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Carrie - Limited Edition Review

Carrie White may well be burning in hell, poor love, but this box set more than makes up for it.

Chapter Two of It is on the way

The sort of news that will float your boat

It Review

A creepy carousel of carnage and childhood fears

11.22.63 - Soldier Boy

The penultimate episode, and Jake's lost his memories. Can he get them back in time to save JFK?

11.22.63 - Happy Birthday, Lee Harvey Oswald

Time and memories; James Franco's character needs both but is running short of them as we approach the climax of 11.22.63.

11.22.63 - The Truth

Truths are revealed in this tense episode, but are they the revelations that Jake is after?

11.22.63 - The Eyes of Texas

Eight months until the assassination of JFK, 11.22.63 continues apace and with increasingly satisfying performances.

11.22.63 - Other Voices, Other Rooms

A two year jump forward for James Franco. Will Lee Harvey Oswald be revealed to be a lone gunman, a CIA plant or Russian stooge?

11.22.63 - The Kill Floor

Blood and death, Time and Time again. James Franco continues to impress in the adaptation of Stephen King's time travel mystery.

11.22.63 - The Rabbit Hole

This is the time travel TV show you should be watching. James Franco and Chris Cooper in the adaptation of Stephen King's novel.

Carrie Review

A watered down remake flops with a bucket of watered down blood

Creepshow Review

Stephen King and George A Romero's fun EC comics portmanteau gets the blu-ray treatment. John dives in

Creepshow in October

Stephen King and George A. Romero's 80s horror anthology coming to UK Blu.

Knightriders in April

International Blu-ray debut for Romero's cult oddity.

First Look at Carrie Remake

Chloe, you've got red on you.