These kinds of regeneration episodes are tricky. Ultimately, the audience is here for the last three minutes, so I appreciate that showrunner Chris Chibnall absolutely swung for the fences in a story that maybe threatened to collapse under its own weight, but was an enjoyable journey throughout.
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The V/H/S franchise combines two mainstays of the horror genre: found footage and the anthology format. The hook here is that every grainy segment is written and directed by different people – often the biggest names in horror.
And it’s a wild ride, with each film offering a mix of scares and gore.
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For this Tolkien fan, there is a lot to like and a lot to dislike in Amazon’s lavish adaptation of the Appendices of The Lord of the Rings.
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In a similar vein to how ‘The Killing Joke’ redefined The Joker, this new series of one-shots aims to do that for other members of Batman’s rogues gallery. First up is The Riddler, from Tom King and Mitch Gerads.
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Brian and Charles is a feature length adaptation of the 2017 short fil of the same name. Starring and written by David Earl and Chris Hayward and directed by Jim Archer, the film is a bittersweet and often hilarious look at lonliness and letting go.
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After the success of his 1984 film Vigil, director Vincent Ward followed it up in 1988 with The Navigator: A Medieval Odyssey; his underappreciated (but arguably better) science-fiction film.
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Richard Franklin’s hugely underrated thriller is a highpoint of Ozploitation cinema with a fantastic and funny central performance from Stacy Keach,
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The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent is a love letter to Nicolas Cage, made by people who see him as the peculiar but extremely talented artist that we Cagephiles have been shouting about for years.
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