Shiny Shelf
By Jim Smith on 18 June 2010 1 COMMENT

Sherlock Holmes’ fame and appeal began because of, and fundamentally remains sustained by, the popularity and readability of the stories written by his creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

By Lance Parkin on 11 October 2004 Comments Off

I have a theory about good movies, which has two propositions, which run: 1) you can never have enough robots in a movie…

By Stephen Lavington on 09 October 2004 Comments Off

It’s easy to understand the origins of this film in a five-minute showreel dreamed up by wrtier director Kerry Conran of giant robots menacing Manhattan. It’s a classic pulp sci-fi concept…