Whilst “All That Remains” felt very predictable it was still a great return to a series that we all came to fall in love with.
The iron is thrust into the fire as Tyrion goes on trial in King’s Landing – get ready for courtroom scenes the like of which you will not see on Judge Judy
The fun never stops in Westeros; this week Tommen is crowned while the Lannisters plot, and something we thought was true in season one turns out not to be true at all…
The second season of My Mad Fat Diary draws to a close, as Rae ties up loose ends
If it’s at all possible that a band can evoke the feeling of a film, then Dum Dum Girls kind of make me think of David Lynch’s BLUE VELVET, where under the façade of the sunshine and white picket fences there’s a darkness lurking, if you just scratch the surface a little.
Paris when it sizzles.
Action and exposition make a good mix in this week’s offering from Game of Thrones, as the series continues to build to…whatever this season’s ‘big event’ will turn out to be…
What an excellent day for an exorcism.
Whilst Hatchet III certainly won’t win any new fans and definitely doesn’t add anything new, it is better than it really had any right to be and is superior to any number of Friday 13th/Halloween/Saw sequels you care to throw in Crowley’s path.
Collectress are a band of musicians who make beautiful music, beautifully.
This week’s episode sees characters mostly trying to protect rather than to kill – although of course, a fair amount of killing goes on too…
X-Men Assemble in the final trailer for Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past
Revenge is served ice cold in Seven Cases
The plot thickens yet again as Joffrey and Margaery celebrate the Purple Wedding. This one comes with a serious spoiler warning…
A Crooked Mile not only makes for some memorable moments and brilliant gameplay but also shows why TellTale are the kings of storytelling and why you’re called The Big Bad Wolf.