Paul Martinovic

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Side By Side review

Paul Martinovic Review
Jan 10, 2013

Side By Side documents the irresistible rise of digital technology in the movies. Here's Paul's review of an important, engrossing film...

Quartet review

Paul Martinovic Review
Jan 2, 2013

Dustin Hoffman turns to directing for the national-treasure laden comedy drama, Quartet. Here's Paul's review...

Bryan Cranston interview: Breaking Bad, Vince Gilligan, Walter White and modern TV drama

Paul Martinovic Interview
Oct 17, 2012

With the first half of Breaking Bad's peerless fifth season coming to Netflix, Paul sat down with Bryan Cranston to talk Walter White...

Cinema’s creepiest towns

Paul Martinovic Feature
Oct 16, 2012

Don’t let the white picket fences and neat lawns fool you – the movie towns on this list are not for the faint hearted…

Celebrating original videogame properties

Paul Martinovic Feature
Sep 28, 2012

In an autumn schedule full of sequels, Paul explains why original game IPs are important, and why we should check out Dishonored…

Killing Them Softly review

Paul Martinovic Review
Sep 21, 2012

Director Andrew Dominik teams up with Brad Pitt again for the noir thriller, Killing Them Softly…

Breaking Bad season 5 episode 8 review: Gliding Over All

Paul Martinovic Review
Sep 4, 2012

Paul bids a reluctant goodbye to Breaking Bad, which offers up this series' best episode yet as its mid-season finale...

Breaking Bad season 5 episode 7 review: Say My Name

Paul Martinovic Review
Aug 28, 2012

The penultimate episode of this Breaking Bad half-season is a showcase for two magnificent performances. Here's Paul's review...

Breaking Bad season 5 episode 6 review: Buyout

Paul Martinovic Review
Aug 21, 2012

This week's Breaking Bad offers a chance for Walt to walk away from it all, but will he take it? Here's Paul's review of Buyout...

Breaking Bad season 5 episode 5 review: Dead Freight

Paul Martinovic Review
Aug 14, 2012

Breaking Bad delivers another superb episode with the elegantly directed, ever-surprising Dead Freight. Here's Paul's review...

Breaking Bad season 5 episode 4 review: Fifty-One

Paul Martinovic Review
Aug 7, 2012

It's Walt's birthday once again in Breaking Bad, proving that a year is a long time in TV. Read Paul's review here...

Breaking Bad season 5 episode 3 review: Hazard Pay

Paul Martinovic Review
Jul 31, 2012

Hazard Pay continues what's already looking like another stellar season from Breaking Bad. Read Paul's review here...

Breaking Bad season 5 episode 2: Madrigal

Paul Martinovic Review
Jul 24, 2012

Breaking Bad continues the winning streak established in last week's season five opener. Here's Paul's review...

Breaking Bad season 5 episode 1 review: Live Free Or Die

Paul Martinovic Review
Jul 17, 2012

Breaking Bad finally returns. Paul finds out if Live Free Or Die can keep the standard up...

Looking back at David Lynch’s Blue Velvet

Paul Martinovic Feature
Jul 2, 2012

Recently reissued on Blu-ray, David Lynch’s Blue Velvet remains one of the most influential American films of the 80s. Paul takes a look back...

Looking back at Shaun Of The Dead

Paul Martinovic Feature
May 29, 2012

With A Fantastic Fear Of Everything incoming, we salute arguably Simon Pegg's best film, as he joined forces with Edgar Wright and Nick Frost for Shaun Of The Dead...

Looking back at Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Paul Martinovic Feature
May 28, 2012

Paul salutes an old favourite and asks why Monty Python and the Holy Grail is often regarded as The Life of Brian's poor relation

What does The Hobbit’s 48fps tech mean for cinema?

Paul Martinovic News
May 2, 2012

Peter Jackson’s use of 48 frames-per-second tech in The Hobbit has already sparked controversy. Here, Paul takes a look at what it means for cinema...

The top 10 ballsiest South Park episodes

Paul Martinovic Top 10
Apr 25, 2012

Join us in a look at the 10 most offensive episodes in South Park's 15-year history. Is a warning even necessary?

Celebrating 15 years of South Park

Paul Martinovic News
Apr 24, 2012

Paul celebrates fifteen years of South Park (yes, you are that old), and looks at why it's worked so well, and for so long...

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