Sean Foley and Julian Barratt provide a zany, cheesy and yet commendably human comedy that stumbles here and here, but ultimately remains upright
Louise Bolotin looks at what's coming up on the box – including Doctor Foster, Diana and I, Whitney: Can I Be Me and Back
A young psychic is pulled into a mysterious government scheme where nightmares meet reality and a threat to the world must be stopped
We all love the idea of having a superpower and there’s a wide range of super-human abilities seen on TV and on the big screen.
Welcome to Slammer Jabber, where this week we focus on Raw, Smackdown, a controversial incident in AAA and more
Unusual monster move Colossal makes its way to Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download on September 11.
Juan Carlos Medina offers an adaptation of a book few expected to reach the silver screen, and the result is a watchable, compelling horror-thriller held aloft by the performances of its cast
A crass British comedy that flirts with being unfunny but settles for being mostly boring
Louise Bolotin looks at what's coming up on the box – including Strike: A Cuckoo Calling, Victoria and the reincarnated Great British Bake Off
Join the team for reviews of Final Portrait, The Hitman's Bodyguard, American Made, Detroit and Logan Lucky – plus home entertainment releases Raw, Their Finest, Death Note and Supergirl Season 2