American Gods is the hot new fantasy series available to stream on Amazon Video – but is it more style than substance?
If Back To The Future is not the greatest film trilogy ever made, it's certainly the most fun.
Bernard Rose's film from Howard Marks' autobiography is an odd beast - larky but long, watchable but unpersuasive, agreeable but never too likeable.
From the opening tracking shot of the clocks and homemade inventions of Doc Brown to his own triumphant last lines ("Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads"), Back To...
Crude but funny time travel comedy that on the whole delivers some good laughs. Be patient with it though – the early scenes are too strained and forced to amuse.
Do we need another Alice in Wonderland film, you may ask. Lewis Carroll’s books have been adapted umpteen times before.
Based on Shane Acker's Oscar-nominated 2006 short film, the feature-length version of 9 is a spectacular visual feast for the eyes with a dark, mysterious sensibility.
Shane Acker’s 9 began life as an 11-minute short for which he received an Oscar nomination.