The Women of Winterfell: How Female Protagonists Can Define a War

The night of April 28, 2019 was one that few will forget. It was one of death, of triumph, of loss and of courage, all packed in to a stressful and highly anticipated 88 minutes of must see television. With…

Who Is The Younger, More Beautiful (Queen) On Game of Thrones?

At the end of Game of Thrones season six, with the offing of Margaery Tyrell at the hands of Cersei Lannister’s Sept Kaboom!, it seemed that Cersei has finally put the kibosh on the “younger, more beautiful (queen)” prophecy she received…

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Roundtable: The Good, the Bad and the Incest

Another season of Game of Thrones is in the books – and we certainly have a lot of feelings to unpack. From the good (it was about damn time, Jaime, it was about damn time) and the bad (Cersei being…

‘Game of Thrones’ 7×06 Review: It’s the End of the World as We Know It

Holy … You can imagine what comes after that. Because what other way is there to start this review? No, really, what other way is there? It’s not that we loved Viserion – he was named after Dany’s jackass brother,…

‘Game of Thrones’ 7×04 Review: Our Stories Aren’t Over Yet

I need a moment – do you need a moment? Maybe a moment is not enough, maybe I need like twenty five. Perhaps you do too. But we (or I) have to get this review done nonetheless. Somehow. Arya and…

‘Game of Thrones’ 7×03 Review: Ice and Fire

Well, Olenna Tyrell is gone. I saw that one coming. She confessed to killing Joffrey before she died, and in death, she still somehow fucked over Cersei, who nonetheless seems to be on the winning streak to end all winning…

7 Reasons We Loved the Game of Thrones Finale: The Winds of Winter

Whoah! A lot happened in what I’m going to call the best episode of television ever, and yes I am aware that I dubbed last week’s Game of Thrones episode the best ever, but I didn’t think it was possible…

Game of Thrones 6×10 Preview: 'The Winds of Winter'

It’s the end of yet another season and it’s time to wrap up a few storylines before we venture into the unknown void that is the wait between seasons. So what are we going to see in the final episode?…

Game of Thrones 6×09 Review: Battle of the Bastards

Season 6 might as well be called Revenge of the Starks, whereby the family of our hearts finally get to win back some agency and their home in the process. Although that did come at a cost – namely of…

Game of Thrones 6×06 Review: Blood of My Blood or Daenerys the Conqueror

Throughout season six, Game of Thrones has made a good show of ‘checking in’ with a large amount of characters every episode, but what ‘Blood of My Blood’ does well is that it works to set up the story of…

Game of Thrones 6×05 Preview: 'The Door'

Things are about to become very real in Game of Thrones in ‘The Door’, the trailer has hyped all of us about what to expect in this episode, from Sansa’s finally getting to confront Littlefinger about the horrible situation she…

'Game of Thrones' 6×04 Review: 'Book of the Stranger'

‘Book of the Stranger’ did something that a Game of Thrones episode hasn’t done in a long time – made me feel happy. Not to say that it’s always a sobfest, but usually even the good parts have a tinge…

'Game of Thrones' 6×04 Preview Guide: 'Book of the Stranger'

In this week’s episode of Game of Thrones – entitled ‘Book of the Stranger’ it’s time for Jorah and Daario to put ‘Operation Save Daenerys’ in motion, and perhaps they will call in some help from a certain black dragon?…

'Game of Thrones' 6×03 Review: 'Oathbreaker'

One of the greatest things about Game of Thrones is that it can simultaneously make you feel joy and anger, it can bring you to the highest of heights with one character only to fall back down to your lowest…

'Game of Thrones' 6×01 Review: 'The Red Woman' or the GoT Female Revolution?

IT’S BAAAACK! After an excruciatingly long wait, Game of Thrones is finally back on our screens. And it has brought together all our main players on the same stage again. ‘The Red Woman’, much like the other premieres, served as…