Francis Ford Coppola's idea of a future where we're editor as well as viewer is full of possibilities.
Direct to your hear-holes, we tell you what’s good and what ain’t in the world of film.
By learning from past mistakes, True Blood's latest episode was the strongest for several seasons.
Continuing our series of shows you need to see, it's Armando Iannucci's political comedy, The Thick of It.
With the announcement he'll cameo in Guardians of the Galaxy, we ask why there's so much love for Nathan Fillion.…
We offer Zack Snyder a few pointers for his ambitious superhero sequel.
As HBO's fantasy horror progresses, we amble down an unsatisfying and familiar path.
Continuing our series of TV shows you need to see, it's Palin and Jones's post-Python comedy, Ripping Yarns.
With Richard Linklater's new American masterpiece still in cinemas, we talk how Boyhood uses time like no other…
Sometimes, the critics are just wrong. This week, we're bringing PJ Hogan's My Best Friend's Wedding back from the…
In episode two, HBO's bloody fantasy gave fans what they wanted but left the story lacking.
Direct to your hear-holes, we tell you what's good and what ain't in the world of film.
Think you know Blade Runner? Think again, buddy.
With Mad Men coming to an end, we look at the future prospects of one of television's finest actors.
Fargo and True Detective are two good reasons TV should produce more of what is essentially long-form cinema.
Michael Bay's not the villain cinema deserves, but he's the one it needs right now.
In the final episode, we're treated to a vampire gunfight and some nonsensical storytelling.
New season, same old story problems.
We round up the best European films we saw at EIFF 2014.
With the world in turmoil, why isn't cinema tackling our myriad issues head-on?