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Ones to watch: Science fiction’s signature moves

Donnie Darko, Signs and Terminator are classics of the genre

Rewind: ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’ is still relevant 15 years...

Esther Borsi reflects on the romantic comedy classic on its anniversary

‘Kingsman’: The sequel’s disservice

Cinema's latest spy flick fails to charm Charles Britton

‘It’ review – the most purely entertaining horror movie of the...

Jonnie Barrow reviews the latest silver screen horror sensation

A Thinly Veiled Story of A Damsel in Distress

Francesca Salisbury is surprised and frustrated to find To the Bone filled with unhelpful gender stereotypes

Three Strikes and you’re onto a very enjoyable TV show

Susannah Goldsbrough enjoys the latest Rowling screen adaptation of Strike: The Cuckoo's Calling

The everyday art of living

Ramani Chandramohan is enthralled by the creativity behind Japan’s cities and homes, explored in the BBC documentary, The Art of Japanese Life

The Handmaid’s Tale: unnervingly familiar and uncomfortably relevant

Beccy Swanson is impressed by the cruel visuals setting Channel 4’s The Handmaid’s Tale apart from Atwood’s original novel, but warns against binge-watching

Simian Success, or Weird Monkey Movie?

Jonnie Barrow argues the latest Planet of the Apes installment is the crowning glory of the franchise

Guys, I’ve got a text! – Love Island comes to a...

Alice Robinson breaks down the latest season of Love Island and questions the reputation of trash TV.
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