Category Archives: Maisie Williams

TV REVIEW: Game of Thrones – No One

Spoilers…One of the interesting things about Game of Thrones as a show is its ability to laugh at your story expectations like Syrio Forel laughs at death. There were certain elements that were always going to happen like we imagined, for example Arya’s victory against the waif, despite the “shock ending” of her being stabbed in the gut. But several things happened this week that are either going to surprise people or/and make them a bit angry.In terms of the latter, it’s doing away with two widely rumoured events in the blink of an eye. Firstly, Lady Stoneheart – while…

TV REVIEW: Game of Thrones – No One

TV REVIEW: Game of Thrones – The Broken Man

Spoilers…Is it really episode seven? This season has absolutely flown by, and has to be one of the most consistently brilliant so far, with The Broken Man, which is another great episode. And it doesn’t waste any time in reintroducing a great character from previous seasons who had been theorised to return; The Hound aka Sandor Clegane, who is found being part of a religious commune building a sept. The show had taken Sandor on an interesting journey previous, having shifted not only loyalties but morality, with a somewhat different take on things after being paired with Arya.Here, Clegane’s story…

TV REVIEW: Game of Thrones – The Broken Man

TV REVIEW: Game of Thrones – Blood of my Blood

Spoilers…Sometimes you just need to slow down, especially considering that this season so far has been a mile a minute. The world of Westeros is turning like it’s had several grams of speed, so we needed to stop and reflect, and Blood of my Blood gave us that. This was an episode that had no Jon, no Sansa, no Tyrion, but looked at the other factors either in play now or soon to be.At King’s Landing, there was a surprising outcome that stopped Margaery’s walk of atonement, as she appears to have not only joined up with the High Sparrow…

TV REVIEW: Game of Thrones – Blood of my Blood

TV REVIEW: Game of Thrones – The Door

Spoilers…With the eventual denouement seemingly edging closer, it seems all bets are off concerning character survival, something which was underlined this week with the heartbreaking death of a fan favourite. It was a powerful ending to the episode, and the ripples will be felt in more ways than one.But first, an important meeting between Sansa and Littlefinger (with Brienne in tow), where Sansa beautifully called him out for selling her to Ramsay and her making it explicitly clear what he did to her – “he knew he needed my face so he left that, but he committed horrors to the rest of me”…

TV REVIEW: Game of Thrones – The Door

TV REVIEW: Game of Thrones – Oathbreaker

Spoilers…Well, I’m not sure what Benioff and Weiss have had with their porridge, but similarly to last week this episode shot by. Obviously the focus was on Jon Snow – who to be fair is pretty hot for one of the undead – but the wheels are definitely in motion across Westeros.Only a short glimpse of Dany this week, with an introduction to the widows of the Great Khals, who were all seemingly promised glory alongside their Moon and Stars (although presumably none of them had dragons), while in Mereen, Varys talked business with a conspirator of the Sons of…

TV REVIEW: Game of Thrones – Oathbreaker