Review: House of Cards Season 6

Picking up 100 days into the presidency of Claire Underwood (Robin Wright), season 6 of House of Cards follows our lead as she must...

Doc/Fest Diaries: Day Six

Today was the sixth, and final, day of the 25th edition of Sheffield Doc/Fest. Screen Editors Gethin Morgan and Izzy Cridland have been covering...

Review: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

The Bellows family home has cast a dark shadow over the town of Mill Valley for centuries. Legend has it that young and tortured Sarah...

Review: Last Christmas

For George Michael obsessives, this is one of the most eagerly anticipated festive releases of the year; but sadly Last Christmas comfortably takes the...

Review: Disenchantment Season 1

Having perfectly parodied present day suburbia with The Simpsons and skillfully satirised sci-fi with Futurama, the medieval fantasy and fairy tale setting of Matt...

Review: Stranger Things – Season 3

Stranger Things returned to Netflix earlier this month with season three. After a disastrous second season, we return to Hawkins for the summer of...

Review: The Truth

The misremembered past sneaks through the excellent The Truth like a devious shadow, subtly subverting every scene, creating a gently absurdist take on family...

Review: Bandersnatch

To finish-off an amazing 2018 with a bang, on 28 December Netflix released its first ever video-game. Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is an interactive film,...

Review: Vice

Adam McKay has had quite the career; from his early days with Will Ferrell and co. in Anchorman to the Oscar-winning political biopic The...

Review: His Dark Materials – Season 1

It was always going to be a challenge for the BBC to bring the intricate plotline and magical character of the first instalment in...

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