TV Editor Ben looks at 24 revival 24:Legacy, and wonders if maybe the format has had its day.
Impressive setpieces and enjoyable performances, but lazy writing prevents any emotional or thematic effect.
Battlefield 1 is the fast-paced, realistic, immersive, all-out war multiplayer that FPS lovers have been craving.
We’ve seen the first six episodes, but what do we think?
Does Sun Choke shine bright or leave us in the dark?
An honest, albeit harsh, review of the latest muddled entry in the Underworld series
If you think this is an X-Men film, think again. (No Spoilers)
This action packed indie spaceship game is tough, yet undeniably addictive. Will you make it to your destination?
A continuation of my JW series reviews. John Wick: Chapter 2 is a mind blowing follow up.
The latest look at the rise and fall of George Best, the greatest footballer to ever come out of Northern Ireland.
Marauders is a fun, albeit overly self-serious, heist film that substitutes hyper-violence for character and plot development.
With the usual witty/borderline psychotic banter and appetite for disaster, Hannah and her friends show us what it’s like to grow into your own, or not yet.
Beholder will make you question morals and freedoms you hold dear, but in order to survive in this world, you might have to leave them at the door.
A review of the Irish trio Two Door Cinema Club’s performance at Bristol.
For fans of the much-loved genre of Pop Punk then I would heartily recommend giving Red Winter a go. Original, lively and talented. What more do you need?