ANDREW JOHNSTONE reviews a new series about an autistic savant surgeon. Believe it or not.
Film & Television
ANDREW JOHNSTONE chanced on Better Things by mistake and then couldn’t prevent himself from major bingeing. It comes highly recommended.
How is it that the news can black-out for 30 minutes and there are no shockwaves and no obvious consequences? PAT PILCHER has his say.
Witchdoctor’s sci-fi specialist ANDREW JOHNSTONE charts his own trip through the cosmic history of time travel on film and television.
Police sitcoms don’t really appeal to ANDREW JOHNSTONE, but when he discovered some friends were addicted to Brooklyn 99 he had to check it out.
Here’s a powerful exploration of a dissolute older man’s waning fortunes and the shock that brings him out of his apathy, writes TOBY WOLLASTON
TOBY WOOLLASTON looks to the magic of cinema to shed some light on the murky waters of gender and sexuality.
What’s Wrong With Sky’s Injunction Against ISPs And What It Could More Productively Be Spending The Money On
PAT PILCHER has a novel idea for Sky TV and all the money it will spend convincing ISPs to police the internet.
PAT PILCHER weighs in on a broiling controversy involving Sky’s demands to internet providers and their angry response.
A lifetime chain-smoker, one day ANDREW JOHNSTONE just stopped. But that just fuelled his other passions.
America is suddenly examining its deep, worrying underbelly of racism through its cinema, writes TOBY WOOLLASTON.
Detroit is a tense, gut-churning film about one night and one event in the racially-charged United States of the 1960s writes SHELLEY SWEENEY.