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Yellowjackets S2 review: these women might do anything

It’s exciting enough that a TV show tells its own unique story these days, but this is particularly rich, complex…


Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves – the franchise quest begins

Set up a new franchise, give devotees of the game the epic they wanted, and cultivate a brand-new fandom? It's…


The Mandalorian is perfectly ordinary and that's perfectly fine

The new season opens with much of the material we’ve seen in trailers, so there’s still plenty of surprises to…


The Last of Us review: shuffling towards potential

The latest in ambitious video-game adaptations has its work cut out in making a mysterious, world-wide disease seem fresh and…


Avatar: The Way of Water review – thrilling action in Cameron's unbeatable style

Cameron constantly ups the ante visually, with stunningly designed creatures and a vividly realised alien world.


Black Panther: Wakanda Forever review – a triumphant epic of loss

The sequel to 2018's Black Panther leaves heavily into the emotions following the loss of its predecessor's star, Chadwick Boseman.


The Peripheral, Amazon Prime review: a sci-fi bursting with ideas

This stunning adaptation of William Gibson's 2014 sci-fi novel will leave you wondering: what took them so long?


Andor, Disney+ review: believe the hype, it's amazing

The prequel to 2016's Rogue One: A Star Wars Story offers nuanced, scathing allegories and masterful production design.


Paper Girls on Amazon Prime: a 1980s sci-fi with lots of heart

It’s the morning after Halloween 1988 ... So begins this intriguing and exciting story that blends time-travel with coming-of-age.


Neptune Frost film review: a visual album that defies form

In this ambitious sci-fi musical, a group of miners form an anti-colonialist hacker collective – it's an unforgettable experience.

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