Richard Coyle

The Collection

Set in post-WW2 Paris, The Collection centres around the Sabine fashion house and its owners, the Sabine family, as they try to restore Paris as the home of world fashion

Outpost II: Black Sun review (DVD)

Nazis are just about the perfect movie villain, aren't they? There is no way anyone can feel any sympathy for them, not after they commited possibly the worst attrocities that...

Outpost II: Black Sun review

Nazis are just about the perfect movie villain, aren't they? There is no way anyone can feel any sympathy for them, not after they commited possibly the worst attrocities that...

Grabbers review

Grabbers is a creature feature, with a bunch of rather nasty little aliens, some good scares, loads of laughs gallons of booze and a whole lot of Irish charm.

W.E. review

Two scenarios: in one we see the true life account of Wallis Simpson (Riseborough), divorced American socialite abused by her first husband and bored with her second, succumbing to the...

Going Postal review (Blu-ray)

The joys of Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels have not (to this reviewer's eyes anyway) made it to the small screen.

Prince of Persia review

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