Episode three reveals more of Delaney’s shadowy past, his relationship with his sister, and increases the show's tempo seamlessly.
A questionable 'Cannibal Holocaust'-esque moment is but one of the elements holding this intriguing horror-thriller back.
Yeesh, talk about a disappointment.
Yet another testament to Theron as one of our greatest actresses today.
Episode 2 increases its tempo in several interconnected ways, and is all the more absorbing for it.
Up there with the greatest third instalments of all time.
At times gut-bustingly hilarious and at time gut-wrenchingly potent, make sure you prepare your gut.
Tom Hardy shines in a moody, enticing, slow-paced opener.
An emotionally charged, well made thriller delivered in one long shot.
J.A. Bayona has crafted a touching fantasy, a therapeutic fable that demonstrates the power of stories.
A near magnificent war picture that will transport you to a period that you won’t, nor should you ever, forget.