Film & TV.
Review: Captain America: Civil War
Captain America: Civil War takes the Marvel Cinematic Universe to an entirely different level, says Liam Dooley
This week, exciting things happen at the Wall as the Red Woman shows her true colours, says Thomas Ron
Vikings fourth series’ premiere is entirely underwhelming, but that was unsurprising, says Thomas Ron
A near perfect episode of Agent Carter has all of the characters being utilized at their best, says Thomas Ron
This is not simply just bad episode of Agent Carter, it’s one that even matches the terrible quality of series one of Agents of SHIELD, says Thomas Ron
In light of another enormous visual album release from Beyoncé , Andrew Kendall examines the developing nature of the music video as film
The late Alan Rickman’s last film is an intense spectacle that has you making decisions alongside its very realistic characters, say Thomas Ron
It looks like Agent Carter is back on the upward trend and promises good things for the second half of the series, says Thomas Ron
After all of the build-up to Negan’s dramatic reveal, the series six finale of The Walking Dead falls short of expectations, says Liam Dooley
Andrew Kendall takes a look back at the critical hit on its silver anniversary. Was it really a game changer?
The first episode of series six is not one of the best episodes of Game of Thrones to date, but it does lay a solid foundation for the episodes to come, says Simran Virdee
Angel Lloyd considers what makes The Man Who Fell to Earth resonate for audiences, decades after its release
The Walking Dead does not shy away from killing off fan favourites, but would they really do it in the penultimate episode of the sixth series? Liam Dooley reviews