Marcus Sedgwick’s The Ghosts Of Heaven is a hugely ambitious, multi-layered piece of work
Australian horror The Babadook is moving, beautifully made and as terrifying as you’ve heard
Sharlto Copley impresses in this much-delayed, grim but occasionally effective thriller
Benson and Moorhead’s horror love story Spring is ambitious, sweet and decidedly unusual
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Stephen King meets Roman Polanski in the messy but entertaining Shrew’s Nest at LFF
Book One in Tom Fletcher’s The Factory Trilogy is like Scarface meets Lewis Carroll
Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla is all about the big guy and will have you grinning like a loon
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Both Abrams’ era Star Trek movies are collected on this US-only special edition Blu-ray release
The first book in Scott K Andrews’ Timebomb trilogy is a fast-paced, time-hopping thriller
Kameron Hurley’s The Mirror Empire is a challenging and remarkable novel
Who would have thought, 12 episodes ago, thatÂ The 100 would produce a riveting thriller of a series finale
Aubrey Plaza steals the show as Dane DeHaan’s zombie girlfriend in Life After Beth
Does Penny Dreadful ‘s mix of high camp and grim horror eventually work out?
Robert Jackson Bennett’s City Of Stairs is addictive, sharp and has your new favourite giant
Michele Soavi’s Stagefright is a surreal slasher/giallo crossover making its Blu-ray debut
â€śWe Are Grounders: Part 1â€ť is perhaps the loudest and maddest episode of The 100 yet
Rose Leslie and Harry Treadaway star in Leigh Janiak’s relationship horror Honeymoon
Does Jo Walton’s My Real Children live up to its fascinating concept?
Dean Koontz’s The City is well-written but there are too many ideas packed in
Daryl Gregory’s Afterparty is a brilliant, sharp and profound road trip revelation
E4′s The 100 finally grows up with Season 1 Episode 10, ‘I Am Become Death’
Teen Wolf’s Dylan Oâ€™Brien stars in the boys own YA adaptation The Maze Runner
Carrie Patel’s The Buried Life is a gripping urban fantasy murder mystery
The BBC’s 1975 children’s series The Changes comes to DVD courtesy of the BFI
Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal Season 2 is more of the same, but there’s so much more of it
Dan Stevens is brilliant in Adam Wingard’s thrilling 80s throwback The Guest
Brenton Thwaites, Jeff Bridges and Meryl Streep star in YA adaptation The Giver
Can Luc Besson and Scarlett Johansson’s sci-fi action team-up deliver the goods?
B-movie documentary Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story Of Cannon Films is as wild as its title