Gemma Arterton

8

Great

The Girl with All the Gifts review

In a strong year for smart, unpatronising horror, veteran TV director Colm McCarthy made his second feature (his first being 2010’s distinctive Outcast) with screenwriter Mike Carey adapting his own novel.

7

Good

Inside No 9: Series 1 review (DVD)

OK, let’s be honest, you’re either going to "get" Pemberton and Shearsmith’s humour or you’re not.

4

Poor

Runner Runner review

The Faust legend gets another go-round with this lame thriller. Timberlake plays Richie Furst, the college student cheated out of his savings by an internet operation headed up by millionaire...

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.

7

Good

Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters review (Blu-ray)

What we have here is a rather neat concept that's let down by pretty average execution. Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters is a classic "what if" tale.

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

Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters review

What we have here is a rather neat concept that's let down by pretty average execution. Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters is a classic "what if" tale.

8

Great

Tamara Drewe review (Blu-ray)

Once a country girl, Tamara Drewe (Arterton) went to London to make her fortune and got a nose job and a newspaper column.

6

Fair

Prince of Persia review (Blu-ray)

The words “video game adaptation” are enough to strike fear into the hearts of most moviegoers, and for good reason: they’re all shit.

4

Poor

The Disappearance of Alice Creed review (DVD)

What it must be to be rich. The things you could buy, the places you could go, the kidnappers you could attract...