Alex Harris explains why the cinema is so much better than streaming films at home
Why do K-pop fans stan BTS and BLACKPINK – are there skeletons in the closet?
Netflix’s new show strings along a series of secrets that makes for one of 2021’s first must-watch series
Despite a pair of solid performances and strong direction, News of the World falls short of being a great Western
Does Bridgerton give modern viewers everything they need?
‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ featuring great performances by Chadwick Boseman and Viola Davis is a powerful exploration of artistry, race, inequality and the American dream
Even though it has two iconic actresses at the centre, Hillbilly Elegy is unable to engage with the big ideas at its centre due to dull writing and bad characterisation
With a drawn-out plot and not enough scares, The Haunting of Bly Manor leaves a bitter aftertaste to its predecessor
Aaron Sorkin’s latest film, The Trial of the Chicago 7, returns to a familiar period of US history through a well-constructed courtroom drama
Snabba Cash, Netflix’s latest adaptation of Jens Lapidus’s famous trilogy, is a thrilling portrayal of Stockholm’s underworld
Pelé avoids being too deferential to its subject and engages with his political legacy
Following the success of the Netflix series, Aileen Loftus reads the first book in the Bridgerton series.
The Dig humanises the groundbreaking archaeological discovery of the Sutton Hoo burial sites and is a heart wrenching account of friendship and love
Lauryn Berry shares her views on ‘The Prom’, Netflix’s adaptation of the hit Broadway musical starring Meryl Streep, James Corden and Nicole Kidman
Netflix’s limited series follows a chess genius at work, telling the story of addiction and loss in 1960s United States
Aunty Donna’s hilarious Aussie mayhem perfectly manages to stay on just the right side of pure insanity
Sandleristas rejoice for the prodigal son has returned with his latest comedy caper, Hubie Halloween