Thoughtful, inventive and ambitious, After Midnight isn’t always perfect but it’s great to witness something new being created.
Focusing on the toxic relationship between the media and the justice system, this is an important real-life story and one of Eastwood’s best.
Straightforward but actually a lot of fun, plus Jim Carrey having the time of his life is a welcome return.
A story of learning, acceptance and reality, with huge compassion and empathy. Rhys and Hanks are exceptional.
Masters of Cinema: Throw Down is out now on Eureka Entertainment, and it’s one of To’s most heartfelt films.
Essential viewing, with a powerhouse lead cast.
Snowpiercer: The TV Series, comes to Netflix from 25th May.
Whether you’re familiar with the story or new to the March sisters, Gerwig’s Little Women takes a narrative full of modern themes and fills it full of life and love.
A cynical yet entertaining, gore-soaked explosion of insanity and political commentary…
Despite another stellar performance from Jodie Whitakker, S12 was an up and down series, with a lot of potential not always quite realised. Pete reviews the new box-set and discusses extras…