So American Gods aired its first episode in the UK on Amazon prime on Monday. Do we care? Should we? TheTramp thinks so and she’s gonna tell you why…
Philip Concannon on a new biography of Eric Rohmer that attempts to penetrate the secrets of the intensely private New Wave director.
Gareth Negus opens ‘Cult Cinema: An Arrow Video Companion’ and finds a mix of bullseyes and misses.
Gareth Negus watches the version of Pride and Prejudice where a person is sought after not for their wealth or status but for their brains.
Niall Anderson watches Lenny Abrahamson’s hotly tipped captivity drama Room
Blake Backlash watches Terence Davies’ adaptation of Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s novel and remembers reading the book in school. He compares the endings – so there are spoilers.
Philip Concannon reviews the latest (but not the last) volume of Simon Callow’s biography of Welles.
Two decades, almost to the day, since Mr Darcy stepped, dripping sexily, out of the lake, theTramp looks back.
The fourth and last of Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan novels has just been published. Helen Archer looks back at the series and reflects on its study of female friendship and Italian life
The latest in the occasional series in which Matthew Turner traces the journeys of Marvel superheroes from four-colour panel to shiny DCP.
Spoilers for Ant-Man, after the jump, obvs. Come back after you’ve seen the film.