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Do you care about plastic pollution?

Sky's Ocean Rescue documentary follows Turn the Tide on Plastic, a yacht manned by a crew making a splash about plastic pollution and the dangers it poses.

Review – Patrick Melrose

Benedict Cumberbatch stars as a drug-huffing playboy in New York in Sky Atlantic's latest five-part series based on the novels of Edward St. Aubyn.

Review – A Prayer Before Dawn

Based on the memoir by Billy Moore, A Prayer Before Dawn is the true story of a heroin addict incarcerated in a Thai prison, who battles his demons in the Muay Thai boxing ring to ...

Review: Netflix’s Annihilation

Alex Garland adapts Jeff VanderMeer's Southern Reach Trilogy for Netflix in this female-led, surreal and ultimately shrug-worthy sci-fi thriller.
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Gomorrah Season 3 is dirty, dangerous and beautiful

When the BBC’s much-anticipated gangster thriller McMafia hit the small screens in January, it was met with a lukewarm response. But critics missed perhaps its greatest achievement...

It’s official, Avatar is the best film to see on the big screen

Cineworld have polled 2000 movie fans to find out which films are best seen on the big screen. More than one in four picked James Cameron’s futuristic sci-fi extravaganza, Avatar, ...

A Vida é uma Luta (The Good Fight) paints a hopeful picture about the future of Rio de Janeiro’s favelas

Ben Holman illuminates the story of one young man on a mission to turn lives around in Rio's favelas by channelling their energies into boxing.  “I used to be really rowdy, but ...

Stranger Things 2: Eleven is back and bitchin’ in Netflix’s second series

After a year-long break, the long-awaited sci-fi series Stranger Things is back for a second run on Netflix, and whilst it gets off to a slow start, the Duffer Brothers manage to p...

The Silence of the Lambs is back on the big screen with BFI

Jonathan Demme's 1991 cult classic The Silence of the Lambs sees Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins back on the big screen as part of the BFI's thriller season. Photo: Everett Coll...

States of Danger and Deceit: European Political Thrillers in the 1970s, a HOME showcase

Get political with the BFI's Who Can You Trust season, featuring a range of European thrillers focussing on the dark underworld of politics and power. In the 1970s, political c...