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Michael Smith

Michael Smith is an entertainment writer and short story writer from Portsmouth, UK. After finishing a degree in English Literature and Creative Writing, Michael started his own entertainment blog, ‘Subterranean Homesick Blog’, which he is in the process of developing into an official site. Michael’s interests lie in Television, Film and Music. His favorite Game of Thrones character is Ser Davos Seaworth, mainly because of his Geordie accent.

8 main characters missing from the Game of Thrones Season 7 trailer

Well, what did you think? Wasn’t it incredible? That moment when Drogon appeared flying above the currently unknown battlefield will surely go down as one of Game of Thrones’s most iconic scenes! Am I getting ahead of myself? I can’t help it. I’m just so hyped! However, despite the brilliance of the trailer, released last week, […]

Top 10 best duos in Game of Thrones from season 1 to 6

From the first series and onwards, Game of Thrones has had a fine collection of dynamic character duos. Whether they are a force for good, for evil, or just comedic effect, the series has continually reconfigured itself to come up with these intriguing and entertaining matches. It is one of the show’s greatest strengths. And […]

A look at Arya Stark’s top 5 kills from Game of Thrones season 1 to 6

As with every Game of Thrones fan site and every fan writer, we all have our favourite characters. Whilst Ser Davos will always be my number 1, the Geordie accent is just so wonderfully at odds with Westeros (see the MTV show Geordie Shore for more examples of Davos’s accent), Arya Stark is not far […]

7 big questions that need answering in Game of Thrones season 7 and 8

Six years ago, Game of Thrones made its first appearance on our TV screens and now, six years later, it’s rare to find someone who hasn’t seen at least one episode. The biggest show on Earth has sunk so deep into the pores of our mainstream media that even non-watchers have heard tales of Jon Snow […]

4 storylines from Westeros and Essos that could be explored for the Game of Thrones spinoff

YES! We finally have the news we’ve been waiting to hear for so long! (No, The Winds of Winter release date hasn’t been confirmed, sorry folks.) HBO will be developing four Game of Thrones spinoffs/prequel series. Let us all admit it. The revelation from The Hollywood Reporter has ensured the long term future of George R.R. […]

10 things we want to see in the Game of Thrones prequel series

Back in January, Game of Thrones fans finally received the news we’ve been waiting to hear for so long, as HBO Programming President Casey Bloys stated that bosses would ‘be foolish not to look at‘ a Prequel series. Discussions around a Prequel/Spin Off have been taking place for the past few years now. It looks like […]

5 “New locations” we want to see in Game of Thrones Season 7

Throughout Game of Thrones, we have been introduced to a vast amount of locations. From the Slaver cities of Astapor, Yunkai and Meereen in Essos, to the Fist of the First Men beyond The Wall in Westeros. Yet, there are many more new locations that we are yet to see. Some we are all well aware of. […]

Game of Thrones Season 7: 10 Characters – Who will live and who will die?

In a recent poll, fans were asked which character they thought was most likely to die first in Season 7. I’m afraid it’s bad news for lovers of Theon Greyjoy, Melisandre, Davos and Jorah. With the poll in mind, I thought I’d do a Season 7 prediction of my own. So here it is. Ten major […]

5 Game of Thrones characters, fan theories and storylines we may not now get the chance to see

Game of Thrones is an extremely dense book and TV series. Remembering all the characters names, for one thing, is a difficult task. Yet, add to that the difficulty of keeping track of fan theories and storylines that have been left to the side, well, then you have yourself a real challenge. Whilst some book readers (myself not included) have […]

7 Minor Characters we’d love to bring back for Game of Thrones season 7

The build up to Jon Snow’s resurrection in  Season 6 was unlike anything Game of Thrones had seen before. The series went from being the most successful TV show in the world, to a social phenomenon. Everyone, everywhere, was suddenly obsessed with one question, and only one. Is Jon Snow alive? Though other elements of Season […]

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