A well-crafted opening episode introduces an ensemble cast of fallen misfits, never straying far from Pizzolatto’s blackened aesthetic.
Ahead of its DVD release on July 13th, we review The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, a magical animation from veteran Studio Ghibli director Isao Takahata
A film of imperfections, but one that needs be watched for the motive behind it and everything it stands for.
Dany meets some old friends, Cersei finally confesses, and Jon Snow faces a rebellion as the series concludes in dramatic fashion…
Performance group The 7 Fingers put on a very modern circus act with their show ‘Traces’
22 years in the making and well worth the wait!
Has the franchise Taken things one step too far?
A dark story of redemption, anger and pain. A truly difficult watch, but one that will definitely leave a mark.
Butterflies on the brain…
Game of Thrones gets the Spartacus treatment as gladiatorial fighting begins in Meereen, and Stannis commits to taking Winterfell.
You are warned: do not waste your precious time watching this so-called movie.
Rugged Cornish drama Poldark returns for a new audience
An uneven horror-comedy that does not pretend to be anything other than gory madness
Danny’s Catholic guilt pushes him to lie to a priest about his relationship with Mindy and their unborn child.
The action hots up as Jon Snow gets his first taste of the White Walkers, and Tyrion finally gets an audience with the Queen of Dragons…