In an episode that marks a change for the show in narrative and style, Entrée may be moving on too quickly from Hannibal’s slow and intriguing beginnings.
A lot of loose ends are tied up in this last episode of Game of Throne season three, but overall it’s a little underwhelming.
National Geographic documentary Chasing Ice is one man’s mission to expose the impact of climate change using unique time-lapse photography.
The Big Wedding is not realistically the worst comedy of the year just a disordered affair, with morally flippant characters and sloppy writing.
It may not hold up as well under intense scrutiny and its finale goes off course a bit but The Purge is a good horror/thriller with a premise that adds real depth.
With the strong cast continuing to grow and yet more horrifically memorable killings, Coquilles is a continuing reminder of the show’s lurid strength.
Rafe Spall and Rose Byrne star in rom-com I Give It A Year, a film about what happens after happily ever after…
This week on Game of Thrones, it’s the Red Wedding. Need we say more?
The Long Riders is a well acted and thoroughly enjoyable Western that showed even in 1980 that the genre still had a lot to offer.
Apartment 1303 is a lacklustre Hollywood remake of a Japanese horror film, if you thought that had trend had died out then Apartment 1303 is unfortunately here to prove you wrong.
Dark comedy Bernie sees Jack Black and Richard Linklater reteam in the true story of Bernie Tiede, a much-loved local Texan mortician who murders a wealthy resident.
Parental Guidance is an inoffensive, occasionally enjoyable caper that has its heart in the right place but its funny bone is out of joint and it lacks anything distinguishable from countless others.
Whilst Hannibal continues to impress with its well-constructed characters, the ease at which the show’s killers are caught is beginning to wear thin.
Lore is an intensely haunting story about a family of German children left abandoned after the collapse of National Socialism
The Hangover Part III is not absent of all merit but is utterly devoid of humour and the new direction hasn’t helped make this threequel meaningful.