A film that captures the angst of being alone in a teeming metropolis.
Stories don’t translate easily between media: the process causes wrinkles and tears.
A mixed bag of a film that flits between brilliance and pomposity.
Boo! Separating the dread from the downright silly.
There’s far more to anime than you might think.
At its core, ‘Back to the Future’ isn’t time travel or even really sci-fi.
Twelve years after its release, it remains a quiet marvel.
Annabelle, as much as it tries, is the quintessence of ‘meh’.
Imagine an incredibly morbid episode of ‘Father Ted’ involving adulterers, addicts and would-be murderers.
Doesn’t sound like your cup of tea? Watch it anyway. Now.