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#SteveReviews: Tiger King

On 20th March, Netflix released a series that I noticed had caught the attention of my friends on both Facebook and Twitter. I decided to check it out and below is my take on the pure insanity that follows. It…

#SteveReviews: Night on Earth

On January 29th 2020, Netflix dropped a new nature documentary series comprising of six episodes. Whilst it isn’t narrated by the god that is Sir David Attenborough, it is very well produced and is novel as far as I’m aware…

#SteveReviews: Seven Worlds, One Planet

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past couple of months, you’ll know that Sir David Attenborough’s latest landmark series on BBC One has recently come to a conclusion. A number of viewers have expressed heartbreak at the…

#SteveReviews: Racing Extinction

It’s time for another #SteveReviews, I am going to try to keep posting these quite regularly as there are a few people I know would like to see more – hopefully it’s the same across the board. This time, it’s…

#SteveReviews: Before the Flood

It’s been just over 3 years since I first saw Before the Flood during it’s debut on the National Geographic Channel. There have been requests for me to start reviewing relevant TV shows and documentaries again so this is my…

#SteveReviews: Our Planet

As I’m sure most of you are aware, a brand new David Attenborough series has recently aired on Netflix titled Our Planet. Thankfully I was able to watch all eight episodes over the weekend and oh my, if you haven’t…

#SteveReviews: Terra

Recently I sat down with a group of friends to watch the 2015 film Terra. I’ll start from the very beginning by saying that the film was nothing like what I was expecting based on the trailer and what I’d…

#SteveReviews: Jane

Jane is a heartwarming documentary about the early years of Jane Goodall’s career, when she first set foot in Africa and tried to gain the acceptance of chimpanzees of Gombe National Park, Tanzania. If you’re unaware of who Jane Goodall…