Review – Why Me?

Sarah Burleton, the author of Why Me? was kind enough to offer me a free electronic copy of her memoir to review. Luckily, I had some spare time, and her book isn’t very long, so I jumped at the opportunity to read it. 😉 Why Me? is Sarah’s story, plain and simple. She shares some…

Review: Accused – Kenny’s Story (2010, UK)

Jimmy McGovern is an acclaimed British TV screenwriter. His newest series Accused was co-written with other newer writers for each of its six episodes. The show always starts on the morning that a criminal is about to be sentenced and in flashback we learn the motive for the crime (usually murder, with occasional previous crimes)….

Review: Law and Order SVU: “Loophole” (2007, US)

This is a Season 9 (06/07) Episode that aired only last week in the UK. A package is delivered to One Police Plaza featuring suspected child pornography, but when an ex-con with a record for burglary is ruled out as the suspect, Benson and Stabler re-investigate until the child and his mother are traced. When…

Review: Law and Order UK: “Confession” (2010, UK)

Note: This is a current series episode and the entire plot is discussed below. Confession, series 2 Episode 4: Confession By Terry Cafolla is an updating of Bad Faith written by Réné Balcer for the original American series. A cop is found shot dead in Battersea Park and so the story opens with the notification…