I rather enjoyed the BBC adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula by Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss and Sue Vertue – now on Netflix. Well, the first two episodes at least, and I gasped at the cliffhanger at the end of the second episode. But would I have been happier if I had stopped there? Probably. I […]
I mentioned in my brief semi-spoilery summation of the first episode of Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss and Sue Vertue's Dracula, which aired on BBC One last night, second episode tonight, that there was a bit of a Sherlock Holmes crossover. The team had also recreated Sherlock for the BBC, and it was a mention from […]
Tonight saw the debut of the first episode of the new BBC adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula, from Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss and Sue Vertue. It was everything it needed to be and so much more. Minor spoilers before, holding fire on the big stuff, as I know plenty of people will be timeshifting this […]
Today, in Forbidden Planet Megastore on Shaftesbury Avenue in London, Doctor Who/Sherlock/Dracula producer Sue Vertue popped by with her husband and writer/showrunner of all those shows, Steven Moffat, to do a little signing of Titan Comics' Sherlock manga publications, that adapt the original scripts of the show in excruciating detail for manga readers in Japan, […]
Sherlock producer Sue Vertue has shared the casting, nature and an image of new season three character, Charles Augustus Magnussen.
There's a little social media hubbub happening right now. It all kicked off when fans stalking the sets of Sherlock, which is currently shooting its third series in London, saw... something...
For purveyors of online video communities like Youtube and Blip, there's often nothing more frustrating than having to sit through a 30 second ad just to watch a 2 minute video. So what if for every second of advert you have to watch, a second of the video you actually want to watch is edited […]
Hartswood Films, run by Steven Moffat's mother-in-law Beryl Vertue and wife Sue Vertue, and producer of Moffat's Sherlock Holmes, Coupling and Jekyll, has a new comedy show for BBC1, Me And Mrs Jones. It stars Sarah Alexander (Susan in Coupling), Neil Morrissey from Men Behaving Badly (another Hartswood production) as well as Nathaniel Parker of […]
Nobody has seen anything of CBS' upcoming mystery show Elementary yet, because not a single scene has been shot, but there's certainly something familiar about the concept: Sherlock Holmes, but in the modern day. Admittedly that's quite a vague description so while the concern is that the Network are planning little more than a rip-off […]