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John Francis Daley and Jonathan M Goldstein interview: Vacation, Spider-Man

Caroline Preece Interview Aug 20, 2015

The co-writers and directors of Vacation on the film, Spider-Man, Statham and Freaks & Geeks...

Paper Towns review

Caroline Preece Review Aug 14, 2015

The film of John Green's Paper Towns fails to recreate the success of The Fault In Our Stars...

Pretty Little Liars season 6 episode 10 review: Game Over, Charles

Caroline Preece Review Aug 13, 2015

Major spoilers ahead as Pretty Little Liars finally reveals the identity of A in its season six finale...

Trainwreck review

Caroline Preece Review Aug 13, 2015

Amy Schumer headlines Judd Apatow's new movie, Trainwreck. And it certainly has its moments. Here's our review...

Diary Of A Teenage Girl review

Caroline Preece Review Aug 7, 2015

A smart, messy and welcome coming-of-age story, here's our review of Diary Of A Teenage Girl...

Pretty Little Liars season 6 episode 9 review: Last Dance

Caroline Preece Review Aug 6, 2015

The end of the game is approaching. Next week, Pretty Little Liars will finally reveal who it is behind that mask...

Pretty Little Liars season 6 episode 8 review: FrAmed

Caroline Preece Review Jul 30, 2015

With just three weeks before its big reveal, Pretty Little Liars season 6 is driving headlong towards its conclusion...

Vacation review

Caroline Preece Review Jul 28, 2015

The big screen reboot of National Lampoon's Vacation hits the mark. It's one of the funniest films of the summer...

Pretty Little Liars season 6 episode 6 & 7 review: No Stone Unturned & O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Caroline Preece Review Jul 24, 2015

As a show right on the line between heightened and silly, this week's Pretty Little Liars felt dangerously close to falling over the edge...

New US sci-fi, fantasy and horror shows for 2016

Caroline Preece Feature Jul 16, 2015

From comic-book adaptations to sci-fi, fantasy and horror. Here are the new geek-skewed shows coming to US TV in 2016...

Pretty Little Liars season 6 episode 4 & 5 review: Don't Look Now & She's No Angel

Caroline Preece Review Jul 6, 2015

After all this time, shouldn't the Pretty Little Liars girls have learned to be less quick to jump to conclusions?

Pretty Little Liars season 6 episode 3 review: Songs Of Experience

Caroline Preece Review Jun 19, 2015

Spencer is still struggling to deal with the Dollhouse aftermath in this week's Pretty Little Liars. Here's Caroline's review...

Pretty Little Liars season 6 episode 2 review: Songs Of Innocence

Caroline Preece Review Jun 11, 2015

Pretty Little Liars is becoming a completely different show, in a good way. Here's Caroline's review of the latest episode...

iZombie season 1 finale review: Blaine's World

Caroline Preece Review Jun 10, 2015

Blaine's World - Party time? Excellent? Here's Caroline's review of iZombie's season 1 finale...

Pretty Little Liars season 6 episode 1 review: Game On, Charles

Caroline Preece Review Jun 4, 2015

As Pretty Little Liars opens its penultimate season, it's clear that it's so much more than either a mystery or teen drama...

iZombie episode 12 review: Dead Rat, Live Rat, Brown Rat, White Rat

Caroline Preece Review Jun 4, 2015

As iZombie approaches the end of its first season, Liv's secret is beginning to get out...

iZombie episodes 10 & 11 review: Mr Berserk & Astroburger

Caroline Preece Review Jun 3, 2015

iZombie is finally using its formula to tell us something about Liv beneath the surface, and it really works...

Man Up review

Caroline Preece Review May 29, 2015

Simon Pegg and Lake Bell breathe fresh life into the romantic comedy, with Man Up. Here's our review...

The Flash episode 23 review: Fast Enough

Caroline Preece Review May 21, 2015

Barry Allen demonstrates the true meaning of the word superhero in The Flash's brilliantly emotional season one finale...

Superhero TV: is the age of the secret identity over?

Caroline Preece Feature May 20, 2015

With more and more superheroes coming out on the small screen, isn't it time to shake off the old rules about secret identities?