From the New World is a fascinating fantasy anime series based on the Kishi Yusuke novel
Transcendence is an unoriginal sci-fi thriller with lots of eye candy, but ultimately it’s dull and predictable.
Groundbreaking cyberpunk anime trilogy Mardock Scramble comes to a fantastic conclusion in The Third Exhaust
Stereotypes and a derivative story make Ride Along a bore
The Railway Man is a true account of one man’s battle with his war past. It’s too long and not very well-structured.
Ripper Street avoids the sophomore slump for an addictive series of episodes. This is one of the best crime drams on television going right now.
This updated production of Boris Godunov fails to convey the power and majesty that this work requires.
Underappreciated historical adventure starring Charlton Heston gets a chance for reconsideration in a new Blu-ray edition from Eureka
The Familiar of Zero offers a familiar combination of fantasy and comedy
Cold War paranoia and humanism help propel a better second season for British mystery drama The Bletchley Circle