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PC Review: Multiwinia – Survival of the Flattest

Introversion Software's multiplayer-only sequel to Darwinia delivers the missing half of their deceptively cutesy geometric RTS. Read More »

Movie Review: Red

Cult horror director Lucky McKee adapts Jack Ketchum's down-to-earth thriller about an old man and his murdered dog. Read More »

Book Review: In The Woods by Tana French

To dismiss In The Woods for its genre is to the miss the point. Tana French's haunting debut astonishes. Read More »

Book Review: The Mayor’s Tongue by Nathaniel Rich

A 'New York Trilogy' for our time, Nathaniel Rich's debut novel is a richly textured tour of stories and storytellers. Read More »

Internet TV Review: Sanctuary

Can sci-fantasy series Sanctuary navigate the no-man's-land of network television to thrive where others have failed? Read More »

Movie Review: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

There are spoilers ahoy as Niall Rough offers a British perspective on The Close Encounters of Henry Jones, Jr. Read More »

DVD Review: Colossus – The Forbin Project (UK Release)

At long last, this little-known but much loved cult classic sees a release that does its considerable charms justice. Read More »

The (Thunder)Cat-People Cometh

It's 'The End of the World Again, Maybe' in this no-holds barred news item on last week's London invasion. Read More »

Book Review: The Stone Gods by Jeanette Winterson

Winterson takes on the stars and the stones in this passionate and beguiling environmental polemic. Read More »

Xbox 360 Review: Rainbow Six: Vegas 2

When an expansion pack costs full price in the forest, does anyone hear it sell? Read More »