Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith end their current season of Inside No.9 with one of their most disturbing tales yet; a loving homage to the 1970s public information films.
Now that’s more like it! A quietly ambitious episode of Inside No.9, with a beautifully observed performance from Jessica Hynes.
A decided improvement on last week’s episode, Kid|Nap is a thrilling episode, with witty performances across the board.
An intriguing episode with a standout performance, but which struggles under the weight of it’s audacious premise.
A twisty, winding story that keeps you guessing until the final denouement, Mr King is funny, uncomfortable and genuinely terrifying – everything you want from Inside No.9!
Inside No. 9 has returned… and so have our episode reviews! Kicking off with the uneven but poignant Merrily, Merrily
An uncomfortable mish-mash of satire and religious iconography all set to the pomp and circumstance of the Proms.
Both as its own thing and a tribute to The Twilight Zone (intentional or not) How Do You Plead? is a macabre joy….
Another excellent episode of Inside No. 9, Nick’s S6 Blog continues..!
Nick’s Inside No. 9 Season 6 review blog continues with Episode 3…
Simon Says is another strong episode, and if the intention is to kick off a discussion on Creators Vs Fandoms then it succeeds…
Inside No. 9 has returned… and we can’t wait to see what the rest has to offer!
Nick countdowns all 31 episodes of Inside No. 9, so far, from his least memorable to favourites, come on in for Part 2…
Nick countdowns all 31 episodes of Inside No. 9… so far from his least memorable to favourites, Part 1 is this way…
“It’s not always about the twist!”