Crowhurst is the story of Donald Crowhurst, whose attempt to sail around the world in 1968 ended in disaster, guilt and deceit.
Tom Mimnagh chats with Crowhurst director Simon Rumley
Louise Bolotin looks at what's coming up on the box – including Mama's Angel, Disenchantment, Bollywood: the World’s Biggest Film Industry and Jamie Cooks Italy
Join the guys for a chat about the giant shark blockbuster The Meg, plus reviews of new home entertainment releases Peter Rabbit, Ready Player One and Blockers
Wading through a sea of tired tropes and predictable plotting, offset only by the general quality of its cast, The Darkest Minds adds itself to the ever-increasing pile of incorrigibly generic young adult flotsam
Welcome to Slammer Jabber, this week looking at Raw, Smackdown, All in and more.
As someone who is only vaguely familiar with the source material – Beatrix Potter's The Tale Of Peter Rabbit and The Tale Of Benjamin Bunny – I would assume that this...
An adaptation of a decidedly sub-par novel is a decidedly pleasant surprise, as a master's touch elevates this VR adventure to unexpected and genuinely enjoyable heights
The Tom Hanks we see in Bachelor Party is far from the Hanks we know today
Louise Bolotin looks at what's coming up on the box – including Angela Carter: of Wolves and Women, Taxi Tales, Hang Ups, and Jupiter Revealed