A poignant father-son story with universal themes that will appeal to anyone, young or old.
For its mid-season finale The Walking Dead offers nonsensical writing and pretty much renders the previous episodes of season 8 pointless.
Square Enix hasn’t forgotten about this PS1 Era gem, and neither have it’s fans, for good reason. Well deserving of it’s eventual remake and spin off title.
“Time for After” is frustrating episode seemingly void of logic and any intention to live up to the show’s prestige.
Brimming with attitude, humour, skill and unforgettable performances Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri offers an unforgettable watch.
Battle of the Sexes is an astoundingly acted and timely look at issues surrounding both this historic tennis clash and our modern times.
Daddy’s Home 2 marks a distressing low for what some festive comedies have come to.
An upgrade from last week with a bit more going on but “The King, the Widow and Rick” is another filler episode and at times contains some very lazy writing
A great item for cosplaying, but not for everyday wear.
“The Big Scary U” offers some valuable insight into the hierarchy of The Saviors but ultimately falls into disappointing filler episode territory.
Microtransactions have detracted from the real issue with Battlefront II: too much tinkering
Studio Ghibli’s first foray into serialised television is a sweet tale of star-crossed childhood friendship held back by slow pacing and sluggish CGI
This time, we take a look at arguably the strongest season of Buffy, noting the consistent episodes and very gripping arc
Sonic Forces brings a new character to the Sonic team to help save the world from the evil as ever, Dr. Eggman.
Racing fans will lap up its sharp driving gameplay, but for those looking for a cut above the rest, this isn’t it.