How the first 10 minutes of True Detective's opening episode beautifully sets up the show's themes for its entire season.
Why do we like King Bertie so much? It's to do with a cat he saves at the beginning of The King's Speech. No it's not a real cat. Hang on, I can explain.
Why the first 10 minutes of the Breaking Bad pilot episode contain the most important scenes in its entire five season run.
The second part of our analysis on the Black Mirror episode Fifteen Million Merits, Charlie Brooker's terrifying gaze into the blank screen of the future.
Fifteen Million Merits is the Black Mirror episode that most accurately represents Charlie Brooker’s own voice and the overall message of the series.
The films of the newly labelled 'auteur' Charlie Chaplin would start to take on a much more overtly political tone, beginning with Modern Times.
A look at Hollywood legend Charlie Chaplin, whose career saw him grow from comedian to communist filmmaker, rivalling the mighty propagandists of the Soviet Union.
The Cabin in the Woods is a merciless postmodern deconstruction of the horror genre. A two-way mirror exposing the soul of horror and its audience.
On this week's Sight Unsound: Superman is the hero we really deserve, not some fascist, borderline psychotic billionaire in a bat costume.
On this week's episode of Sight Unsound: Ted Wilkes asks "Is Batman just a right-wing fascist who watches too much Fox News?"