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James Delingpole

James Delingpole is executive editor of Breitbart London and writes for Bogpaper.com and Ricochet.com.

Television

Paramount+’s Tulsa King is repellent

The return of Sylvester Stallone can’t compensate for the nasty storyline

By James Delingpole

Television

The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself is riveting

Unlike so many gore-fests it never forgets that its main job is not to gross you out but to entertain you

By James Delingpole

Television

The Game of Thrones prequel is shaping up nicely for some truly epic bloodletting

House of the Dragon could do with some of the light relief, however

By James Delingpole

Television

Why we should all be dropping acid

I think I may have done the drug a disservice

By James Delingpole

Television

Jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy is enthralling and unusual

Even if you don’t care about Kanye West

By James Delingpole

Television

Yellowjackets is a dog’s breakfast but I’m rather enjoying it

It’s William Golding meets Alive meets Heathers meets Midsommar meets Bear Grylls

By James Delingpole

Television

If you watch one thing this Christmas, make it The Witcher

What really strikes you is the complete absence of politics

By James Delingpole

Television

Amazon’s The Wheel of Time is even worse than the book

Robert Jordan’s trite and lumbering dialogue desperately needed a spice-up before being let anywhere near a TV screen

By James Delingpole

Television

Lurking beneath Squid Game’s gore are moments of wit and sensitivity

Its previously mostly unknown stars are now hugely famous

By James Delingpole

Film

The Sopranos’ prequel movie delivers in spades

The Many Saints of Newark reviewed

By James Delingpole

Television

The White Lotus is up there with Succession and Chernobyl

Every now and then, you see a new series like this one that reminds you why you watch TV

By James Delingpole

Television

The techniques of totalitarianism are still fully in play today

Instead of examining the dictators individually, How to Become a Tyrant explores their careers thematically

By James Delingpole

Television

Is Rick and Morty the best thing on TV ever?

This feels as though it can only have been put together by a writers’ room of a dozen autistic geniuses

By James Delingpole

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