Daniel Kokotajlo who both wrote and directed this film, has made a fine debut in both fields. Written with first-hand knowledge as he was once a member, this is a view of life inside the cult we have all encountered one way or another, the group known to us as Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Starring Robert Carlyle (Trainspotting, The Legend of Barney Thomson) as Prime Minister Robert Sutherland and Victoria Hamilton (The Crown, Deep State) as his Chief of Staff Anna Marshall, COBRA, is a new Sky original production set in the heart of government during a major crisis.
Brendan Rodgers is set to make a return to the South of theborder, following a dominant reign in charge of Celtic. The former Liverpool boss has jumped at the chance to replace Claude Puel as Leicester manager, but is this a sign of just how far behind Scottish football is in the pecking order?
Brand new UKTV Drama starting Thu 21st Feb on W. Robyn is a flack: a PR, who promotes, publicises and protects her clients. It’s her job to fix other people’s lives, despite the fact she is incapable of fixing her own.
Jason Bateman, who you may remember for his role of savviest and cleverer sibling, Michael Bluth, in the comedy series Arrested Development, plays Marty Byrde an even more conscientious and smart father of two and Chicago- based financial advisor, who made the huge mistake of signing a lifetime contract with one of the most dangerous Mexican cartels.
Joe Goldberg is a New York bookstore manager who falls in love with a customer and aspiring-writer named Guinevere "Beck" (Elizabeth Lail) and quickly becomes obsessed with her. A typical boy-meets-girl story with a horror twist, right? Not quite.
This post-apocalyptic thriller centres around one family. Reptilian blind monsters hunt all living creatures using echolocation. As a result, the film is mainly silent communication is in sign language.