Reviews

‘Serious Sam 4’ review: dumb fun that gets old quick

The classic shooter series returns with a whimper rather than a bang

‘Mafia: Definitive Edition’ review: a gorgeous remake bogged down by dated gameplay

Hangar 13 brings the city of Lost Heaven to life, but can’t quite do the same with the game’s old-school mechanics

Thurston Moore – ‘By The Fire’ review: love and healing from the Sonic Youth man

Thurston Moore has always been a man firmly occupied with the present. The seventh 'solo' album from the Sonic Youth founder is not only...

Fleet Foxes – ‘Shore’ review: a reinvigorating return to form for the rousing folk stars

Robin Pecknold leads the Seattle band in a balmy and bright look at life in the face of death

‘Utopia’ review: American remake of cult sci-fi drama is far from perfect

John Cusack stars in this big-budget reimagining of Channel 4's comic book mystery

Bad Boy Chiller Crew – ‘Full Wack No Brakes’ review: nostalgic bassline bangers balance humour and unexpected honesty  

The Bradford boyos’ mixtape is a 100mph joyride swerving between witty bars and reflections on a lifestyle viral success helped them escape

Public Enemy – ‘What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down?’ review: the rap icons’ finest, most fearless effort in decades

On their return to Def Jam records, the iconic group lend the rage and wisdom to pandemic-stricken America

Sufjan Stevens – ‘The Ascension’: a sprawling and powerful dissection of modern humanity

Stevens' first solo album since his deeply personal 2015 LP 'Carrie & Lowell' may be uneasy in its outlook, but its pop-leaning soundscape will draw in even the most uncomfortable of listeners

‘Enola Holmes’ review: Sherlock’s cooler, smarter kid sister is on the case

Millie Bobby Brown gives the British super-sleuth a much-needed makeover
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