Paul Bradshaw

Robert Carlyle: “I don’t feel sympathy for Boris Johnson”

As he prepares to play a Tory PM, the famously socialist Scot looks back on his career

‘The Guilty’ review: Jake Gyllenhaal dominates tightly-wound Netflix thriller

A short and sharp crime drama set entirely in one room

‘Foundation’ review: sci-fi adaptation pales in comparison to its peers

Once the granddaddy of sci-fi stories, this take on Isaac Asimov's novels arrives too far behind a crop of new imitators to stand out

‘The Green Knight’ review: Dev Patel’s psychedelic trip into medieval art horror

Featuring arboreal horseman, headless damsels, alien titans and loads more weirdness

‘Loki’ star Sophia Di Martino: “Marvel hasn’t changed me, I had packet noodles for lunch”

Hollywood's most grounded star on her native Nottingham, cat memes and the MCU

‘Demonic’ review: monsters and mummy issues in a VR hellscape

Neill Blomkamp's digi-horror swaps real-life scares for technological frights

‘Sweet Girl’ review: nothing nice about this Jason Momoa thriller with the world’s worst plot twist

A seriously daft revenger that adds little to the Netflix back catalogue

‘What If…?’ first look review: Marvel’s ‘Sliding Doors’ moments

Alternate reality storytelling is the key to this collection of reimagined superhero romps

‘The Swarm’ review: a buzzy French horror about killer locusts

There's some smart social drama to be found in the fog of murderous grasshoppers

‘District 9’ director Neill Blomkamp: “At its height, COVID felt like science fiction”

The master of social sci-fi is back with a lockdown-shot possession horror
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