The world’s a wasteland in KS Merbeth’s debut novel, Bite
Stephen King’s Cell finally hits the big screen – is it worth the wait?
Home invasion goes horribly wrong in Don’t Breathe
The Purge is back for thirds in Election Year
Wayward Pines author Blake Crouch returns with Dark Matter
We attempt to decipher Andrzej Żuławski’s final film, Cosmos
NZT is back on the menu in Limitless Season 1
First contact gets a dark twist in Lament For The Fallen
History repeats itself in The Childhood Of A Leader
Colin Morgan stars in the BBC’s The Living And The Dead
The Indranan War continues in Behind The Throne
Is superhero flick Lazer Team worth your time?
Fantasy takes a twist in Jay Kristoff’s Nevernight
Paul Crilley’s Poison City is another great piece of South African fantasy
Is the James Wan-produced Lights Out the year’s best horror movie?
Is Kubo And The Two Strings Laika’s best film yet?
Is 11.22.63 the next great Stephen King adaptation?
Brandon Routh and Caity Lotz star in sci-fi thriller 400 Days
Find out what we thought of Mark de Jager’s demonic fantasy, Infernal
The villains continue their rise to future infamy in Gotham Season 2
There’s nowhere to run in Chad Ferrin’s gripping, angry Parasites
Discover the true story behind Georges Méliès’ lost film La Rage Du Demon
Hell is a place on Earth in the deeply grubby and powerful We Are The Flesh
Can the Suicide Squad movie live up to its promise?
Find out what we thought of Disney’s Pete’s Dragon update
The Joker’s darkest storyline hits the small screen in The Killing Joke
Check out our verdict of Season 1 of Supergirl
A UFO conspiracy theorist finds a way to get the truth out there in Man Underground
Japanese ghost story The Inerasable is a rare treat for horror fans
Pregnancy horror Shelley is an atmospheric and slyly clever Danish chiller