BFI London Film Festival 2018
What You Need to See at the BFI London Film Festival 2018
From Chloë Sevigny’s take on the Lizzie Borden axe murders to Mike Leigh's 'Peterloo', here are six picks you shouldn't miss.
Hannah Ewens and Lauren O'Neill
Exclusive: Action Bronson's Favourite Food Pairings
A special teaser from Mr. Wonderful's new book, 'F*ck, That's Delicious: An Annotated Guide to Eating Well'
Lose Yourself at Sonar Reykjavik and Banish the February Blues for Good
Even our most miserable writer is heartened at the thought of trekking to Iceland for one of Europe's most beloved festivals.
What to Watch Out for During Tonight's Clinton-Trump Mudfight
After spending months insulting each other, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will finally have their first face-to-face showdown tonight in Long Island.
Unpopular Opinion Time: ‘Infinite Warfare’ is a Better Call of Duty Multiplayer Than ‘Modern Warfare’
Playing both for the first time, in the same place, hours apart, and there's no contest: the newer game is the superior experience.
‘Nier: Automata’ Is Emphasising the ‘Action’ of the Action RPG Genre
PlatinumGames' traditional hacking and slashing feels right at home in this post-apocalyptic fantasy world.
With Dragon Link, Platinum’s ‘Scalebound’ Just Got a Whole Lot More Interesting
The forthcoming Microsoft exclusive showed a new side to its scales at Gamescom 2016. Consider my attention piqued.
The Old-School Arcade Classic ‘Battlezone’ Is Now an Awesome Virtual Reality Game
UK studio Rebellion has turned a VR progenitor into a contemporary experience that convincingly sells this new world of gaming.
‘Cuphead’ Looks Great, But It’s Going to Terrify Younger Gamers
Don't be fooled by the illusion: this isn't a casual attraction. <i>Cuphead</i> is going to shred nerves and wreck controllers, worldwide.
Dystopia and Division: Inside the Oppressive World of ‘Deus Ex: Mankind Divided’
There is little hope for the oppressed in Eidos Montreal's brave new world of augmented people pushed to the margins.
‘This Is the Police’ Is a Timely Video Game About Police Corruption
The debut from Belarusian studio Weappy is a strategy affair in which officer Jack Boyd will be getting his hands more than a little dirty.
Of All the Games Trailered at E3 2016, 'Abzû' Is the One That Really Sang to Me
<i>Abzû</i>, just look at you. You are beautiful. I want to swim around in you for as long as I can. Because you're a gorgeous game about swimming.