Maysa is the Film and TV columnist for Xenith.net. Her reviews have also appeared in Crescent Blues Magazine and student press, and she’s often found on Twitter (@MaysaMH) and Tumblr.
Sunday, October 6 2013
Denise isn’t entirely dazzled by Moray’s charm. She’s more taken with his business acumen than his wearying, constant flirting.
Friday, September 27 2013
Christian makes it his mission to seek out another Jewish girlfriend, since, as he states more than once, "I never want to make another decision" for the rest of his life.
Tuesday, September 17 2013
It’s Not You, It’s Me is fitfully entertaining, but it’s a little disappointing that the guys get the so-called best lines throughout.
Tuesday, August 27 2013
Unlike Wallander , The Killing and The Bridge, Broadchurch has a smaller scope; it has no time for exploring wider societal ills
Monday, June 3 2013
In a couple of subplots, The Fosters broaches, superficially at least, the complications of striving for color- and culture-blindness in cross-racial adoptions.
Wednesday, January 4 2012
Endeavour gives the sense of conferring a privilege to viewers, a glimpse into a rarefied world running parallel to ours.
Tuesday, November 16 2010
Despite the vaguely sexy word-association, Lip Service is that surprisingly ubiquitous creature; a series obsessed with sex that is hopelessly devoid of the erotic.
Tuesday, April 13 2010
We are all monsters, even if we don’t have fangs.