It's the Christmas episode for 1963, so writer Brian Clemens sends Steed and Gale off on an adventure that's a mix of Agatha Christie and good old British pantomime
Looking at first like a prickly relationship drama about married couples having a fractious weekend, John G Young's film reveals itself as a crypto-gay love story, Sadly.
Greg Hall's debut is a great film about being a young streetwise Londoner. Mike Leigh loved it. And once you've seen it, you'll probably know why
Kevin Costner and Ashton Kutcher star in this drama about the training of a US Coast Guard rookie by a bitter pro. You can probably work out who plays what
Ashley Walters stars in this Romeo and Juliet story of a DJ falling for a member of a rival crew. It's all very South London, blingy, sweary and street. Not bad
The rehab drama about Renee Yohe, a young self-harming drug user and the foundation founded to honour her journey. An uplift injection
Some reviewers have called Thomas Clay's film "emotional rape". To which I say, get over yourselves, this is a gruesome examination of child-rearing gone very very wrong
Spectacularly good, the highs and lows of teenagers in love, as demonstrated by Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley – acting like they mean it – and director James Ponsoldt. Well done, all.
Sofia Coppola's biopic about the doomed Marie Antoinette stars Kirsten Dunst and Jason Schwartzman and is a languid, fairly drama free study of suffocating protocol
A cosy British comedy about the impending barmitzvah of a London Jewish kid, which just happens to fall on the same day as 1966's football World Cup Final