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Wednesday, 17 June 2015 15:44
WARNING: There are spoilers in this article.  Even though we’ve added the obligatory spoiler warning, I’ll find it hard to believe that there are many people who miss this show on the day it airs. In fact, if you are starting to read this and you HAVEN’T seen this episode then you need to stop and come back in sixty minutes. Right, you’ve made it back. Wiped your eyes? Staring into the distance in disbelief? Trying hard not to crush inanimate objects due to Throne Rage? Yep, we’re all there with you in amazement of the series finale of season five (and a little in despair… OK, a lot in despair…). Read more...
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Wednesday, 10 June 2015 15:27
So anyone reeling from the conclusion of last week’s episode and was worried as to how the writers of Game of Thrones might top it this week have nothing to fear. The Dance of Dragons was the culmination of a slow burning season that has amped up the tension with relish before reaching a screaming crescendo that surely left all those in the production of the show grinning from ear-to-ear. Read more...
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Tuesday, 02 June 2015 22:46
Let’s start by saying it outright; Hardhome is easily one of the best episodes of Game of Thrones. The pacing in this episode was perfect. The writing was outstanding. The interactions with each of the characters made you itch to see where things were going to go from now on and… The White Walkers brought their game in a ridiculously satisfying conclusion. Read more...
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Monday, 18 May 2015 12:57
The pace is quickening much more rapidly than we’re used to in Game of Thrones but, as Season Five gets underway, it’s become clearer to the audience that the stakes are much higher than we are used to. Kings Landing could potentially fall into disarray at any moment following the loss of Tywin and the manipulations of Cersei. The North seems bleaker than ever now Roose Bolton is their Warden, holding Winterfell in his tyrannical grip while even further North of the Wall, the White Walkers continue their march South. Even the unstoppable Daenerys Targaryen looks to be losing her footing in Mereen as the Sons of the Harpy move in the shadows to cause chaos and fear among the streets. Read more...
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Thursday, 23 April 2015 14:08
The House of Black and White has already begun laying some of the ground work for the events yet to come this season by orchestrating the positioning of key players into specific locations and interrupting the status quo. Never being one to make us feel comfortable, this episode of Game of Thrones has some more upbeat moments that you can feel are desperately tinged with danger. The excellent Maisie Williams returned as Arya Stark who we last saw setting sail for Braavos in search of her enigmatic protector, Jaqen H’ghar. Arriving at Braavos felt truly epic as the young Stark passed under the legs of the colossus guarding the port and arrived at gates of the House of Black and White, a guild that still remains as obscure as its inhabitants. Initially being shunned, Arya passes the first initiation and is reunited with her mysterious savior and protector as he switches faces to reveal his true identity. Hopefully, the upcoming insight into what goes on behind those doors won’t reveal too much about Jaqen H’ghar as the unknown is simply what makes him so wonderful to watch. Read more...
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Wednesday, 15 April 2015 16:48
“The good lords are dead and the rest are all monsters.” – Brienne of Tarth WARNING: There are spoilers in this article.   It’s that time of year when literally everything stops. No, it’s not a religious festival or a bank holiday – it’s the premiere of a new season of Game of Thrones. From the off, as the credits began and we began to look out for a host of new regions dotted about the clockwork map of Westeros, it was easy to feel that the status quo has truly shifted when the sigil atop Winterfell has switched from House Stark to House Bolton. Following a prophetic flashback to Cersei as a child being delivered some chilling revelations by a witch when she was a child, Kings Landing stands silent, mourning the death of Tywin Lannister. Regardless of how you felt about Tywin, one thing could be said of the man; he had things under control. Despite the machinations of a crazed boy-king, there was never any doubt that Tywin could rein Joffrey in and he was certainly the man to mould Tommen into a competent monarch. However, with the patriarch of the Lannister household murdered by his son, Kings Landing and, most importantly, the House of Lions stands vulnerable. Read more...
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Thursday, 24 April 2014 13:18
“Your enemy has nothing for you but chains and suffering, and commands. I do not bring you commands. I bring you a choice. And I bring your enemies what they deserve.” – Daenerys Targaryen Game-of-Thrones-Title-Logo-HD-Wallpaper_Vvallpaper.NetThe focus of Game of Thrones shifts this week from the violent exchanges and murders of the first two episodes (although that’s not wholly absent!) to some brutal exchanges of words between some of the major players. Kings Landing is ordered into a lock-down of sorts by Tywin Lannister but the Lion is not quick enough to secure young Sansa Stark. As Tyrion’s wife, it’s without question that she will be implicated in Joffrey’s assassination – especially when her treatment at the hands of the king is taken into account. Luckily for the eldest Stark daughter, she manages to flee Kings Landing with the help of Ser Dontos. The drunken knight secures her freedom from an unlikely source – Littlefinger. Obviously, this casts new speculation on the safety of Sansa – has she merely traded one captor for another? And who’s to say that Littlefinger won’t just cast her back to the Lion’s if it serves his purpose? Read more...
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Tuesday, 26 February 2013 09:05
Game-of-Thrones-Season-3Prepare to return to George R.R. Martin's harsh and seductive fantasy world! Game of Thrones returns to HBO this spring and it could prove to be the best season yet! All of our favorite characters like Tyrion (Peter Dinklage), Cersei (Lena Headey), Jon Snow (Kit Harington), Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) and of course, that mean little snot, Joffrey (Jack Gleeson). But there are many more characters to be introduced this season and keep a look out for celebrity cameos, because it seems everyone is clamoring to get in on the fun. Read more...
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