Martin Carr is a staff writer for Flickering Myth covering television shows, film releases and media interviews. He is also a freelance contributor to Cineworld UK through their on-line blog and writes for Top 10 films.
He has written over four hundred film and television reviews for Flickering Myth and Top 10 films, as well as undertaking interviews with actors and directors.
Someone is in a vendetta kind of mood this week as revenge come out cold with extra artillery. After the powder puff filler episode four this Amazon original shows some teeth, delivers on drama and throws out a left field curveball guaranteed to wake audiences up.
Off world shenanigans continue with added undercover apparel while bartering in human body parts joins the agenda.
A reunion between Jean Luc and Seven of Nine was never going to be plain sailing but 'Stardust City Rag' throws in some added spice. Having Jeri Ryan on board injects just the right amount of adrenaline into a series which had lent too heavily on nostalgia of late. Seven of Nine carries the scars of Borg interference, brings audience expectation but also something fresh to that holographic study. Ulterior motives, convenient allegiances and a casual trust with Jean Luc keeps things off kilter throughout without offering answers.