The consulting detective is back with a bang in Sherlock, season 3 – but will we now have another 2 year hiatus to look forward to?
Whilst there are enjoyable characters and levels for players to enjoy, Angry Birds Star Wars could’ve benefited from more of both.
A hugely enjoyable evening with excellent set design and funny and exciting music
Big Ass Spider is an almost entirely laugh free affair that misses the point of it’s genre entirely, steer well clear.
David O’Russell gets his friends together for a conning good time in 70s biopic American Hustle
Atmospheric and with just the right amount of jump scares to keep you on the edge of your seat from opening scenes, You’re Next is a thoroughly entertaining horror that deliver the goods.
Whilst GODUS’ world and surface are beautiful, the tedious gameplay and animations, in their current form, are too hard to ignore, says Liam Tobin.
The Frozen Ground is an absorbing true-life thriller, well shot and featuring Nicolas Cage’s best performance in a while.
It’s easy to wax lyrical about Shinya Tsukamoto but he’s a truly excellent film maker, something confirmed through the strength of Bullet Ballet.
Bagpuss, Postman Pat and Peppa Pig are to be commemorated by Royal Mail
Matt Smith’s last outing as the Doctor proves to be an epically emotional instalment of our beloved Doctor Who
Matt Damon stars in the sci-fi spectacular Elysium, Neill Blomkamp’s eagerly-awaited follow-up to District 9.
Geoffrey Rush excels in the trailer for this mystery drama
Kevin Hart gives an account of himself – his recent divorce, his internet success – across an hour of average comedy. It’s not great, but it’s not terrible.
Alpha House offers us a strangely lightweight and directionless episode seven that ambles along to an unsatisfying conclusion