Dan Seddon

‘Sexy Beast’ turns 20: “It’s probably the reason that I was in Indiana Jones”

Ray Winstone, Amanda Redman and Ian McShane speak to NME about their suntanned gangster cult masterpiece

‘The Third Day’ review: Jude Law’s inventive mystery drama from the team behind ‘Utopia’

Dennis Kelly, who created the Channel 4 cult classic, reunites with director Marc Munden and composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer

‘Lovecraft Country’ review: resplendent fantasy horror gets tangled up in its own weirdness

After a mind-blowing debut episode, Misha Green's monster-tastic drama grows sillier and less focused

‘Penny Dreadful: City Of Angels’ review: LA-set spin-off swaps creepy Victorian horror for muddled Mexican folklore

Creator John Logan has upset fans by ditching the classic monsters of his original series

‘Perry Mason’ review: HBO’s Depression-noir reboot opts for style over substance

1920s LA is beautifully realised in this period detective drama, but eight episodes in and the case goes very cold indeed

‘Little Fires Everywhere’ review: sparks fly when white-collar suburbia detects intruders

Reese Witherspoon's all-American mum has her life upturned by some unexpected visitors

‘I Know This Much Is True’ review: Mark Ruffalo sets a high bar for tragedy in HBO’s relentlessly grim new drama

The MCU stalwart plays identical twins in a heartbreaking tale of family trauma

‘Justice League Dark’ could be TV’s greatest superhero adventure – but don’t get your hopes up

J.J. Abrams might be the supernatural comic book show's Achilles' heel

‘Tiger King’: Joe Exotic’s most bizarre homemade music videos

Unsurprisingly, his career as a country musician failed to take off

‘Devs’ review: Alex Garland’s Kubrickian thriller is a mind-boggling look at the dark side of tech

The man behind visceral sci-fi dramas 'Ex Machina' and 'Annihilation' returns