Directed by Adrian Buitenhuis and Derik Murray and released in 2017, we are given an insight into what Heath was like as a person most noteably his fascination with cameras and directing, also dealing with his rise to fame up until his untimely death in 2008 aged 28. The documentary features plenty of personal anecdotes from close family, friends and work colleagues.
The much anticipated episodes of The Walking Dead (‘Wrath’ season 8 finale)and Fear the Walking Dead (‘What’s Your Story?’ season 4 premiere) finally arrived, as we are treated to very emotional episodes in The Walking Dead’s season 8 finale with the ‘all out war’ and Morgan’s crossover into Fear the Walking Dead.
Initially I had mixed thoughts when the theme Cult was revealed, especially seeing as it appeared to be based on current US political events . However, with each episode I have felt relieved that the writers haven’t forced too much of the divide between Trump supporters and those against in our faces (nice to watch a non-politically motivated show) – rather the tension provides a basis for this seasons story *phew!*
I was intrigued to see this film with all the hype I’d seen with trailers, seeing the interviews with the cast on TV over the last few weeks as well as Sky specials I had come across that showed me that despite the main protagonist being in a lower class and trained as a spy (where others were obviously not going to be in the same situation) he may have a good chance on being successful.