Maya Hawke – ‘Moss’ review: a stylish return to heady school days

Amidst a starring role in 'Stranger Things' and Hollywood flicks, Hawke has blossomed into an increasingly excellent songwriter

‘Return To Monkey Island’ review: a monumental masterclass in metatextual mischief

Terrible Toybox shuns three-headed monkeys in this rare adventure in creative reckoning

‘Andor’ review: grown-up noir thriller makes for the best Star Wars show yet

Brothels, brutal violence and a protagonist who kills in cold blood

Alex G – ‘God Save The Animals’ review: nine albums in and at his shapeshifting best

The cult star's latest further confirms his place as one of his generation's most consistently brilliant songwriters

NCT 127 – ‘질주 (2 Baddies)’ review: genre experimentalists continue their chaotic streak

The SM Entertainment boyband offer more unpredictable sonic collisions but also tap into slow-burning, sexy R&B on their fourth Korean album

‘Johnny vs Amber: The U.S. Trial’ review: trash TV that will go down a treat

No amount of content can seemingly sate the public's appetite for this story

‘Do Revenge’ review: A-grade high school comedy for ‘Clueless’ stans

Camila Mendes and Maya Hawke play scheming teens in the vein of Cher Horowitz

‘Narco-Saints’ review: strong performances can’t save this predictable crime drama

Netflix’s new Korean thriller about a drug lord masquerading as a pastor doesn’t deliver the intensity it promises