Doctor Who was once a must-see experience despite tinfoil budgets but the latest season is lame, writes PAT PILCHER.
Film & Television
When sci-fi is done right, writes PAT PILCHER, it’s a wonderful genre. The Expanse does it right in spades, making it a rarity in an industry that treats sci-fi fans with contempt.
TOBY WOOLLASTON finds that Bombshell packs plenty of gun powder but doesn’t quite go off with a bang.
PAT PILCHER tried so hard to like Ad Astra but decided cat videos on YouTube were more interesting than watching a disengaged Brad Pitt
I’ve not watched many movies this year. But those I did see have been, well, friggin’ disappointing. Crappy. Or ‘okay,’ but mediocre; forgettable (Marvel stuff). But check out this Frozen 2 review. I saw this movie a day ago. In 3D. On a massive IMAX screen. And I can sum […]
Witchdoctor’s two sci-fi collosi CHARLES JAMESON and PAT PILCHER are both appalled and saddened by the latest entry in the Terminator franchise.
Ken Loach’s latest paints a grim but compelling picture of contemporary England, writes REBEKAH DAVIES.
It features British acting royalty, but The Good Liar is simply a con trick flick with an ending that doesn’t stick, writes TOBY WOOLLASTON.