Cinema is enjoying a modern horror renaissance, but has anything lived up to the terror of early children’s safety films?
The highly addictive drama about a handsome serial killer has won legions of fans, but they're not watching for the plot.
By Annie Berke
Rian Johnson's "howcatchem" villain-of-the-week series sees Natasha Lyonne take on the mantel of an unconventional gumshoe with delightful results.
A new production at the Almeida Theatre looks to complement – rather that compete with – Marlon Brando's iconic performance in Elia Kazan's film.
The late French New Wave icon was affectionately sent up on the cult 1990s late-night show.
Sophie Monks Kaufman reflects on the cinematic elements and pomp and circumstance surrounding the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
By Zoheir Beig
As Amazon's latest Premier League doc airs, how much do these prestige football docs really tell us about the beautiful game?
Apple TV+’s intriguing workplace drama sets a new, sinister precedent for office culture.
By Leila Latif
The latest ripped-from-the-headlines drama is glossy but potentially as toxic as its girlboss villain.
Netflix’s self-parodying psychological thriller doesn’t seem to know what kind of show it wants to be.
Margaret Qualley gives a stunning performance in this 10-part drama about a young mum who escapes an abusive relationship.
By Leila Latif
Mike Flanagan’s latest Netflix outing, set in a small island community, is his most ambitious and personal work to date.
Nicole Kidman heads up an irresistible ensemble cast in this insightful social satire from the creator of Big Little Lies.
Sterlin Harjo and Taika Waititi’s coming-of-age series is a playful and often poignant indigenous caper.
Twenty years on, Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant’s landmark show reminds us that a good idea is a good idea forever.
By Rogan Graham
Barry Jenkins’ adaptation of Colson Whitehead’s Pulitzer Prize-winner is a nuanced small-screen masterwork.
LeSean Thomas’ six-part animated series is an electrifying vision of a long-ignored legend.