Paddy Considine

8

Great

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

The World's End review

The third and final part of Wright and Pegg’s Blood & Ice-cream trilogy, The World’s End has a tough act following the rom/zom/com Shaun of the Dead and buddy-comedy/action/cop/folk-horror mash-up...

8

Great

Tyrannosaur review (Blu-ray)

Plaudits to writer-director Considine – the gifted actor has crafted a searing drama that cuts through to the bone. It leaves you beaten but beguiled and the acting is sublime.

8

Great

Tyrannosaur review

Plaudits to writer-director Considine – the gifted actor has crafted a searing drama that cuts through to the bone. It leaves you beaten but beguiled and the acting is sublime.

7

Good

Blitz review (DVD)

OK, so we all know what to expect from a Jason Statham vehicle. Basic action scenes with kinetic fighting skills, a rudimentary script, a total lack of directorial finesse, and...

8

Great

Submarine review (Blu-ray)

Sometimes when you watch a film, you know very early on what kind of a film you're watching.

7

Good

Blitz review

OK, so we all know what to expect from a Jason Statham vehicle. Basic action scenes with kinetic fighting skills, a rudimentary script, a total lack of directorial finesse, and...

8

Great

Submarine review

Sometimes when you watch a film, you know very early on what kind of a film you're watching.

8

Great

The Red Riding Trilogy (DVD)

Fans of David Peace’s Red Riding series of novels might wonder why the televisual treatment of the author’s work has turned the quartet of books into a trilogy.