Peter Bradshaw

Touched by Joanna Briscoe review who or what is taking the children?

A waking nightmare in the home counties that has an elegant, cine-literate twistHammer is the new imprint from Random House, working in association with the recently revived British film company, adored and deplored for its lurid 60s horror movies. The ob

The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared review tastes of sentimentality

Based on the bestselling Swedish novel by Jonas Jonasson, this is a shaggy dog story that's neither funny nor serious Lengthily and quirkily entitled, and based on the bestselling Swedish novel by Jonas Jonasson, this picaresque European fantasy has an el

Monty Python Live (Mostly) review reunion show is one for the faithful

Comedy's greatest supergroup, in fact its only supergroup, gathered at London's O2 Arena like the Gratefully Not Dead, undertaking their staggeringly lucrative reunion show in the same cheerfully cynical spirit as their Contractual Obligation Album in 198

Trance - review

If you thought Danny Boyle could do no wrong after the Olympic ceremony, this overcooked art heist is proof that even great directors have career blips In this country, we like our National Treasures, largely late-middle-aged men in public life of a cert