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Relic Review

The best horror and most emotionally charged film of 2020 so far

The Bookshop Review

England 1959. In a small East Anglican town Florence Green decides, against polite but ruthless local opposition, to open a bookshop.

The Party Review

A comedy of tragic proportions or should that be the other way around?

The Party Review

Sounds like fun. Doesn't it?

This Week's UK Cinema Releases

Check out the films released in the UK later this week

Doll & Em (London Film Festival 2013) Review

Dolly Wells and Emily Mortimer co-write and co-star in an amusing, semi-autobiographical Hollywood satire

The Newsroom: 2.09 - Election Night, Part Two

Will The Newsroom's season two finale cap off their best season in the best possible fashion?

The Newsroom: 2.08 - Election Night, Part One

Can the penultimate episode of The Newsroom continue the momentum from last week's Genoa smackdown?

The Newsroom: 2.07 - Red Team III

Genoa explodes - can the noble men and women of News Night contain the blast?

The Newsroom: 2.06 - One Step Too Many

How will The Newsroom cope with following up their best episode yet?

The Newsroom: 2.05 - News Night With Will McAvoy

An interlude now, as we hit the exact midpoint of season 2. So, here is the news.

The Newsroom: 2.04 - Unintended Consequences

Maggie finally goes to Africa! Will she return a changed woman?

The Newsroom: 2.03 - Willie Pete

A quiet intermission in the world's best newsroom! Can they keep getting it right where others fail?

The Newsroom: 2.01 - The First Thing We Do, Let's Kill All The Lawyers

Can Aaron Sorkin's righteous news fable burrow out some more depth in year two?

The Newsroom : Season 1 - Final Review

We report back on the first season of Aaron Sorkin's TV news fantasy on Sky Atlantic.

We Recommend: The Newsroom

Can Aaron Sorkin's new show capture that West Wing magic?