About George Willcox

George Willcox is in his early twenties and has recently been awarded a Master’s Degree in Film Studies. Film and filmmaking has always been his passion since he was a very small child. George has previously worked as a cameraman and as a film editor for a number of independent film productions, television news and lifestyle programmes. Currently, he is trying to expand my resumé as a film and television screenwriter as well as a film and television critic. Whilst he is extremely passionate about making films, George's academic studies on the subject has imbued him with a strong desire to work within the media industry in a writing capacity. George considers himself skilled at writing in an entertaining yet clear and concise manner. During his university studies, he was commended for the quality of his academic papers and short film screenplays (one of which was an award winner at his university). Outside of his film and television interests, George enjoys hiking, reading and video gaming.

TV Review – Warehouse 13: All the Time in the World

Warehouse 13’s penultimate episode of its 4th season, All the Time in the World, is an interesting watch. Existing mostly to elaborate on Anthony Head’s villainous Paracelsus in time for the season finale, the episode deals primarily with the tragedy of death verses the greater tragedy of immortality. The subject … Continue reading

TV Review: Warehouse 13 – Runaway

Runaway is a Warehouse 13 episode that fully embraces the inherent silliness of the show and its characters. At times, the characters feel less like themselves and more like parodies of themselves. The usually grumpy and cantankerous Artie (Saul Rubinek) spends this episode literally screaming about the social importance of … Continue reading

TV Review: The Venture Bros – What Colour is your Clean Suit?

Adult Swim’s mature animated comedy series The Venture Bros has always ran the risk of having a very niche sense of humour. Much of the show’s hilarity relies on the viewer having seen Hanna Barbera cartoons like Jonny Quest or Scooby Doo and it is entirely possible that members of … Continue reading

TV Review: Warehouse 13 – The Sky’s the Limit

The fourteenth episode of Warehouse 13’s fourth season, The Sky’s the Limit, features an imaginative plot with two distinct and interesting investigations for the now-sizable cast. The downside, however, is that the show retains its irritatingly immature and juvenile attempts at humour. For every observation that can be suggested in … Continue reading

TV Review: Da Vinci’s Demons – The Hierophant

In its seventh episode, titled The Hierophant (as each episode is titled after a Tarot card), Da Vinci’s Demons continues to be a mostly enjoyable if not bafflingly inconsistent programme. The show possesses an almost binary nature; being both a drama rife with political skulduggery (in the spirit of Game … Continue reading