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Must Watch Alert! Netflix' Enola Holmes Makes You Desperate For A Sequel!

After a horrendous Holmes and Watson (2018), fans would be pleased to know that Netflix' latest production is a respectable addition to the Sherlock franchise. This is probably the only film in the Holmes universe which isn't about Sherlock, but about his equally witty and skilled sister - Elona Holmes. 
Film – Enola Holmes (2020)Duration – 2h 03m
Directors Harry Bradbeer
Main Cast - Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, Louis Partridge and Helena Bonham Carter
Rating – 3.5 / 5
(No spoilers follow below)
Netflix' Enola Holmes hits all the right spots when it comes to storytelling and character interpretations and succeeds in paying a praiseworthy homage to the works of Sir Arthur Conan Dyle. Never once does the movie feel boring or uninvolving, thanks to a cleverly written script and amazing performances throughout. The film does not feature iconic Sherlock characters like Dr. Watson or Professor Moriarty but frankly I was so sold by Enola Holmes, that this film could…

HYPE TRAIN! Netflix' The Witcher trailer is here!

After a long wait since the New York Comic Con Netflix's The Witcher is back with the main full length trailer!

To watch the trailer click the link below⬇️

That is not all as with this trailer Netflix has finally revealed the release date for the series, that is, 20th December this year. Fans of Andrzej Sapkowski's The Witcher Saga books would recognised  scenes from the first 2 books - The Last Wish and The Sword of Destiny. The first season of series would be majorly based on them rather than the video game. Sorry Wild Hunt fans...

But the fans of Witcher video games would have enjoyed the voice of Henry Cavill which sounds very much like Douge Cockle's  interpretation of Geralt of Rivia as well as the famous bathtub Geralt scene from Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt!

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The sheer scale of the series from the trailer looks epic and aims to match that of Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings. The costumes, make up, visual effects and cinematography look promising as well. Could Netflix's The Witcher turn out to be the next pop cultural phenomenon? Fans of The Witcher and non fans alike brace yourselves as you'll soon find out what destiny awaits for The Witcher on 20th December!