Cut out your other engagements and make haste to Matisse! The blockbuster art retrospective of Summer 2014
From email management to how to hold efficient meetings, this book is full of wisdom, leaving you feeling like a true Productivity Ninja
Kieren finds himself drawing closer to the mysterious Simon as prejudices against PDS sufferers in Roarton become more apparent
Godzilla is thematically closer to the 1954 film than imagined, yet it is its own film and shows through size and human peril that Godzilla isn’t in our world, we’re in his.
Jon Ronson takes us into the world of paranoid conspiracists, hopping from neo-Nazis to a Ku Klux Klansmen leader attempting an image makeover
Denzel Washington is a man on fire again.
The city is your weapon in the most anticipated game of the year but the hype quickly shows that it can cause a game to just crash and burn.
It’s crunch time for Tyrion Lannister in this final episode of season four, as a good balance of impeccable acting and skilful CGI rounds things off for another year
Tensions in Roarton begin to mount as a mysterious stranger arrives, and Kieren experiences some trouble when he tries to leave the village
Night gathers, and now our watch begins – season four’s feature episode gives us an extended view of the first night of battle between the Night’s Watch and the Wildlings
Another brick in the wall.
His name is Oberyn Martell. He came here to chew bubble-gum and kill the Mountain – and he’s all out of bubble-gum. Tyrion Lannister’s fate is decided in this week’s Game of Thrones
Bigby starts out strong but all in all takes a nose dive towards the end as a shorter episode makes it the weakest.
You can’t go wrong with a talking, rocket launcher wielding raccoon.
Roobla reviews the first episode from the second season of gritty British zombie drama In the Flesh