Review: The Device (2014)
Spheres for fears
Review: Dead Still (2015)
Death is only the beginning...
Review: The Mindy Project Season 3, Episode 14 – No More Mr. Noishe Guy
Mindy is offered the chance of a new life in San Francisco, but how will she convince Danny to join her?
Review: Game of Thrones: Episode 2 – Lost Lords (2015)
Lost Lords moves fast, maybe a little too fast. Feeling more like an extension rather than continuing the story, it seems a lot of waiting comes with Game of Thrones.
Review: Game of Thrones: Episode 1 – Iron From Ice (2014)
For anyone not familiar with Game of Thrones they will be greeted with a bleak world of incest, death and despair where life is never fair.
Review: Continuum (2014)
Working hard towards saving his father, a son struggles to deal with the possibilities of changing the past and keeping his future
Mid-Season Review: The Walking Dead – Season 5
The first half of season five is over. We take a look at what we've witnessed so far.
Review: Whiplash (2014)
Darkly funny and withering, yet full of heart, beauty and an unswerving drive for excellence against all the odds
Review: The Theory of Everything (2014)
An exceptional man's struggle against a debilitating disease, on his way to becoming a world famous physicist
Review: Fortitude Season 1, Episode 1
Like an Arctic oil company, Sky has drilled its way into the Nordic noir genre with a big budget and an expensive crew, but this opener leaves viewers a little cold. Get ready for it to heat up though.
Review: Life is Strange: Episode One – Chrysalis (2015)
Dontnod Entertainment's latest project is a tour de force of interactive storytelling. Life Is Strange plays to its artistic strengths and keeps the player entertained and excited for the next chapter.
Review: Playing It Cool (2014)
Witty and smart script with a stellar cast, but a rom com that leaves you feeling unsatisfied
Review: Foxcatcher (2014)
Various angles of the American dream, based on true events
Review: Paddington (2014)
Treat yourself and the kids with 90 minutes of fuzzy bear fun
Review: Enemy (2015)
A haunting tale of identity crisis