Written and directed by Mortimer, The Pursuit of Love is an adaptation of the celebrated novel by Nancy Mitford and a romantic comedy-drama about love and friendship.
Æsahættr ends Season 2 of His Dark Materials in spectacular fashion, as well as setting up some exciting plans for Season 3…
Available on BBC Studios DVD and Blu-ray from December 28th 2020.
His Dark Materials rockets towards its second season finale in an episode that sees everyone converge around Cittàgazze.
Will and Lyra fight for the Subtle Knife in a solid, but very messy episode of His Dark Materials.
A bit of a fragmented middle-chapter in the second season, but a very enjoyable one nevertheless.
After its successful debut season last year, His Dark Materials returns for its second outing, this time adapting the second of Philip Pullman’s beloved novels, The Subtle Knife….
“Sometimes the most dangerous journey is to the centre of your own mind…”
It’s coming back! Get your first look into His Dark Materials Season 2, did we say we’re excited?
1917 might have rode the hype train but it still deserves many plaudits for its scale, scope and, particularly, George MacKay in the lead role excels.
Bought to life in awe-inspiring fashion, 1917 is perhaps the most realistic yet beautiful war film we’ve seen in decades.
As His Dark Materials comes to the conclusion of S1, so does Pete’s review blog – Find out what he thought, right here…
It’s time… Ep 7 saw the fight between ice bears Iorek Byrnison and Iofeur Raknison…
His Dark Materials transitions to the cold, bleak, wintry North for a chilling sixth instalment – The Daemon-Cages…
The show really begins to hit its stride and so does Pete’s blog as we continue with episode 5 of His Dark Materials!