Daniel Mays

8

Great

The Limehouse Golem review

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

5

Average

Dad's Army review

Early on in this WWII Walmington-on Sea comedy a nefarious spy sends a coded message to the German High Command saying that the Home Guard protecting the quaint village are...

6

Fair

0

Dad's Army review ★★½

Early on in this WWII Walmington-on Sea comedy a nefarious spy sends a coded message to the German High Command saying that the Home Guard protecting the quaint village are...

5

Average

Dad's Army review

Early on in this WWII Walmington-on Sea comedy a nefarious spy sends a coded message to the German High Command saying that the Home Guard protecting the quaint village are...

4

Poor

8

Great

Byzantium review (Blu-ray)

Running away from some unpleasantness in the big city, mother and daughter Clara and Eleanor (Arterton and Ronan) arrive in the peculiarly depressing environ of an out-of-season English seaside town.

8

Great

Byzantium review

Running away from some unpleasantness in the big city, mother and daughter Clara and Eleanor (Arterton and Ronan) arrive in the peculiarly depressing environ of an out-of-season English seaside town.

6

Fair

Welcome to the Punch review

A brave stab at a fully-British action film, Welcome to the Punch is an ambitious step forward from writer/director Creevy’s first feature, 2008’s Shifty.

5

Average

Public Enemies review (DVD)

Eddie Mottram (Mays) has just been released from prison on licence after serving 10 years for strangling his teenage girlfriend.