Sunday, February 9, 2014

BBC's Sherlock

After enjoying Downton Abbey and Bletchley Circle, we decided as a family to finally watch
Sherlock.

Wow.  Not only do I love the writing, acting, and cinematography, but the allusions to '30's adventure cinema is spectacular.  I love the deathtraps and witnessing a shadowy silhouette attack some unsuspecting victim.  Well, not the killing, but the imagery.

We just finished Series 1 and I can't imagine what it would be like to wait for Series 2 during their initial runs.

I'm usually late to the party on stuff like this (my wife and I only get to watch 1 to 2 hours of TV a night), but if you haven't checked this out, do yourself that favor.

On the plus side, my 12 year old son is starting to read the stories.

The game is afoot.

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