Aug 31, 2022
Recently debuting on Netflix, a new South Korean zombie thriller from Jung Byung-gil - but when does a lot of action become too much action, and how realistic does that action need to be?
Aug 29, 2022
Matt and Simon discuss the Disney+ series about Industrial Light and Magic, the special effects company formed by George Lucas in order to make the Star Wars films
Aug 26, 2022
Comparing and contrasting two original Sherlock Holmes films of the 1970s, Billy Wilder's The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes and The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, based on the novel by Nicholas Meyer
Aug 24, 2022
Nigel Kneale looks ahead to the future of television from the vantage point of 1968, predicting text speak and Love Island among other things. But is The Year of the Sex Olympics as dated as Ekin-Su, or standing test of time like laughing out loud, you only live once?
Aug 22, 2022
Our review of the latest from Roland Emmerich, a sci-fi rescue mission-cum-disaster movie about the moon falling from the sky, that's called Moonfall