Sherlock 4.01 Review

It has been three years since the previous season debut of the globally popular BBC’s Sherlock. This time around, the producers were able to take pity on the Colonies, as there was no split in release dates between Great Britain and the United States. Americans could now watch their favorite high-functioning sociopath alongside their English brethren, avoiding spoilers on social media platforms and articles such as this one.   Fans of the show have been waiting with baited breath, snatching up any gossip, rumors or tidbits that they can find…

The Mind and Moriarty

  For Sherlock fans, this can be declared a golden age. From Robert Downey Jr.’s successful movies to Benedict Cumberbatch’s revered turn on the BBC, the consulting detective is seeing an unmatched level of popularity. Comparisons can indeed be made to when he was resurrected by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle due to public outcry after Holmes’ death in The Final Problem. Doyle was inundated by letters from fans begging for Sherlock to return to Baker Street. There are tales that it was not uncommon to see a young man wearing…