Point Blank

Geoff puts in a mini-review of John Boorman's 1967 classic on import Blu-ray

Possession (Deluxe Limited Edition)

Mondo Vision pull out all the stops for Zulawski's tale of breakups and Octopus sex....

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Lauren reviews one of the most eagerly awaited films of the year which opens in the UK on 17th July.

Obvious Child

Jenny Slate makes you laugh and warms your heart in this comedy that's full of life and opens in the UK next month.

The Driver

Mike takes a look at the new Studiocanal Region B Blu-Ray of Walter Hill's crime classic.

Thunderbolt and Lightfoot

John Rowall looks at the Second Sight release of a 70s cult favourite.

Nathan Drake: Hero or Mass-Murderer?

Nathan Drake may pretend to be a good guy, but the psychologists might disagree. Treasure hunting charmer or homicidal psychopath? It's time to study ...

In Retrospect: The Longest Journey

Let's take the longest journey back to the start

Nintendo Post-E3 Funtimes

Hands on with Nintendo's latest.

One Piece: Unlimited World Red

You can't get much more Japanese than this

Ultra Street Fighter IV

FADC still works

Con-tastic!

Guests galore descend on London and Manchester for this summer's Comic Cons!

Review: Death Sentence

There's sex, superpowers and only six months to live in one of the most fun comics you'll read this year!

Matt's Mouthpiece: #keepmespoilerfree

#keepmespoilerfree - Who would ruin the next series? Well, many it would seem...

Beer:Geek #5 Bermondsey Beer Mile

There's more than trolls under the bridges in London.

Why Android TV could be the future of console gaming

Could Android be the future of gaming?

Preview: 2000 AD #1887

Tharg's back with an explosive final episode of the latest Indigo Prime!

The new Kid on the comics block

Meet the latest kid on the block - Moose Kid Comics!

Preview: 2000 AD #1886 & Judge Dredd Megazine 349

Double thrill power - and a Zarjaz graphic novel sale all from 2000 AD this week!

Cornbury Music Festival - Sunday - The Great Tew Park, Oxfordshire

Lorne Thomson's final gallery from Cornbury, featuring Tomoyasu Hotei, Sam Bailey, Luke Friend and The Shires.

Latitude Festival: Day by day preview

Staying out for the summer. We look at Latitude's three days of music.

Cornbury Music Festival - Saturday - The Great Tew Park, Oxfordshire

Simple Minds, Nina Nesbitt, Georgie Fame and Kacey Musgraves all make an appearance in Lorne Thomson's second gallery from Cornbury.

Penny Dreadful 1.07 & 1.08

The first season of Penny Dreadful is over. Did the final two episodes leave us basking in the light of televisual prowess? Or disavowed from the demi...

Why Cold, Dark Autumn Nights Are Perfect For Doctor Who Series Eight

Shorter days and dark stormy autumn evenings....here's why Doctor Who series eight's new schedule is perfect for the show.

Once Upon A Time casts leads in Frozen follow-up

Queen Elsa, Princess Anna and Kristoff now have flesh-and-blood counterparts.

The Auction House

The Auction House maybe a short series, but it's a fascinating glimpse into an eccentric world of antiques and questionable taste

Doctor Who Series 8 Teaser

Doctor Who returns to our screens on 23rd August with 'Deep Breath'.

Fancy a couple of new Doctor Who press shots?

Now just weeks away from broadcast...

Penny Dreadful 1.05 & 1.06

It’s a bumper edition of the Penny Dreadful reviews this week, as both episodes five, Closer than Sisters and six, What Death Can Join Together, prove...