Bored Walk Vampire
Bored Walk Vampire
Spielberg reunites with Tom Hanks for an entertaining Cold War spy swap drama but neither can resist the urge to preach
A flat end to what should have been an adrenaline-fuelled thrill-ride.
The Dressmaker is a visual feast - contrasting a dreary rural Australian town with outrageous couture costumes - but it's let down by an inflated running time and confused tone.
Michael McElhatton and Michael Smiley both put in fine performances in this low-budget horror film about a family endangered by evil in the woods.
If the thought of a movie about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs makes you yawn, please stifle it and hot-foot it to your nearest cinema. Whether you are an Apple fan or not, this is a brilliant movie. Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet are truly magnificent.
Saoirse Ronan is outstanding in this charming love story about a young Irish immigrant who has to make an agonising choice between heart and home
John Niven's satire on the record industry during the Britpop years makes an uneven transition to the big screen
One of the great cult records of our time, Van Morrison's album Astral Weeks has been remastered with four unreleased takes of songs from the original record included as bonus tracks.
His Band and The Street Choir, first released in 1970, is a curious album, self-consciously wearing the sum of its influences, but elusive in spirit.
Davis Guggenheim's inspiring documentary on Malala Yousafzai, who was shot in the head during a Taliban raid on her school bus in Pakistan's Swat Valley in 2012 is a must-see.
Welcomed by many when first published in 2005, Easter 1916 The Irish Rebellion may well be the definitive account. It's now available in paperback in a new edition.
Thank God for Costello's acerbic sense of humour which makes the experience of reading his memoir such scurrilous pleasure as you discover the anarchic lifestyle of an Attraction at large in Tokyo and the USA.
After fifty years spent travelling the world and writing about it, often brilliantly, Paul Theroux decided to drive through the Southern states of the USA and ask a few questions.The results are absorbing.
Ritter shakes himself out of a love funk on this triumphant rock-out of a return
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