Depressing, but not totally lifeless
With its rich story, excellent visual style, greater emphasis on gameplay and continually wonderful soundtrack, I am happy to say that Dontnod has delivered another excellent work of interactive fiction with Life is Strange: Episode 2 – Out of Time.
Disney’s re-imagining of their classic Cinderella is a glittering feast for the eyes, but falls a little flat when it comes to emotional depth
A hilarious mockumentary of the secret lives of vampires
Brilliant, brutally honest telling of mental illness and addiction
Crotch jokes, a chase through a hidden underground town, familiar faces and an amazing opening makes for a dream come true for Borderlands fans.
Why did I sign up to watch this?
A refreshing entry to a currently downward-spiralling genre
Ironically, this film shines brightest in the darkness – if only it had stayed there
Papa Roach gave fans an incredible chance to re-live the Infest album and brought it together with old favourites and new tracks, making it a night to remember
Mindy shifts into full mother mode when she learns about her little brother’s unsavoury lifestyle.
Jesse and his team investigate some of the most outrageous ideas out there. But are they a little bit crazy themselves?
After finding out in the last episode that she’s carrying Danny’s baby, Mindy tries her best to ingratiate herself with his chaotic family.
A banal story line which doesn’t give a good platform to the acting talents of its cast
Non-fictional classroom drama depicting immigrant life