Good Cause

Fleabag is one of the hottest shows in the world thanks to Amazon Prime. What began as a modest little show on BBC Three in the U.K. It exploded into a global phenomenon when Amazon started streaming it after its U.K. premiere. It turned its creator and star Phoebe Waller-Bridge into a household name and […]

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Castlevania Review Season 3 A Dream Binge Watch for Moody Goth Teens

Castlevania season 3 is now on Netflix for at least a month. It's hugely popular, and not hard to see why. As ever, it's violent, bloody, gory and full of snarky wisecracks with some Gnosticism and moral ambiguity thrown in. It's a perfect show for moody Goths and angry teens – even adults who are […]

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"Doctor Who" Rewatch: Steven Moffat Pens New Amy Pond Scene [VIDEO]

Former Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat has gone above and beyond again. For the global fan rewatch of his first episode as showrunner "The Eleventh Hour", he released a new bonus scene. The ever-prescient Radio Times, which has pretty much become Doctor Who's Pravda, reported the new scene. "The Raggedy Doctor" is a story from […]

"One Man, Two Guvnors" Review: Streaming, Pleasing James Corden Farce

The National Theatre is a British institution that stages some of the largest theatrical productions in the country. They also screen some productions in movie theatres later all over the world. Now they're offering a free stream of a play every week during the pandemic – the first this week is the 2011 production One […]

"Doctor Who": BBC Offers Fans Series 12 "Big Moments" Recap [VIDEO]

You knew this was coming. It was inevitable, really. Another Doctor Who compilation video on the show's official YouTube Channel. This time it's the "Series 12 Best of Moments" – and it's less than four minutes long! That's a bit of a surprise. It's like a quick flash with some commentary from showrunner Chris Chibnall […]

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"Wild": Hampstead Theatre Streams Edward Snowden Play [REVIEW]

The Hampstead Theatre is a cozy little venue up in North London, well away from the West End. It sits in a cozy residential neighbourhood that's practically a little town in itself. The theatre stages small and intimate plays by many of the biggest playwrights in the U.K. The free play this week is Wild, […]

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"Doctor Who": Steven Moffat Returning for "The Eleventh Hour" Rewatch

The Doctor Who global fan rewatches are here to stay for the foreseeable future. With at least one-third of the world in lockdown, these rewatches are a cure for fans to feel less alone. Doctor Who Magazine writer Emily Cook announced on Twitter that the next global rewatch would be the 11th Doctor's first episode […]

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5 Asian Movies to Watch on Netflix During Isolation

You're in self-isolation and going stir-crazy. You're scrolling through your Netflix queue. You've already burned through all the hyped-up shows and movies. The hyped movies are always Hollywood and in English, even though they hoover up a lot of really good foreign titles. There's a frighteningly huge inventory of Asia and European movies on Netflix, […]

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"Feel Good": Netflix Dramedy Lacking in Drama, Comedy

Feel Good is the latest British comedy series on Channel Four and Netflix hyped as another Fleabag. It features Canadian stand-up comedienne Mae Martin in a quasi-autobiographical story about a stand-up comedienne starting a new romance with a woman while spiraling in her drug addiction. For all the reviews that call it a romantic comedy, […]

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"Mulan: Rise of A Warrior": A Look at the 2009 Live Action Movie

Disney's Mulan was supposed to open in China and the US this week, but it was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Theatres in China and the US are closed. Nobody is going out. Disney has to eat any potential box office revenues from the postponement, but no cinemas are open to show it anyway! […]

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"Doctor Who": All-Star Cast Joining "Vincent and the Doctor" Rewatch

The next global fan re-watch for Doctor Who is the beloved "Vincent and the Doctor" on Monday March 30th at 7 p.m. UK time (2 p.m. US Eastern Time). Richard Curtis, screenwriter of Four Weddings and A Funeral and Love, Actually, wrote the episode, which featured the Doctor and Amy meeting Vincent Van Gogh. The […]

Bryan Talbot Offers Free Comics Compilation Download

Legendary comics artist Bryan Talbot is offering a free download of his rare comics on his official website! This is a gift for everyone stuck in self-isolation. Head over to bryan-talbot.com and you can download a PDF or CBR file of over 90 pages of comics drawn by Bryan. It includes rare stories written by the likes […]

"New Amsterdam", "FBI" & "FBI: Most Wanted": Meshing TV With Reality

Three network TV series this week inadvertently reflected Our Grim Reality this week. NBC's New Amsterdam filmed an episode about the hospital getting overwhelmed by a pandemic and running out of room and resources. It was originally scheduled to air on Tuesday but the network and showrunner David Schulner pulled it and aired the pilot […]

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"Doctor Who": Big Finish Goes Digital-First, Disc Releases Delayed

Big Finish Productions, the premiere producers of Doctor Who audio dramas and other series, are reportedly moving to releasing content on digital first. Physical releases (ex: CD boxsets) will be released at a later date due to the coronavirus pandemic. Big Finish normally releases their productions as digital downloads and CDs. The digital versions are […]

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AWA Studios Launches Digital Version of Comics With WEBTOON

AWA Studios announced a free digital version of their comic titles this week. The inaugural title is The Resistance, the company's flagship title by J. Michael Straczynski and Mike Deodato Jr. The comic will be available to read on the publisher's website and on WEBTOON and Tapas. AWA are converting their comics into a vertical […]

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"Doctor Who": Russell T. Davies Releasing "Rose" Prequel Before Rewatch

The worldwide fan rewatch of 2005's "Rose" – the first new return episode of Doctor Who – takes place at 7 p.m. U.K. time this Thursday March 26th – and there's a special guest who will be joining the festivities. Showrunner Russell T. Davies will join the rewatch and livet-weet the show, and he has […]

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"Supergirl": So Why Did The Show Kill Off Jeremiah Danvers So Sloppily?

The CW's Supergirl did a very strange thing this week – it killed off a character in the lamest way imaginable. Jeremiah Danvers was the father of Alex Danvers (Chyler Leigh) and Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist). He was played by Dean Cain, who played Clark Kent in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman back […]

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Viz Media Releases Solicitations For June 2020 Titles

Viz Media released their list of manga titles coming out in June. Hopefully you'll be able to buy these books in the current pandemic if you want any of them. Shonen Jump Spy x Family, Vol. 1 By        Tatsuya Endo Not one to depend on others, Twilight has his work cut out for him procuring both […]

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"Doctor Who": Russell T. Davies to Livetweet This Week's "Rose" Rewatch

On Sunday, Emily Cook (writer for Doctor Who Magazine) tweeted that former showrunner Russell T. Davies will join a global fan rewatch of "Rose". The event will take place on Thursday March 26th at 7pm U.K. Time. This follows the successful and hugely popular global rewatch of the 50th Anniversary Special "The Day of the […]

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"Avenue 5": The Perfect Comedy For Our Messed-Up Self-Isolation Times

What a difference a few weeks makes, eh? When Amando Iannucci's new comedy series Avenue 5 premiered back in mid-January, viewers and critics reacted with bafflement and confusion. The show stars Hugh Laurie as the hapless captain of a luxury space cruiser that gets thrown off course. Instead of a six-month jaunt through the galaxy, […]