Sarah is a freelance writer and editor. She loves horror movies, unusual storytelling techniques, and smoking jackets. Ask her about the Saw movies. Go on, ask.
It's finally time for Chosen, the last ever episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (on TV, at least!). Sniff.
Clearly, Megatron and co were just after the Allspark so that they could plug in their digital camera at the same time as their printer, MP3 player, mouse, keyboard, etc.
The end of the series is nigh... End of Days sees the return of a familiar face to Sunnydale, a revelation that the picture accompanying this article completely spoils
In Touched, everyone gets... well, er, touched. With varying degrees of sexiness. And then everything blows up. What else could you ask for?
Hollywood can inspire you to do lots of things... but it can also scare you silly about other things. Going on boats is the latter, thanks in no small part to these ten movies
Sarah scours the Cloverfield region 2 DVDs for hidden goodies...
Has there ever been a movie franchise in the history of cinema that's made as much money out of as little content as Saw?
The world of Buffy the Vampire Slayer continues to get darker and darker in Empty Places. Oh dear. Pillows and tissues at the ready...
The finest horror movie of 2008 and the best monster movie in ages and ages finally hits DVD. Hurrah for Cloverfield!
A new threat rolls into Sunnydale in Dirty Girls... and he's really, really disturbing, though not entirely for textual reasons
Park Chan-Wook takes a break from making films about vengeful murderers to make a whimsical romantic comedy... about, um, mental patients.
Thought you'd bought all the Harry Potter books you were ever going to buy? Think again...
Hurrah, finally some pay off for one of season 7's most interesting plot strands in Lies My Parents Told Me. Pity so many characters seem to be stuck in stupid mode...
Could Storyteller be Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 7's one redeeming episode? Maybe... or maybe not?
Here's the complete list of Sarah's recaps of Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 7
Buffy finds out more about the origin of the Slayer powers in Get It Done... and Sarah smacks herself repeatedly in the forehead for agreeing to watch this again.
Buffy and Xander go on first dates - not with one another - and Sarah's pleasantly surprised by this episode...
Some ideas are just too good to be ignored. A suitcase that looks like the TARDIS - that's genius, surely?
It's funny how much expectations shape your perception of things. Remembering The Killer In Me as a weak episode, Sarah finds herself pleasantly surprised...
Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we try to reboot a franchise for no apparent reason using lots of the same story elements the original films used